Trails of Freedom Vice President, Jordan Coleman, endured mud, snow, electricity, steep uphill sprints, fire, and swims through 36-degree water to complete the famous Tough Mudder obstacle course at Vermont’s Mount Snow. The grueling 10-mile course pits participants against 28 brutal obstacles for a 4-hour excursion like none other!
Much of the course was buried under deep mud or hard-packed snow! In the photograph above, Jordan and his teammates can be seen crashing through a knee-deep puddle during one of many descents down Mount Snow. Coleman ran the Tough Mudder with Team “Runnin’ on Empty”, seen here shortly after crossing the finish line (below). Many members of this year’s team also ran alongside Jordan in 2010 at the Tough Mudder in Englishtown, New Jersey.
Event Coordinator, Mary Campbell, and Chief Researcher, Justin Coleman, did their best to follow Jordan and the team around the expansive 10-mile circuit while recording video and taking photographs to document the madness. You can see the complete photo album from the event here on our website. And don’t forget to stay tuned for our upcoming video documentary on the 2011 Mount Snow Tough Mudder, which will incorporate helmet cam footage to make you feel as if you’re right there beside the team as they push forward through a course that eats-up and spits-out everyone besides the Tough-est Mudders!