Spartan Beast, Super and Ultra Weekend
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Every Spartan races for different reasons. For some, it means competing at the highest athletic level, for others it’s a way to get back into shape, others like the social aspect. Regardless of your motivations, we have race category options to ensure you have the best experience possible.
2020 Spartan Event Cancelled
If you’re looking to unleash your inner beast and go to places you never imaged, the Spartan Beast is perfect for you! With 13 mi/21 km and 30 obstacles between you and the finish line, the Spartan Beast will test everything you’re made of: your strength, your endurance, your resolve. The unpredictable terrain and Spartan Obstacles are masterfully designed to push you deep into your discomfort zone, and well past those self-imposed obstacles you once considered your limits. Beast mode: ON.
The Ultra is the first race of its kind to bring the best of OCR and ultra-endurance sports together. If you’re a traditional ultra-endurance sports fan, you will love the Ultra with its 50K distance and 60 obstacles!
There’s nothing mediocre about this middle distance race. The Spartan Super offers the ideal blend between distance and speed. Offering racers a true athletic test. If you consider yourself a more seasoned athlete determined to push beyond excuses, you just might have the mettle for a Spartan Super. Serving up 25 obstacles and 10K of rugged terrain, the Spartan Super spares no one. Developed as the second race in the Spartan Trifecta, the Super is where you prove to yourself you’ve got everything it takes to face the Beast.
Kids ages 4-13 years old can enjoy the thrill of the race in their own version of the Spartan Race with different distances and age groups and some of the most fun obstacles you'll ever see.
10K Trail Race
Spartan Trail is a no-obstacles foot race through rugged wilderness, overseen by legendary race directors from the world of trail running. All Trail courses are separate from the obstacle race courses and have no obstacles, but share the same start and finish area in the festival.