Dirty Dozen Mud Run in Gypsum promises muddy fun for the whole family

By Real Vail
June 11, 2012

The Dirty Dozen Mud Run in Gypsum on July 14 will be a fun and adventurous obstacle race, including mud pits and mud obstacles, tire fields, car crawls, cargo nets, and more.

The Dirty Dozen consists of 12 obstacles along the three-mile custom-built Gypsum course, followed by a festival complete with live music from four bands, including Already Gone, Derringer, WhiteWater Ramble and headliner Collin Raye.

The festival will also include food vendors, family mud games, an adult talent show, crafts and activities and a beer garden.

It's sure to be a full day of fun for the whole family, and all ages and abilities are welcome.

The Dirty Dozen Mud Run is presented by the Western Eagle County Metropolitan Recreation. Click here for more race details and here to register.

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