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Designed by British Special Forces, Beaver Creek welcomes Tough Mudder for the second year as arguably the toughest mud run out there and to be a true test of all-around strength, stamina, mental grit, and camaraderie. Truly, not everyone will complete the course, but those who do will be welcomed across the finish line with a free beer and entrance to the Dos Equis Post Party where teams can recount the challenges of the course as they enjoy live music, food and drinks.
Tough Mudder is seeking volunteers to assist with a variety of duties during the event. Volunteers will receive a complimentary spectator ticket, staff t-shirt, lunch and if requested, a complimentary entry to participate in the event here in Beaver Creek. Visit www.toughmudder.com/volunteers/ to sign up.
Tough Mudder offers discounted entry for those who pledge to raise money for the official charity partner, the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that supports injured servicemen and servicewomen. To date, Mudders have raised over $2.8 million for Wounded Warriors. These funds provide combat stress recovery programs, adaptive sports programs and benefits counseling and employment services that aid in these brave Americans’ transition to civilian life.
Shoe bins will be available to participants who wish to donate their shoes. Look for designated bins in the village area.
Registration opens at 7:00am and will be located in Beaver Creek Village on the lawn in front of McCoy's at the base of the mountain.
The Strawberry Park Medical Facility is closed for the summer. Participants requiring medical attention will be transported from the onsite medical tent to Avon Urgent Care. Minor injuries (cuts and abrasions) will receive care at a tent near the finish area. More serious injuries will be treated at a larger tent towards Buckboard pump house and transported as necessary.
Public restrooms will be available at One Beaver Creek Place, Market Square (behind the ice rink), and McCoy’s patio. Portable restrooms will be located in the Dos Equis Post Party area next to Centennial Express Lift and at the starting line. Porta potties and restrooms are available at the top of both operating lifts. Porta potties will also be set up in the lower parking lots.
During the event weekend, all lost and found items should be turned in to the Tough Mudder registration area near McCoy’s. Following the weekend, all items will be delivered to the Beaver Creek Information Center located in Beaver Creek Village. Inquiries for lost items should be directed to the Beaver Creek Information Center at (970) 754-4636 following the event weekend.
Tough Mudder encourages event participants to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project by providing a $25 refund to anyone who raises $150 or more for this organization. For non-participants, Wounded Warrior donations will be accepted in the post party area and interested guests should inquire in that area.
Shoe bins will be available to all participants who wish to donate their shoes after the race. Look for designated bins in the village area.
Spectator tickets are $25 and will be available onsite in the registration area on the lawn in front of McCoy's, and available for $20 if purchased in advance.
*Online spectator tickets are available until Friday, June 8th, at Noon. A portion of the sales goes towards supporting the Wounded Warrior Project. Children under 12 are free
Spectator tickets allow guests access to the chairlifts and entry to the Dos Equis Post Party, where there will be food, drink, live music and Mudders needing a little TLC. For those who have a spectator ticket or a current Vail Resorts 2012-2013 Season Pass, you will be able to ride the following:
*There is no charge for hiking the mountain on foot to view the event
Current Vail Resorts Epic Passes that include summer 2013 lift access, including employee and dependent passes, will allow passholders to ride the Centennial Express Chairlift and Buckaroo Express Gondola during the event. However, please note you will need to purchase a spectator pass to gain access to the Dos Equis Post Party.
2012-2013 Epic Passes expired at the end of the 2013 winter ski season. If you would like to purchase a season pass or have not renewed yours and would like to use it during Tough Mudder for lift access, please visit the Summer Adventure Center located in Beaver Creek Village.
Please visit the Summer Adventure Center located at the top of the second escalators in Beaver Creek Village. Here you will be able to pick up a Spectator Map, Beaver Creek Summer Trail Map, and also renew or purchase a Vail Resorts Epic Pass to gain access to the chairlifts during the event.
*The Summer Adventure Center will be open 9:00am to 4:30pm on both days of the event
Public restrooms will be available at One Beaver Creek Place, Market Square (behind the ice rink), and McCoy’s patio. Portable restrooms will be located in the after party area next to Centennial Express Charlift and at the starting line. Porta potties and restrooms also are available at the top of both operating lifts. Porta potties will also be in the lower parking lots.
Rodeo grounds at Traer Creek located in Avon
Elk and Bear Lots located along Highway 6 & 24 in Avon.
Shuttle service will be running every 10-20 minutes from the noted parking areas to the main Beaver Creek Village starting at 6:00am. Shuttles will continue to run as long as needed, but on a less frequent basis starting at 5:30pm.
Due to limited capacity, no public parking will be available in Ford Hall or Poste Montane garages located in Beaver Creek Village for participants or spectators of Tough Mudder.
*Participants and Spectators should arrive at least 2 hours before the scheduled start time to allow for shuttle to the venue, registration, and accress to the start line and viewing areas.
For guests staying in Beaver Creek Resort, complimentary shuttles are available throughout the resort by calling Dial-A-Ride at (970) 949-1938.
DIRECTIONS FROM I-70 WESTBOUND (Denver/Vail)
Exit 168-Wal-Mart/Post Blvd and follow the signs to the Traer Creek/Rodeo Lot.
DIRECTIONS FROM I-70 EASTBOUND (Eagle/Edwards)
Exit 167-Avon and follow the signs to either the Beaver Creek Elk and Bear lots or Traer Creek/Rodeo Lot.