Friday, June 16

Packet Pick Up: 4:30 to 8 PM

Location: Mount Horeb High School, 305 S 8th St, Mt Horeb, WI 53572

Food Service: Meals for purchase from Sunn Café 5 to 7:30 PM

Expo: Nutrition (Mount Horeb Pharmacy), Bike Parts/Soft Service (Bicycle World), HHH Merchandise (Friends of Blue Mound State Park)

Saturday, June 17

Packet Pick Up: 5:30 to 7:00 AM

Location: Blue Mounds State Park, 4350 Mounds Park Rd., Blue Mounds, WI 53517 (TOP OF THE PARK).  This is also where you will PARK, finish, and post-ride activities will take place.

Ride Start

Location: Village of Blue Mounds (corner of Division and Main Street)

Start Times: It is essential that you do not start early, this is a safety hazard and forbidden by local authorities.

–       6:45AM / 200KM

–       7:00AM / 150KM

–       7:15AM / 100KM

Registration Transfers

To transfer your registration to another participant, please email [email protected] with who is transferring and who is receiving (first name, last name, email) by midnight on Tuesday, June 13.

Aid Stations

Three full aid stations plus several additional stations with water only.

Basic Nutrition (All Full Aid Stations): Skratch Rehydration, Skratch Chews, Honey Stinger Waffles, Honey Stinger Gels (including caffeinated chews and gels).

Extra Nutrition: County K & Black Earth: sandwiches/roll ups (turkey, ham, PB/Jelly), pickles, berries, bananas, watermelon, beef jerky, M&M’s, COKE, just to name a few. 

Festge (Sponsored by TREK): Think Beach Party!

Post-Ride Activities

Food: Burgers, Chicken Breasts, Vegan garden burgers, Aztlan Mexican vegetarian casserole, Vegetarian baked beans, Pasta salad, Fruit Salad, Soda, Chocolate milk, cookies, and Culvers custard.

Adult Beverages: Delta Beer (Holy Schist IPA), Brix Cider (Hard Cider)

Trek Recovery Tent

Entertainment: (Outdoor amphitheater)

  • Noon to 3 PMRed Door Duo (Singer/Songwriter/International Fingerstyle Guitar Champion, Helen Avakian joining forces with Dave Irwin, acclaimed jazz, bluegrass, and Brazilian Guitarist/Vocalist. Music includes the American songbook, contemporary covers, as well as upbeat reinterpretations of Baroque and Classical masterworks.)
  • 3 PM to 6 PMHoot’n Annie (a vocal centric string band based in Madison, Wisconsin. They love to play songs that are fun to sing in harmony backed by fiddle, banjo, ukulele bass, harmonica, cello and guitar.)


The current forecast is showing a chance of rain and temperatures in the high 70’s.  However, those that live in the Midwest know it can turn on a dime.  That being said, our biggest concern is rider safety, so in the event of rain or lightning please use your best judgement and follow course marshal instructions on course.

As is the case every summer in Wisconsin, there have been several roads on the course that have been chip sealed.  What does this mean? They may have some extra loose gravel, so be cautious no sharp turns or hard braking in those areas. 

  • As of Friday recently chip sealed roads include
    • County Highway ID (Short stint ~1/2 mile beginning of ride out of Blue Mounds)
    • Moyer Road between Ryan and County F
    • Zwettler between County F and County K 

Volunteering & Donations

We always could use a few more volunteers, if you have friends or family coming out pass the word, volunteer slots can be signed up for in RunSignUp.

Money raised by the Friends of Blue Mound State Park over the years through the Horribly Hilly Hundreds is in excess of 1 million dollars!  The money raised has funded projects including the four-season Friends shelter, pool updates, playground equipment, solar projects, and mountain bike trails to name a few.  Upcoming projects include a new woodshed including parking pad for an all access track chair for mobile challenged individuals and a rebuild of the parks outdoor amphitheater.

Help support upcoming projects and Friends of Blue Mound State Park by becoming a member or making a donation.