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Dirty Girl is a 5k mud run for women of all ages and athletic abilities. Don’t worry, it’s not a ‘race’ in the traditional sense.
It is an untimed obstacle course designed to push you slightly out of your comfort zone, but only as far as you are comfortable going. Forming teams is encouraged, and so is helping your fellow Dirty Girls get through to the finish. At a Dirty Girl Mud Run you’ll find excitement, laughter, and camaraderie—as well as lots of music and even some adult beverages. It’s a day you’ll never forget.

Having the dirtiest time of your life isn’t all you’ll be doing out there. Dirty Girl supports breast cancer charity organizations in each of our event markets with a cash donation that we intend to be used in your community. By participating in a Dirty Girl Mud Run you’ve already have made a difference by financially and physically making a stand against Breast Cancer.

Upcoming Dirty Girl Mud Run Events

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  • June 10, 2017
    Copper Mountain Colorado Dirty Girl Mud Run 2017
    Copper Mountain Ski Resort, Copper Mountain, CO, United States
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  • July 08, 2017
    Killington Vermont Dirty Girl Mud Run 2017
    Killington Resort, Killington, VT, United States
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Dirty Girl Mud Run Reviews

Average rating: 2.78 / 5 from 103 reviews.

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May 03, 2017 by Anna

Really wish I could give no stars. Watch out with this one. All they want to do is take your money and run with it. This is not a good one to get involved with.


What a let down

Apr 24, 2017 by Ashlie Gallagher

So disappointed that I heard from ppl in my group that the Pa Mudrun was cancelled and I was never notified of this from the Organization itself. I thought this was about charity. Sounds more like money being they want to make these at resorts? Where is my refund?


Apr 11, 2017 by Ellen

Just found out the run is canx with no explanation. I looked forward to this event for months. Planned my surgery around it! I am so glad i had not yet paid. Will find something else to do. Bad business practice.


Very Disappointed Bad Business All Around!!

Apr 10, 2017 by Jennifer

I have done the Dirty Girl for the last 2 years this would have been my third of which I was greatly looking forward to! Not only did they up and cancel it they didn't even email me to notify me it was cancelled and I paid for the tickets in our group! I learned second hand from my girlfriend who forwarded me the email.There is absolutely no information about it anywhere their, website is only partially functional and the only information in the email stated that they were moving to a three day format at ski resorts! How do you run your business let alone a charity event like this I will be hard pressed to attend any event by Human Movement ever again!


Disappointed

Apr 09, 2017 by Tabitha

Highly disappointed in dirty girl. Mud run in Atlanta and many others was canceled without explanation but yet they are still promoting a coupon code for 10% off. We haven't got refunds yet or a reasonable explantaion as to why.


Disappointed

Apr 09, 2017 by Tabitha

Highly disappointed in dirty girl. Mud run in Atlanta and many others was canceled without explanation but yet they are still promoting a coupon code for 10% off. We haven't got refunds yet or a reasonable explantaion as to why.


Don't get your hopes up

Apr 05, 2017 by Becky

The Baltimore Mud Run was cancelled like many of the events from previous years. Obviously, even with new people running it, the Dirty Girl Mud Run continues to take people's money and then cancel events. Seems like they just make a shot in the dark and plan events all over and see what sticks. I wouldn't get your hopes up that if you sign up for an event that it will happen. We were supposed to celebrate a family members 50th birthday at this event. I am supposed to get a refund...but not for another month. I WILL be keeping track of my card and making sure it comes through. Wish we had known ahead of time about the issues this organization has had. I feel people reading these reviews should learn from the past experience of others. Just search "Dirty Girl Mud Run Problems" and you are sure to find articles warning folks of the problems.


AWESOME SAUCE

Feb 04, 2017 by Sue

I am 63 years of age, out of shape and have never done a 1k let alone a 5k. i had great team mates that helped me when needed. i thought it was great, but again I was a virgin runner/walker/crawler!!! HAD A RIOT!!!!


Great for beginners, but not challenging for athletes

Jun 14, 2016 by Jessica

This was my first 5k ever and my first mud run/ OCR ever. I felt it was a great introduction, but it left me wanting more! I felt like I could have done the course a 2nd time no problem. The course was in a field mostly, which increased the heat level for us noon wave runners. And the way the course was set up allowed it to be more challenging being up hill for a lot of it. I'm somewhat athletic in nature and workout/run already so I was left wanting more of a challenge. I chose this one because it seemed more of a beginner mud run type of race. Not one person ran when we left the starting line, but overall everyone was having a great time and was very nice. We even got to meet the landowners by accident and they were also very very friendly and amazing people.

My major complaint: The size of the cups for water at the water stations. I drink A LOT when it's that hot and when I workout. The tiny Dixie cups just weren't enough. Even larger solo cups or water bottles would have been better since I just ended up blocking those waiting for water and I didn't drink as much as I would have liked since I didn't want to hold up the line. PLEASE give us larger water cups next year!


Jun 14, 2016 by Julie

This was my first mud run ever, and it was the perfect introduction. The course itself was quite hilly, which made it more of a challenge. I think if it had been flat, it would have been too easy. The obstacles just aren't enough.

The obstacles were generally slightly out of my comfort zone but not "Oh, heck no!" The one downside was that the slip-n-slide obstacle had basically been shut down. We were told some people had gone on it on their stomachs and had had their racing bib pins stick them. The only time we had an annoyingly long wait at an obstacle was one which required you to climb through a half pipe through mud. They only had one half pipe, so it took quite a while. The h2omg also had a line, but it was only a couple minutes; just fine for us walkers.

We were the 11:30 wave, and by the time my group had finished, they had run out of water for the showers. There wasn't any soap, either. We were encouraged to wash off in a small man-made pond, and we did. That itself seemed like an extra obstacle! And most of us got quite the surprise when we scrambled in, as the water got deep very quickly. No leeches, however at some point during the day, one of my teammates picked up a tick. Distressing, but it didn't have a chance to bite, and it's pretty common around here lately, unfortunately.

All in all, it was a fun, challenging day.


The Ultimate Mud Run, Obstacle Race and Adventure Race Guide , USA 2.8 5.0 104 104 Really wish I could give no stars. Watch out with this one. All they want to do is take your money and run with it. This is not a good one to get involved with.
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