HILDERVAT Obstacle Course Races
All Abilities Courses Helping Athletes Feel Like Victorious Warriors
Crush Goals – Conquer Fears – Grow Confidence – Renew Passions
Obstacle Course Racing is one of the fastest growing sports that have people around the globe feeling like victorious warriors, regardless of where you place in the race.
Our wish for everyone who runs in one of our races is that they gain the confidence to crush unbelievable goals, ultimately gaining a new passion for life.
Are you ready to tackle the ever changing course that has had such a positive impact on each and every one of our racers.
We love obstacle course racing and hope you are able to enjoy the new and exciting obstacles we think up each and every race.
We strive to develop and deliver extraordinary experiences for adaptive athletes, their supporters, and our partners.
We are committed to providing our racers and adaptive athletes with a jammed packed obstacle courses. Variety and adventure are something that we strive for each and every race.
We are committed to:
Obstacle Course Variety
Team Unity & Camaraderie
A Fun Time For Everyone
Obstacle Course Descriptions
Multiple Attempt Obstacle. Athletes must pull their designated cinder block from behind the pulling line. Crossing the line will result in obstacle failure. Once the block has touched the wood base by the athletes’ feet, the athlete must pick up the cinder block and carry it back to its original position for the next athlete. Failure to do so will result in obstacle non-completion.
Multiple Attempt Obstacle limited to 3 attempts. Athletes must run to one of the ropes at the top of the quarter pipe. Athletes may (but do not have to) use the rope to climb over the top of the quarter pipe. Once on top of the quarter pipe, athletes climb down the back of the obstacle to exit. As a reminder, any assistance given to or received from other athletes on this or any other obstacle may result in obstacle non-completion.
Athletes must stay under the barbed wire/tape/fencing for the entirety of the obstacle. Failure to do so will result in obstacle non-completion.
Select the item to be carried (bag, bucket or log) and carry throughout the marked course. Return the the item to the designated Male/Female area.
Participants will not be allowed to drag, roll, throw or push the item.
Participants must cross this obstacle without their feet ever touching the ground. Participants begin with rings and monkey bars. Feet may NOT be used to traverse rings or monkey bars. Suspended ropes and pipes follow. Feet MAY be used on these portions of the obstacle. Participants may NOT use any part of the rig structure to assist in crossing the rig. Participants may not hang from the top parts of the structure at any time, they may only use the attachments such as rings, monkey bars, ropes, pipes. Participants may use the chains or hanging apparatus to navigate the obstacle. The obstacle is considered complete when participants ring the bell. If participants touch the bell but it does not ring, the obstacle is not considered complete. Participants must attempt to ring the bell again, the bell MUST ring before their feet touch the ground or the obstacle is considered failed and must be attempted again.
Multiple Attempt Obstacle. Athletes must go over each log presented to them. Failure to do so will result in obstacle non-completion.
Athletes must use one of the designated lanes and may use only their hands on the rungs. Use of feet or legs will result in obstacle non-completion.
Slip Multiple Attempt Obstacle limited to 3 attempts. Athletes must scale the wall in one of the designated lanes, which are designated by ropes hanging from the top of the obstacle. Failure to do so will result in obstacle non-completion. Please note that the use of a rope for assistance is not mandatory.
Multiple Attempt Obstacle. Climb over the wall without using the legs of the wall to boost yourself over. Use of the support bracing, sides of wall, or straps to get over the wall will result in obstacle non-completion.
Traverse the wall laterally only using the hand and foot blocks and upright supports within a single lane. Participants must ring the bell to complete the obstacle
Touching the ground, the top of the wall or the top or bottom of any of the cut-outs will result in obstacle failure.
Laterally traverse the wall only using hands upon and within the holds and holes within a single lane.
Touching the top of the obstacle, not ringing the bell, touching the ground or using your feet in any hold and holes will result in failure.
Multiple Attempt Obstacle. Pull the rope to raise the weight until it touches the truss at the top of the obstacle. The weight will then need to be lowered in a controlled fashion as to not drop the weight.
Failure to reach the top truss will result in a burpee penalty
Mount the rope closest to the start point. Traverse the rope without touching the ground. Ring the bell with hands only