|9:00 am Start
Packet Pick up will begin at 7:30 am.
The MuddySneaker is a trail run in the high tor wilderness area in the finger lakes region of
New York State. It has some of the most rapid elevation loss and gain of any trail run in the
region. During the MuddySneaker it is possible that you can encounter any or all of the
following hazards: Rocks, Roots, Snow, Ice, Crawling under logs, Crawling over logs, Stream
Crossings, Oversize chickens and other wild creatures. If you are wishing to do a 20K run and
want to compete against the clock and are hoping to set your PR you may want to look
elsewhere. If however you want to test yourself against nature and your own will to finish this is
the race for you.
This is a primitive site. Meaning there is nothing there, We bring in everything except mother
nature. There will be Port-a-John's available at the start/finish area. Please feel free to bring a
lawn chair to increase your comfort after the race.
Since we are bringing everything into the area, that means we are also bringing everything out of
the area. Please help us keep the trash to a minimum, or at least consolidated in the main area.
Water, energy drink and other salty/sugary goodies will be available at four aid stations located
at approximately miles 2.5, 6, 9, 10.5. If warm out we recommend that you carry additional fuel
as needed. Make sure you thank the people at the aid stations, they are putting in a long
sometimes cold day.
Mild medical assistance is available at each aid station. More advance medical attention is on
call. Participants are responsible for covering all cost of emergency evacuation.
|Awards will be given out to overall open and master men and women and 10% deep in the
following age groups for both men and women.
19 & Under
From Rochester: (about 1 hr.)
1. Take rt. 64 south until Bristol Springs.
2. From there follow direction “ From Bristol Springs”
From NYS Thruway (about 50min)
1. Use EXIT 43 and head south on rt. 21
2. Follow rt.21 through Canandaigua until Bristol Springs.
3. Follow direction “ from Bristol Springs”
From Bristol Springs
1. Take rt. 21 south, down the hill, past the lake.
2. First left hand turn past the lake is Parish rd.
3. TURN HERE.
4. At end of Parish Rd. Take a quick right (245)and left (Parish hill Road)
5. Follow Parish Hill Rd. to the start line.
6. Make sure to bear right and keep going up.
Enjoy the scenery on the drive it is
1. Jeff Beck 1:19:01 2007
2. Jeff Beck 1:22:19 2006
3. Scott Bagley 1:24:49 2001
4. Zack Rivers 1:25:30 2006
5. Matt Bellizzi 1:25:50 2006
6. Mark Johnson 1:25:54 2001
7. Alan Evans 1:26:27 2006
8. Zack Rivers 1:26:56 2008
9. Duncan Douglas 1:27:06 2004
10. Alan Evans 1:27:17 2010
1. Jessica Snyder 1:40:13 2011
2. Michelle Weiler 1:41:38 2010
3. Linda Grossman 1:44:08 2003
4. Linda Grossman 1:44:56 2005
5. Linda Grossman 1:45:38 2004
6. Linda Grossman 1:46:25 2001
7. Michelle Weiler 1:46:57 2007
8. Robin Merrill-Lorenzo 1:47:01 2002
9. Robin Merrill-Lorenzo 1:47:05 2003
10. Debra Morris Allen 1:47:49 2005
19&U Debbie Merzbach 2:07:54 2007
20-29 Jessica Snyder 1:40:13 2011
30-39 Linda Grossman 1:44:08 2003
40-49 Michelle Weiler 1:41:38 2010
50-59 Nancy Kleinrock 1:48:56 2010
60+ Jeanne Herrick 2:35:54 2012
19 & U Zach Rivers 1:25:30 2007
20-29 Jeff Beck 1:19:01 2006
30-39 Scott Bagley 1:24:49 2001
40-49 Alan Evans 1:26:27 2006
50-59 John Barott 1:42:16 2010
60+ Tom Dutton 1:54:39 2009
|In the beginning registration was done by first come first serve. After the first few years this became problematic in
that our limited numbers got filled quickly and we started to hold registration nights. Which was not fair to those who
don't live here.
For the past few years we have been using a weighted Lottery system for MuddySneaker Registraion. This was
good in that we all got to gather at the Otter Lodge, have a pint or three and feel the anxiety of seeing your name
drawn. Or not drawn at all if your name is Travis J Earley.
This however lead to people feeling they did not have a chance because of the weighted system, and also caused
for the cry of exceptions and favors to be made for various reasons.
In 2013 we used Ultrasignup.com. Based on the feedback that we have received we will be continuing this for next
year and may, only may, be doing online for some other races as well.