2018 Ragged Mountain Scuttle

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What’s New in 2018- We listened to your suggestions so get ready for…. *** Be a team captain and get some cool captain swag *** New obstacles  


The Ragged Mountain Scuttle, Sept 23rd – is an obstacle course race on the Kuller trail at the Camden (Maine) Snow Bowl, where mountains meet the sea. Runners/Walkers will enjoy the ragged terrain and a beautiful view at the top.


Basic Course Info- The course offers a variety of natural and man-made obstacles on a trail with plenty of elevation gain. Whether you’re racing as a team or an individual, we promise this will be an event you’ll be happy you signed up for. The majority of the event  is on the Kuller trail, an intermediate level trail. The trail does has some steep pitches, and climbs 500 feet. The course will begin and end directly behind the snow bowl lodge.

“You won’t die, but it’s a challenge you won’t soon forget.”    
– 2015 participant


Children’s Course –If your child loves climbing, jumping and rolling like a Ninja, the children’s course is a must-do experience.

It takes place at the base behind the Snow Bowl lodge. Cost is a $5 donation for unlimited use of the course. It’s within view from inside the lodge.


Waved Start- The event will have a few waves beginning every 15 minutes. The first wave is at 10 a.m. and the last wave is at 1:30 p.m. When you select your heat time, you’ll receive a confirmation via email with your start time before race day. NOTE: Register early because heat times are on a first-come basis, and once a heat time is full, it’s closed.

Arrival- Please arrive 45 minutes before your Wave Start time to register, and get your bib and information. Music, food, children’s course, bounce house and beer will be available throughout the day.

Parking- Parking is available at the Snow Bowl Lodge, at the base of Ragged Mountain, as well as along the road leading to the Snow Bowl.


Register today by clicking here.

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