TOUGH MUDDER PHILLY MAP
TOUGH MUDDER SPECTATOR TIPS
USE THE SPECTATOR ROUTE
<LOOK FOR THE SIGNS>
On the map you will find a Spectator Route. Most events feature two labeled spectator routes– one marked with red flags and one marked with purple. These are typically off-road paths alongside the participant course and may feature uneven terrain. The average spectator route is 1.5 to 2 miles in length.
Any attendee who is 17 years old or younger, must be accompanied at all times by a ticketed chaperone who is 18+ years old. Minor attendees who are spectators only cannot be left alone while the 18+ year old runs the course.
BEFORE YOU HEAD TO THE COURSE
Pick a few obstacles to meet your team at for prime photo-taking opportunities. The facial expressions you’ll catch at Mud Mile, Arctic Enema, Funky Monkey Everest, and Electroshock Therapy are ones you’ll never want to forget.
REMEMBER YOUR ESSENTIALS
There will be portable toilets and water stations located throughout the Festival Site. Please bring a water bottle to fill up at the water stations. A spectator outpost is located on course with water and portable toilets. In the event you’re feeling unwell or injured, please flag down a mobile medic or visit the medical tent in the festival areas
The average 5k participant takes 1.5-2 hours to complete the course. View them at the start line for their start ceremony, and then follow the spectator route to see them on the 5k course. Running a Tough Mudder Classic or Tougher Mudder could take a team upwards of 3-5 hours to complete (2 hours if they’re running Tougher and super speedy).