Course obstacles may be hazardous. The Hildervat Race is designed to push your limits, but do not attempt an obstacle that you are uncomfortable with. Race officials will always offer a fitness alternative to any obstacle. Be smart and use your discretion. Notify a race official if you are injured or feel that your safety is in danger at any time during the race.

 All participants must follow the rules and instructions given by the race director, staff, volunteers, medical staff and law enforcement.

Participants understand and acknowledge that the Hildervat Race is an extreme event and accept all risks associated with the event.

Participants must be physically able to complete the course and all obstacles attempted.

No participants under the age of 13 on race day. A kids race may be offered at select events for children under the age of 13.

Participants must wear the provided race bib facing forward.

No participant shall leave any equipment or personal items on the race course, regardless of their position on the course.  Littering in strictly prohibited.  Food wrappers and other packaging may be disposed of in designated trash bins.  Any competitor in violation of this rule will be subject to disqualification at the discretion of the course director.

Photographers and videographers will be documenting the Hildervat Race. Participants agree to allow Second Half Events, LLC to use images or video footage of them for promotional purposes.

Do not bring animals on the race course.

Baby joggers or strollers, skates, bicycles, skateboards or any other type of recreational vehicle or wheeled device are prohibited on the course.

Shoes are required. No cleats.

Restroom facilities will be provided at the event. Do not urinate or defecate on or near the course.

Registration is closed when the maximum capacity is reached. Earlier waves tend to fill up the fastest.

Any participant who disobeys course official instructions may be disqualified and/or removed from the race at the discretion of the course official and race director. Violations include unsportsmanlike behavior, offensive language and conduct, nudity, improper or irresponsible behavior, or the inability to complete an obstacles.

If a participant chooses to leave the course, they may not return without the express permission of the race director.

Any participant caught cheating, or skipping sections of the course is subject to disqualification.

Participants not wearing an official bib number and timing device are disqualified.

Non-participants and non-spectators are prohibited from entering the course, unless they have written approval from event officials.

Hildervat Race medical personnel are authorized to examine participants who appear to be injured. Medical personnel have the discretion to remove participants from the event.

Participants assume all responsibility for any and all medical expenses incurred during the event. Participant responsibility includes but is not limited to hospitalization, ambulance transportation or physician services.

Second Half Events, LLC reserves the right to cancel, delay, or move the race due to severe weather, national emergency, terrorist attack, earthquake, tsunami, flood, or other act of god.

The Hildervat Race officials reserve the right to modify any event rule at any time for any reason.

Participants are responsible for knowing and understanding the published rules, including any modifications, prior to the event.

If you cannot swim, or are not completely confident that you can complete a deep water or swimming obstacle, do not attempt it. A fitness-oriented challenge is always available in lieu of swimming. Swim at your own risk.

Spectators and competitors are forbidden from bringing alcoholic beverages or coolers of any kind onto the property. Beer will be sold onsite to individuals over 21 years of age on race day.

Spectators and non-competitors are strictly forbidden from entering the race course.