Updated Thu, 2014-08-14 17:05

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June 21 & 22, 2014

Whistler

Overview

Event Details

Event Overview

Featuring some of North America’s steepest climbs and most dramatic slopes, Whistler is one Olympic-sized Tough Mudder course. A gritty combination of rocky natural terrain and perilous, man-made formations, Olympic Park has already tested the world’s fiercest, most iron-willed athletes. Now it’s your turn to earn your orange on the land of silver and gold.

Event Location

Whistler Olympic Park
5 Callaghan valley road
Whistler, BC V0N 1B2
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Travel Time

Vancouver: 1 hr., 35 mins.

Surrey: 1 hr., 45 mins.

Seattle, WA: 3 hr., 50 mins.


Event Pricing

SAT

SUN

Event Launch Special Aug 1 - Aug 31 Sold Out Sold Out
Early Bird Discount Sep 1 - Oct 10 Sold Out Sold Out
Tough Discount Oct 11 - Feb 6 Sold Out Sold Out
Mudder Entry Feb 7 - Mar 20 Sold Out Sold Out
Standard Entry Mar 21 - Apr 24 Sold Out Sold Out
Late Entry Apr 25 - May 8 Sold Out Sold Out
Final Entry May 9 - Jun 20 Sold Out Sold Out
Weekend Entry Jun 21 - Jun 22 Sold Out Sold Out

*There is a mandatory $10 insurance fee with your registration.

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What's Included

T-shirt

Headband

Hard Earned Beer

Event Extras

Don't miss out on some awesome event extras including our official event after party, a hiking pass, the mudder gear merch tent, and our epic welcome back Mudders Olympic Plaza experience. Also save time and book your parking and lodging ahead of time. The link for info on all these topics is below. Event Extras & Parking

Course Map

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Course Details

COURSE TYPE: Mountain
TOTAL DISTANCE: 10–12 miles
FIRST AID/WATER STATIONS: 5+

Course Conditions

Forest
Mountain
Rocky

Mud Forecast

MUD TYPE: Rocky
AVG PRECIPITATION: 3 cm./mo.

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Spectators

Spectator registration is available online for $20 until Friday (June 20) at midnight before event weekend. If you miss the online registration deadline, spectator tickets will be sold for $40 on site.

Volunteers

Join our team of Tough Mudder Volunteers (MVPs) and create a life-changing experience for yourself and others. Or, if you’re participating, get your supporters (who are ready for the mud, but not the electric shocks) to volunteer so they can still be part of your day. As an added perk, our MVPs get up to 90% off registration.

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Event Details

  • Waivers

    Safety first

  • What to Bring

    Don't leave home without 'em

  • Parking & Check-In

    When you arrive

  • Mudder Village

    Before and after the event

  • Mudder Savings

    Team, double weekend & more

Full Whistler 2014 Information Packet

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Accommodation

We offer exclusive Mudder lodging options for most Tough Mudder events. For special deals, and to stay with your fellow Mudders, book your hotel below.

Parking

All attendees must buy a parking ticket to park at the event. Parking is on-site, but there are choices depending on how close you want to be to Mudder Village.

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    NEWS

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      Tough Mudder has been hard at work on a labor of love to make this year’s event which will be held Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18 at Plantation Field in Coatesville even more challenging than loyal Mudders have come to expect. They have re-defined old obstacles and given birth to new ones like the Birth Canal where you must crawl under a deceptively heavy, water-filled liner which is pushing down on you as you head toward daylight.

      READ ARTICLE >>
    • Tips for Preparing for a Tough Mudder Obstacle Event from Trainer Kyle Railton

      Even the strongest athletes struggle through a Tough Mudder course, which might require competitors to crawl through mud and under barbed wire (an obstacle known as “Kiss of Mud”) or climb up a 25-foot scaffold, latch onto a fireman’s pole or slide through a giant ring of fire and into a tank of water.

      READ ARTICLE >>

Event Timeline

From pre-event to post-event, our timeline makes sure you never skip a beat.

See Timeline

Event Photos

Our photographers will be out there on the course taking action shots of you and your teammates. In the week after the event, stay tuned for an email with your photos and go to our Facebook page to view the event photo album. In the meantime, go check out our galleries on Mudder Nation.

Tough Mudder Tattoos

Many Mudders like to get a tattoo of our logo to commemorate their achievement. We think this is great, so once you get inked, fill out a tattoo registration entry form to get free entry into a Tough Mudder event of your choice. Please note: our UK, AU and CAN venues don't allow tattoos on-site, so you'll need to find a local establishment that can oblige.