Tough Mudder

Event Details

Vancouver at Whistler Olympic Park

Pricing Type

Dates Effective



Early Bird Special

Until October 3

CAD $100

CAD $80

Tough Discount

October 4 to November 3

CAD $110

CAD $90

Mudder Entry

November 4 to February 29

CAD $110

CAD $110

Standard Entry

March 1 to April 30

CAD $125

CAD $125

Final Entry

May 1 to June 16

CAD $150

CAD $150

* Please note the majority age in Vancouver, BC is 19 years old. You must be 19 years old to participate.

AS ALWAYS: If you are seriously tough, and you want to enter both days, register for both and then email us at We will give you a 50% discount for the second day!

ENTRY FEE INCLUDES: Event t-shirt, one beer, and live music at the post party.

Please Note:
We cannot make edits to registrations once we are one month away from the event.
There is a mandatory $15 insurance fee with every registration.


Spectator Tickets are available online for $20 until the Friday before Tough Mudder Vancouver. They will be sold for $40 onsite – buy your spectator tickets now.

Event Details

Starting Time

If you are registered as an individual, you will select your preferred start time during online registration. If you are registered with a team, only the team captain will select a preferred start time. Please note, while we do our best to accommodate this preference, it is not a guarantee. You will be emailed your assigned start time within a week of the event.


Whistler Olympic Park


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Travel Time

From Vancouver: 1 hour, 55 minutes
From Surrey: 2 hours, 25 minutes

Want to get a taste of Tough Mudder Vancouver? Check out the Tough Mudder New England 2011 Official Video:

Charity Discounts

In Canada, Tough Mudder is proud to support the Wounded Warriors of Canada, an independent not-for-profit charity that supports Canadian service members and veterans wounded overseas.

The Wounded Warriors of Canada works closely with Veterans Affairs Canada, the Department of National Defence and a variety of caregivers to bring care and healing for injuries to the body and the minds of injured service members. Wounded fully recognizes the priority to treat visible and non-visible injuries, like that of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Read More>>>

Post Party

After you finish the course, grab a beer and hang out with your fellow Mudders. There’ll be a band and lots of food for sale.

Tough Mudder will also be offering tattoos of our bad-ass logo to all finishers who truly want to commemorate their epic achievement. They are on a first come, first serve basis and everyone who gets a tattoo will be given free entry into the Tough Mudder event of their choice. Be sure to customize it by having the event date and location put on–keep adding as you go to record all your epic Mudder adventures.


Tough Mudder Respect Awards

For participants who have overcome illness, injury or misfortune. For further details see here.

Costume Awards

Best Costume — Most Bad-Ass
Worst Costume — Most Dumb-Ass
Least Clothing — Most Ass
Most Likely To Have Been In The Village People

Each event’s costume contest winner will get a free season pass–which gets you into all North American and Canada 2012 events, including ones that are sold out.

Toughest Mullet & Toughest Mohawk

Free Head-Shaves To be Provided – Award Best Mullet & Best Mohawk – Prize TBD

Tough Mudder Tattoos

Tough Mudder Tattoos will be available on site for all those Mudders bad ass enough to make the memory permanent. Tattoos are $70 and will give you free entry into the Tough Mudder of your choice.

There are no monetary prizes at Tough Mudder. However, the top 5% of all finishers will qualify for World’s Toughest Mudder to be held in 2012.


Brightroom is our official event photographer, and they aim to take photos of every participant. Photos will be available the following Wednesday after the event. They can be purchased here.

Can’t wait? We understand: Check out some of our previous event photos.



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