Thank you for running the 2014 Hagg Lake Mud Runs. Please take a moment to complete our survey. It should take less than 5 minutes and will help us to improve the event for future participants. (Also, if you provide contact information, you are eligible to win a free entry for next year).
Results are posted on NSPiRE:
50K is Here
25K is Here
Race photos are available from Paul Nelson Photography. Click here to look through them and find yourself having fun in the mud.
*You can share these photos as they are (with the watermark) free of charge. However, seriously consider buying a high res image as well. Paul and his crew created some great looking photos and we’d like to keep him in business long enough for him to come back in 2015.
A lost & found photo gallery is posted on the Hagg Lake Mud Runs facebook page. You have until April 1 to claim your goodies and contact us, otherwise items will be donated.
If you didn’t pick up your shirt, need another size, or want to buy merchandise, we will be hosting a shirt exchange in Portland. We will be selling this year’s shirt for $25, this year’s finisher socks for $5/pair, the fleece beanies for $15, and the $25 beanies for $25. We will not “hold” them for you ahead of time so please do not ask. This will be Sunday, March 9 from noon-2p at the Lucky Labrador Brewing in Multnomah Village.
If you live out of the area and need to exchange or pick up your shirt, or simply can’t wait to buy Mud gear, email us for instructions on how to get your shirt and/or goodies. All exchanges and merchandise sales are on a first-come, first serve basis.
It’s time to get muddy! One of the most popular ultras in the Northwest, on ORRC race, and part of the Oregon Trail Series. The Hagg Lake Mud Runs attract runners from all over the nation. This race was featured in Runner’s World Trail Edition as one of the top trail races in Oregon.
The 25K consists of a short out-and-back along a gravel road and then makes one loop around beautiful Henry Hagg Lake. The 50K is a similar course except the out-and-back is slightly longer and you make two loops.