Copper Mountain, CO 2017

Volunteer on behalf of Local Organizations!

Volunteers will help with various tasks, such as checking in participants, passing out swag, handing out water on the course, cheering on participants, and much more! All volunteers will receive the following –

1 – An exclusive volunteer t-shirt
2 – A FREE RUN into that day’s event (Visit this page for details on how to run for free)
3 – Groups of 10 or more are eligible for local fundraising (Visit this page for details on how to determine eligibility)
4 – Community service hours
5 – Be a part of an exciting mud fun run with inspiring people

Click HERE to sign up to volunteer!

Contact with any questions.


Dirty Girl Mud Run Copper is proud to partner with Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC).


Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation that advocates early detection and a healthy, active lifestyle as the best means for breast cancer prevention.  Founded in 1996, B4BC empowers young people to make positive choices that promote lifelong wellness through outreach, prevention and support programs. B4BC aims to eliminate breast cancer deaths in present and future generations by arming young people with the tools necessary to reduce their risks and lead longer, healthier lives.

Once you’ve signed up for the run, please visit the fundraising page HERE to organize your team and help us reach our goal!

View your Copper Mountain event guide HERE

Don’t worry – it’s not a “race” in the traditional sense. It’s an untimed 5K obstacle course designed to push you slightly out of your comfort zone, but only as far as you’re comfortable going. Forming teams is encouraged, and so is helping and cheering your fellow Dirty Girls 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 mud-covered day you’ll never forget.

Course Description

Run, walk, climb, crawl—you’ll experience it all at our Dirty Girl Mud Run. The event will happen rain or shine (or snow).  Costumes and teams are highly encouraged (aka – think tutu’s, dirty team names and custom team shirts).

The course is typically a mix of off road and some pavement, so wear your running shoes but not your favorite running shoes because they will get REALLY MUDDY.  Most women opt to wear a very old pair and donate them them to our charity at the finish line.

The course is 3.1 miles long with approximately 10-12 “obstacles”.  At registration, you will pick your “Start Time Wave” beginning at 10:00 am and going until 1:30 pm and every half hour in-between.  You will start with approximately 250 other women and because it is an un-timed event, you can go at your leisure.  Over 50% of participants choose to walk and/or light jog  so that they can stick together with their whole team.

Course Strategy

You will need to arrive 60 minutes prior to your registered wave time. First wave is at 10:00 am and they start every 15-30 minutes.Take it easy and have fun! It is not timed or competitive so you can go entirely at your own pace. The course may include off road terrain, so be careful. You’re sure to get muddy, wet and experience some cheek busting laughter. You can expect safety throughout the course and water stations at Mile One and Mile Two along the course.

When it comes to strategy on the course, if you really want to challenge yourself, we recommend joining an earlier wave (aka – 10:00 am) so that you can run as fast as you want and not wait for anyone on the obstacles in front of you.  If you’re running in a big team, take your time!  This is supposed to be fun but also challenging.  Most women chose to walk the course and enjoy the obstacles.  Feel free to bring a phone or a camera (just put it in a ziploc baggy) because you won’t want to miss the smiles!   We have professional camera crews at certain points on the course, but you may want even more photos!


Conquer the “Get a Grip” rope climb at our obstacle race with just a little help from your best friends. There will be 10-12 obstacles at each event, but don’t worry…if you get to an obstacle that’s more than a challenge for you-we won’t tell if you take a detour! Just don’t be surprised if you get a little down and dirty at the Dirty Girl Mud Run!

There will be walls to climb over, tunnels of mud to crawl through, fire to jump over, and massive slides to slip down!  It will be the best time you had on two feet all year!


June 10, 2017

Copper Mountain
0184 Copper Circle
Copper Mountain, CO 80443



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