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The Hillbilly Mud Run is a challenging 5K run with hills, up to 15 obstacles, 4-foot walls with mud, tunnel crawls, slippery hill climbs, and oodles of mud pits! Race individually, within multiple age divisions, or as a member of a 3 or 4-person team. We created The Hillbilly Mud Run to test your ability to run, climb, jump, crawl, & muscle your way through the most Hillbilly 5k Mud Run Created! As a Hillbilly Mudder you will have to conquer whatever obstacles get in your way and test your all around toughness, strength, stamina, fitness, and mental determination. Upon your victory you will have earned your place in the Hillbilly world. Then you can celebrate with friends, food, music, beer*, and a muddy fist in the air

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Hillbilly Mud Run Reviews

Average rating: 3 / 5 from 3 reviews.

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Sep 06, 2016 by jon goodman

This was my fourth Hillbilly Mud Run. I have participated in all of them since the first one in Billings, and I have enjoyed them all. I bring my grand daughters and friends. We all have a great time. I hope that you will continue to add obstacles. I would like to see some in the arena filled with mud. See ya next August.

Aug 24, 2013 by Pokey Joe

This was my second mud run and my son's first. I would echo the previous review in that the lack of signs directing you towards the event location made the drive stressful. The obstacles were not nearly as challenging as the Gladiator but still quite fun. More mud would be great.

And maybe a little tending to the course prior to the race would be good. At one crossing at the creek I grabbed a small (6" dia) tree to help pull myself up the bank and the tree broke loose and came crashing down behind me, just missing a teenage girl who was still in the creek. Pure luck, or God's grace. I grabbed another tree to help and it also cracked; I waited until she was out of the water and then purposefully broke the tree loose and let it fall in the water when it was clear. The day could very easily have been tragic.

Aug 10, 2013 by Teresa Blakey

Had a great time! Really enjoyed the time with my friends. The medals and t-shirts are top notch! and I would most definetly do it again! Really appreciated the bag check!
Although I do belive several improments could and do need to be made
There were no sign we seen pointing us to the event not even at the gate. Balloons, signs when your getting close would be so helpful.
Twice on the course we were misdirected or failed to understand the course and when asking the volunteers they were somewhat confused also.
something as simple as bobby pins ........ have them on hand please.
But overall I had a great time and found the course to be fun and challenging much better than a regular ole 5K!

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