THE DIRTY DASH (Mud run and obstacle course) LAS VEGAS

The Dirty Dash is a mud run obstacle course where a military boot camp meets participant’s inner five-year-old’s fantasy and subsequently converts boy to man and then man to swine. This course is about 3.2 miles. Doozies include walls to climb over or crawl under, mud hills to climb, pipes to crawl through, pipes to crawl over and under, giant slip ‘n slides to launch down, cargo nets to maneuver, hometown obstacles specific to the stomping ground, beers to chug, root beers to chug, balance beams, mud pits to dive into and much, much more. The run benefits The Special Olympics Nevada and comes with the best run package around! You’ll get your new favorite t-shirt (one you will actually love and wear, not a new pajama shirt), a beer koozie, a tattoo and some other goodies . The first wave kicks off at 9:00AM with waves starting every 20 minutes after that. There is a kid’s race, Piglet Plunge, for children age 2 and under age 12. Registration is a measly $20 and all piglets must be accompanied by a full priced parent/guardian. The Piglet Plunge will begin at 2:00PM and is about 1 mile. It will include some of the best obstacles to ensure a thoroughly muddy child: the Slop n' Slide, the Hog Wash and the Pig Sty. All children must be respectful of other children, pushing or splashing will result in being removed from the kids' race area for the day and subject to grounding at their parents’ discretion.
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Description Fee Deadline
Get it Cheap $[masked]/31/2013
Early Bird Reg $[masked]/28/2013
Regular Registration $[masked]/25/2013
Late Registration $[masked]/23/2013
If it Ain't Sold Out $[masked]/20/2013

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  • Sandy

    Is there a meeting place we are all going to meet up at?

    November 22, 2013

  • Amber

    Was there a team name created or is everyone signing up as individuals?

    1 · November 18, 2013

  • anita

    Never been to any thing like this before.
    Would like to know, how do we view the course about 3.2 miles?
    Do we walk this amount?

    November 17, 2013

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