Kids' Mud on the Mountain | Saturday, May 23, 2015

Kids, it's your turn to take on Mud on the Mountain and play in the mud without getting in trouble with your parents! The course is based upon the highly-popular grown-up Mud On The Mountain as it shares many of the same obstacles, some scaled down versions of classic obstacles, and some new fun features.

The race is split up into three heats, which are divided by age. Kids ages 8-9 will enjoy a .94 mile course with 13 obstacles. This course is designed so parents can watch their children and follow along the whole race. Tweens ages 10-12 will experience a 1.15 mile course with 14 obstacles that takes participants part way up the mountain and down ski slopes. Teens ages 13-17 have the chance to experience the mountain with many of the same obstacles as the adults do in a 3.5 mile course, the equivalent to a 5k. There are 21 obstacles. The teen course is designed to take participants up and down the mountain, over the water and through the woods. It is a perfect way to kick off your summer vacation!

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Juniors Ages 8 - 9

  • .94 mile course
  • 13 obstacles
  • Starts at 12:30 p.m.
  • This course is designed so parents can watch and follow along the whole course

  1. Clint's Mini Hurdles
  2. Climb Every Mountain - Climb the hill using a rope while being sprayed by a fire hose.
  3. Pirates Cargo Net
  4. Mountain Mud Pit - Crawl through this pit of sticky, gooey mud.
  5. Cheese Grater - Slide down our giant slip and slide.
  6. Valley Mud Pit - Roll through this chasm of mud.
  7. Balance Smalance - Try these balance on these obstacles as water hits you.
  8. Flat Tire - Work through this tire obstacle with water pouring on you.
  9. Bath Time Soap Suds - Wade through this wall of soap suds.
  10. Do the Limbo - How low can you go? Go under not over!
  11. Fort Pit Tunnels - Crawl through these tunnels. it may be a little dark and wet inside.
  12. Log Out - The ultimate endurance test when you are the most tired. Carry a log to a designated spot.
  13. Speed Bump - An easy climb over a tire wall and nothing else left but the finish line.

Tweens Ages 10 - 12

  • 1.15 mile course
  • 15 obstacles
  • Starts at 11 a.m.
  • Participants will go part way up the mountain and down ski slopes

  1. Clint's Mini Hurdles
  2. Climb Every Mountain - Climb the hill using a rope while being sprayed by a fire hose.
  3. Pirates Cargo Net
  4. Mountain Mud Pit - Crawl through this pit of sticky, gooey mud.
  5. Spider Web - Make your way through the giant spider web.
  6. Picasso Pass - Wind your way through the corkscrew pathy and you'll come out a little brighter.
  7. Cheese Grater - Slide down our giant slip and slide.
  8. Valley Mud Pit - Roll through this chasm of mud.
  9. Balance Smalance - Try these balance on these obstacles as water hits you.
  10. Flat Tire - Work through this tire obstacle with water pouring on you.
  11. Bath Time Soap Suds - Wade through this wall of soap suds.
  12. Do the Limbo - How low can you go? Go under not over!
  13. Fort Pit Tunnels - Crawl through these tunnels. it may be a little dark and wet inside.
  14. Log Out - The ultimate endurance test when you are the most tired. Carry a log to a designated spot.
  15. Speed Bump - An easy climb over a tire wall and nothing else left but the finish line.

Teens Ages 13-17

  • 3.5 mile course, the equivalent to a 5k
  • 21 obstacles
  • Starts at 9 a.m.
  • This course is designed to take participants up and down the mountain, over the water and through the woods

  1. Cat Tales – Climb Wagner Slope with the help of some rope but it won't be that easy because our snow guns will be on blowing water while you try to reach the summit.
  2. Worm Holes – Slithering through a dark wet tunnel might make you feel like a spelunker, just remember to crawl towards the light.
  3. Piggy Back – This is an optional obstacle. Find a partner and carry your partner the prescribed distance and then switch places.
  4. Teeter – Welcome back to the playground except this time you can run up and down the teeter totter.
  5. Clint's Hurdle – Named after our favorite skipper. Just remember what Clint always says, ”Every pitch is a game within a game. Don't take a pitch off.” This 8ft obstacle is that pitch within that game.
  6. Tahoe Trot – Don't be afraid of the water because it is only thigh deep but it might get cold as you make your way through 70 yards of our version of Lake Tahoe.
  7. Granite Scamper. – Over the creek through the woods but watch out for the small boulders and rocks. This isn't a very smooth scamper.
  8. Pole Land – “Over and Under”. Are you tired yet?
  9. Foggy Without the Google – Keep your head down and crawl through this foggy cave.
  10. Three Stooges – 8ft wall – some foam and a 12 ft wall....enough said.
  11. Cork Screw – Finally running downhill, but you are not done yet.
  12. Picasso Pass - Wind your way through the corkscrew pathy and you'll come out a little brighter.
  13. Cheese Grater - Slide down our giant slip and slide.
  14. Valley Mud Pit - Roll through this chasm of mud.
  15. Balance Smalance - Try these balance on these obstacles as water hits you.
  16. Flat Tire - Work through this tire obstacle with water pouring on you.
  17. Bath Time Soap Suds - Wade through this wall of soap suds.
  18. Do the Limbo - How low can you go? Go under not over!
  19. Fort Pit Tunnels - Crawl through these tunnels. it may be a little dark and wet inside.
  20. Log Out - The ultimate endurance test when you are the most tired. Carry a log to a designated spot.
  21. Speed Bump - An easy climb over a tire wall and nothing else left but the finish line.

Seven Springs In the Community

Seven Springs is proud to be an economically vital and compassionate part of our community. We support out local charities that work to improve the quality of life for our neighbors and out communities.

Over the past three years, Seven Springs has supported and developed relationships throughout the local community, including Somerset, Fayette, and Westmoreland counties, as well as the Pittsburgh region. Seven Springs Mountain Resort supports many non-profit and civic organizations through considerable charitable and community efforts, specifically charitable giving, merchandise and ticket donations, and volunteer efforts.

Giving Back

Seven Springs directly participates in and supports a number of important initiatives. For instance, since 2006, the resort has contributed to 1,104 community organizations ranging from:

  • Toys For Tots
  • Western Pennsylvania Conservancy
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • The American Red Cross
  • Special Olympics
  • The Salvation Army
  • Samuel Hicks Memorial Fund
  • The Girl Scouts of Western PA
  • The Boy Scouts of America
  • Boarding for Breast Cancer
  • The Children's Home of Pittsburgh
  • Scholarship Programs
  • The Humane Society of Somerset County
  • The United Way of the Laurel Highlands
  • and Many More!

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Kids Ages 8-17

 

Kids' Mud on the Mountain

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Juniors (ages 8-9)

  • After May 1, 2015 | $45

Tweens (ages 10-12)

  • After May 1, 2015 | $50

Teens (ages 13-17)

  • After May 1, 2015 | $60

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