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Indian Mud Run
Start: Saturday, June 22, 2013 @ 8:00 AM (EDT)
Lake Park, Coshocton 23253 State Rt. 83
Coshocton , OH 43812
Coshocton , OH 43812
Registration Closing Date
Friday, June 21, 2013 @ 8:59 PM (EDT)
The Indian Mud Run is a challenging 5K race over rough terrain, including a portion of the old Ohio Erie canal. Runners will be challenged by over 30 obstacles with spectacular views and beautiful rock formations some of which you will climb or run under. Obstacles include 20’ high cargo net climb, 200 foot long water slide, rock climbing wall, monkey bars over the canal, Lake Swim and many more.
All people, ages 14 or older, are welcome join this race and support Lake Park in the process. If you have been to other adventure races, this is probably going to be a far more technical course than what you have experienced. The 3.1 mile course is mostly on a hiking trail named Scarr loop that many locals don't even know about and circumnavigates this rugged Appalachian foothill. We have 30 obstacles planned including mud pit, electric fencing, climbing walls, rope climbing and more. There will be waves every half hour starting at 8 am. Every finisher gets a t-shirt and medal. After you plug in your credit card information there will be a credit card confirmation. Be warned, you will not be registered until you respond "Yes" or "No" to the question asking if you want to sign up for Active Advantage program. In addition to the race there will be live music, beer, food vendors, and there adjacent is historic Roscoe Village. Parking is less than a half mile from US-36, a 4 lane highway so we do not expect the traffic issues other adventure races have experienced. We truly offer one of the best adventure racing events in the greater Ohio area because of rugged course, access to US-36, and local destinations. There will be a children's course available. 7 and under children will race a short 150 yard race. 8-10 will race a 1/2 mile course. 11-13 will race a 1 mile long race. The children's course is completely separate from adult. Cost will be $10 and they will get medals too.