Tough Mudder New England Obstacle Course Mud Run @ Mt Snow

  • May 5, 2012 · 10:30 AM
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Mud runs, oh how I love them... They are incredibly challenging, fun and rewarding at the same time. Vermont's Tough Mudder is considered the toughest version of all the races because of the significant incline they throw at you during the course. Just imagine running up and down "black" ski courses multiple times... After talking to some fellow mud runners after New England, there is a clear difference because the terrain is more challenging. Just to give you an idea of what it was like, here's a recap from the official email... Tough Mudder Vermont was the largest athletic event in Vermont history. 14,000 participants took on 10 miles and over 25 obstacles, with 13,747 feet of elevation change and 7,000 feet of climbing. Click here to read a review on this race. With that being said, this gives me a clear goal to shoot for, and I'm pretty determined to get back to this fitness level...

Just remember we'll be doing this as a TEAM! This race is all about comraderie and teamwork so no one will be left behind, finishing the race is the goal. If you will be joining us, our team name is NYC HOAGies. (The team with the logo) 

Team Pics from 2010 New England Tough Mudder:

Please read all the details below so you know the level of fitness required...

Site Info:

Tough Mudder is not your average lame-ass mud run or spirit-crushing "endurance" road race. It’s Ironman meets Burning Man, and it is coming to a city near you. Our 7-12 mile obstacle courses are designed by British Special Forces to test all around strength, stamina, mental grit, and camaraderie. Forget finish times. Simply completing a Tough Mudder is a badge of honor.

Tough Mudder is about experiencing a true sense of camaraderie that, sadly, is rarely seen outside of the military these days. To get over some of our obstacles you will need the help of others – they are simply too much for one man to tackle alone. Tough Mudders, unlike some other types of endurance runners, are team players; they help out other Tough Mudders. We want everyone to compete, but being a Tough Mudder is also about making sure no man is left behind, not worrying about your finish time.

All Tough Mudder sponsorship proceeds go to the Wounded Warrior Project. Yep, your money goes to a great cause!

WARNING: A Tough Mudder is 3-4 times longer and much tougher than a typical mud run such as Warrior Dash. Only 78% of participants at our last event in New Jersey finished. Only those in reasonable physical condition should enter.


Tough Mudder Website

Tough Mudder FAQs

Is Tough Mudder a race?

Tough Mudder is not a race. It is supposed to be a personal challenge – the goal is simply to complete the course. This is why we do not time people and why we try to avoid using the word ‘race’ when describing our events. We really want all Tough Mudders to embrace this philosophy, and that is why we have them sign the Tough Mudder pledge..

Is Tough Mudder the same as other events out there like Muddy Buddy or Warrior Dash?

No. Muddy Buddy and Warrior Dash are both great events and really fun days out – but Tough Mudder is a very different proposition. Our events are three times as long, take place in hostile environments, often at altitude, and whatever the level of your fitness they are a significant physical and mental challenge. Completing a Tough Mudder requires camaraderie and a degree of toughness that other mud-runs will not even begin to test.

  • Mudder Entry
    November 6 to December 31: $125
  • Standard Entry
    January 1 to March 31: $155
  • Final Entry
    April 8 to May 5: $200


Event t-shirt, one beer, and live music at the post party.


Click here to purchase spectator tickets.


Click here for google maps


For discounted lodging at Mount Snow click here.


After you finish the course, grab a beer and hang out with your fellow mudders. There'll be a band and lots of food for sale. No, there are no showers. Yes, there will be firemen with a hose.


Participation in activities is strictly voluntary and group members assume all risks in connection with activities; per's Terms of Service Agreements, organizers and hike/trip leaders are released from any and all forms of liability related to events. 


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  • Manny

    Lots of mud, tons of hills and challenging obstacles. Had an awesome time!

    May 10, 2012

  • Glenn

    It was my pleasure. I uploaded the videos to my youtube page.
    Electric Eel -
    Funky Monkey -
    Vanessa up Everest -
    Tania almost up Everest -
    Tania up Everest -
    Electroshock -

    May 7, 2012

  • Tania

    Want to thank Glenn again for taking pics!! Thanks to him we have the pics of us participating!

    May 7, 2012

  • Tania

    You are awesome Glenn! As far as I know we are all 11am. We are staying at the

    My camera is a point and shoot also..actually I have a newer SLR but I wouldn't want to put that in anyones hands its only 2 weeks old. But my point and shoot is pretty good! Its also only 6 months old

    May 1, 2012

  • Glenn

    Tania - I'll be your pimp so bring your camera. I only have a point and shoot so your camera will get better shots. Is everyone in this group starting at the same time with Manny?

    May 1, 2012

  • Glenn

    I'll be happy to take pictures. I'll email you my cell #. I'll be getting up there Friday night and my friends start time is 9:45 on Saturday so I'll be there early. Just so you know they are charging for parking ($20 but I think it might be $10 now since a lot of people complained). I don't know where you are staying in the valley but there is a free shuttle called the Moover. Schedule can be found here:

    May 1, 2012

  • Tania

    Glenn - We would be SOOO HAPPPPPYYYY if you could take photos of us too! I will even lend you my camera if you want. Whatever you need, we are photo whores with no pimp

    1 · May 1, 2012

  • Manny

    Cool, our team start time is at 11:00 am. Whats your cell number? We still don't have anyone with us that can take photos, but would be cool to at least have some pics... lol

    May 1, 2012

  • Glenn

    I'll be there Saturday as a spectator, supporting my friend and drinking beer. Hopefully I'll see some of you and get some pictures. What is your start time?

    May 1, 2012

  • Justin

    Manny! I am signed up and def running with you guys this weekend. I can also drive everyone up if anyone's interested?

    April 30, 2012

  • Tania

    I just want to say I am soooo excited for this!

    April 27, 2012

  • Manny

    So far, I've only been in contact with Vanessa and Tania on the list for this race... If anybody that is on the "Yes" list that is actually signed up for Sat and wants to run with us, please call me directly. I won't be as fast as last year, but will try my best and will finish the damn race! lol We'll be the area in Williamstown. (Last minute booking) Sunday, I plan on relaxing and visiting some museums in the area (Mass MOCA/Clark) or moderate hikes.

    April 25, 2012

  • David K.

    If anybody needs to back out, let me know. The Saturday event is full. There is still room on Sunday, but I'd rather go with a group.

    February 9, 2012

  • Manny

    Yeah dude, not sure how you felt about having topless photos of you on the website.. lol So this one was ok... haha

    January 2, 2012

  • Albert W.

    lol I see you have a flattering picture of me up.

    January 2, 2012

  • Manny

    Yes, Im already registered. I'll email you a custom invite. Our team is under "NYC HOAGies" (The one with logo)

    November 21, 2011

  • Justin

    Manny you're already registered right? Do we need a code or something to be in your group?

    November 21, 2011

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  • Manny
    Flying Squirrel, Organizer
    Event Host
  • Justin
    "Jay-G" The Yoga Master
  • Tania
  • Vanessa
    Mud Queen
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