The Annual Warrior Run
Cancelled for 2020
The Tupper Lake Warrior Run is an obstacle race through mud, field, and crazy Adirondack terrain. After five years of tackling the course at Big Tupper Ski area, we thought it was time to freshen things up with some new surprises.
Participants will start at Raquette River Brewing in downtown Tupper Lake and then head into the many rugged acres of the Bencze family property. Spectators will be able to watch along the trail and when finished enjoy an afternoon of live music, good food, and some great craft beer.
Trust us, the location may have changed but the tough obstacles and extensive mud that you love has not!
The race will be split into a 5K and 8K. The 8K will be more of an adventure course with more challenges, and more MUD!
Race Registration Information
Individual Race Entry
- Register before race day: $65
- Register on race day: $75
Team Race Entry (per athlete)
- Register before race day: $60
- Register on race day: $70
- Teams & families will be cut off at 5 members
Kids under 12 years old
- Register before race day: $25
- Register on race day: $35
Registration link coming soon.
More Muddy Details
Race Check-In: 9 a.m.
Race Start Time: 12 p.m.
Venue: Raquette River Brewing, 11 Balsam Street #2, Tupper Lake, NY 12986
Post Race: Bring clothes to change into! The brewery will have showers for you to clean up after the race. Stay for food, beer, vendors, and live music.
Lodging: After this grueling race, you will want to find a relaxing place to stay for the night and recuperate!
Questions: Contact the event organizer at (518) 359-3328.
Race Day Information
-Race day registration begins at 9 a.m.
-Limited parking located at the Brewery and Holy Name Church (cars must be gone from the church by Saturday night)
-All racers are asked to stay on the mowed course and be mindful of their surroundings
-Anyone wishing to spectate can park at the end of Underwood Rd. (follow the signs) and walk to see the action
- The Warrior Run is presented by the Tupper Lake Chamber of Commerce. Proceeds from the event go to further the TLCC's programs and services. Like the Warrior Run on Facebook and stay up to date on the latest news.