Being a Mudder℠ is all about taking on the obstacles in your life and the enormous sense of accomplishment that you feel when you overcome them.
Sonoma might be the capital of Wine Country, California, but that doesn’t mean that you won’t be getting downright muddy at Tough Mudder NorCal.
Chicago Rockford International Airport isn’t just, well, an airport - it’s the Illinois-arm of Tough and Mud. And just because it’s flat doesn’t mean this monster of a course isn’t ready to rock you like a three-hour set from blues guitar legend and Chicagoland-native Muddy Waters (there will, of course, be plenty of mud, water, and muddy water on the course). Boasting our best-in-class obstacles and 10-12 miles of tough, Rockford’s gonna rock, and then rock even harder.
Seattle might have a reputation for being rainy nine months of the year, but you better believe that summer is worth the (usually) grey skies of fall, winter, and spring. The birthplace of coffee, grunge, and big companies like Amazon, Microsoft and Boeing, Seattle is a thriving city and the perfect playground for your Tough Mudder Full or Half. Held at the Palmer Coking Coal Company, get ready to run through gravel pits, wade through mud, and test your limits in the Pacific Northwest.
Copper Mountain is the perfect venue for all things winter, but it’s just as fun during the summer. Situated between the ski towns of Vail and Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, located just outside of Frisco, Colorado, offers big mountains, big views, and even bigger fun. Think running up ski slopes, quad-burning trails, mixed terrain–oh, and all while trying to breathe at nearly 10,000 feet. Don’t know where to start? Here’s how to get the most out of your Colorado vacation.
Sun, sand, and surf is likely what you picture when you imagine Australia, and Sydney is likely the spitting image. But, this city is more than just a surfer’s paradise: from the eucalyptus forests of the Blue Mountains to the more than 40 concerts, show, talks and tours held weekly at the landmark Opera House, Sydney is a visitor’s dream.