Race Description

The 2016 Wildcat Mountain Challenge, hosted by the Livingston Trail Town Committee and the Sheltowee Trace Association is a 4 stage event requiring participants to sprint, kayak, road bike, and trail run a 15 mile course. 

The Challenge is hosted by the town of Livingston and is held on the scenic Rockcastle River, and on the Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail outside of Livinston. 

Participants may register for the individual competion of the 3-person team. Awards wil lbe given to the top ladies, mens and team finishers. 


2016 Wildcat Mountain Challenge Reviews 3 - 1 reviews

Review 2016 Wildcat Mountain Challenge

3.0/5
Course: 2.0/5
Organization: 0.5/5
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Total lack of organization.

Perhaps the most poorly organized race I've ever witnessed. Race staff including director told racers before the start "there are signs everywhere" only to confess later that signs were not posted. Many racers got lost during the run. Some in the top 5 at the start of the run ended up around 20th due to no directions on the course. You can't tell racers "just go to you see signs" when there are none. The post race awards was just a big apology for their screw ups.

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Contact Information

Name:
Steve Barbour
Email:
wildcatmountainchallenge@gmail.com
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Race Information

  • Location: Livingston, KY
  • Race Date: 07/08/2018 10:00 (Estimated)
  • Categories: Individual Challengers , Teams of 3
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3.0/5
Course: 2.0/5
Organization: 0.5/5
Total lack of organization.

Perhaps the most poorly organized race I've ever witnessed. Race staff including director told racers before the start "there are signs everywhere" only to confess later that signs were not posted. Many racers got lost during the run. Some in the top 5 at the start of the run ended up around 20th due to no directions on the course. You can't tell racers "just go to you see signs" when there are none. The post race awards was just a big apology for their screw ups.

Kevin B.