Blue Mound Details
Details for 2022
Blue Mound State Park, Blue Mounds, Wisconsin—about 20 miles west of Madison. Registration is at the Friends Shelter. State park vehicle admission sticker not required—it's the State Parks Free Fun Weekend!
Events - 10K and 18K
Race Day Info - See the Blue Mound home page for race day info sent to registered runners on May 31.
Packet pickup (number and shirt) are Saturday morning only, at the Friends Shelter. No early pickup option.
7:00 - Bib/shirt pickup opens at the Friends Shelter
8:30 - 10K Run starts
8:40 - 18K Run starts
Post-run - Food, fun, awards, door prizes.
Limit 350 runners.
Parking at the shelter is limited; please car pool if you can. Overflow parking is at the top of the mound, so allow time to walk down to the Friends Shelter from there,
Chip timing thanks to timing sponsor Movin Shoes.
T-shirts! Register early to help us get the right sizes.
Aid stations will have water and energy drink. Refill your own bottle, pack, or reusable cup, or grab a paper cup.
Post-run fruit and cookies.
Overall and age group awards for the fast. Door prizes for the lucky!
Results will be posted on the trail run website.
Both the 10K and 18K courses will start at the Friends Shelter. The challenging 10K course will loop around Blue Mound State Park, to the bottom of Pleasure Valley, up the scenic Weeping Rocks trail, and on to the Top o' the Mound and finish The 18K course has all that, plus a trip to the East Mound (Brigham County Park) and back on the beautiful Overlode Trail. Both courses provide plenty of challenges and scenery, including ski trails, single-track, possibly some mud (we hope), and a climb to the top of Blue Mound.
Overall and Age Groups
Both races: Overall m/f top three
18K: Age group m/f top three <20, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+
10K: Age group m/f top three <15, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-79, 80+
Proceeds benefit the Friends of Blue Mound State Park. The Friends support many projects in the park including trail building and maintenance , landscaping, new playground equipment, educational programs and invasive plant control.