You May Be Strong, But Are You Viking Strong?

Access to the storied Viking Obstacle Course is included with any stay at Sunny Hill Resort. Try it during your stay.

Join us for a variety of special events and training days

Come as an individual or use teamwork to tackle the course. These family friendly events feature no parking or spectator fees.

The Course

Our Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) World Championship qualified obstacle course is 5.5 miles with more than 35 obstacles, including rope climbs, wall climbs, log balancing, and so many more.

The course is permanently located in and around the grounds, woods and hills of Sunny Hill Resort in the Great Northern Catskills of Greene County, New York. The course was designed by Rob Butler, an experienced obstacle course racer and designer, of Shale Hill Adventure Farm, Vermont.

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Viking Obstacle Course Training

The Viking Obstacle Course is open to the public as a training facility for individuals and groups spring through fall.

If you are a guest of Sunny Hill Resort, use of the obstacle course is included in your all-inclusive stay. Please contact the main office for more details.

Those who wish to train on the Viking Obstacle Course at Sunny Hill can do so with the purchase of a day pass:

Individuals: $25
Groups (10+): $20 pp
Season Pass: $200

“...The biggest point is that everything is on site. No more hosing off with cold water from a garden hose, go back to your room and take a warm shower. No more chowing a power bar after the race, just walk over to lunch. We think this is the future (fixed obstacle course at a resort) of obstacle course racing and Sunny Hill has started it out on the right foot by setting the bar pretty high!...”
— Dawn D. – Trip Advisor
“With a great blend of climbing, crawling, traversing – open trail (even golf courses) and boggy marshy swamp to wade, Sunny Hill has everything an OCR enthusiast of any level needs – elites were having a tough time with challenges like the monkey bars – many losing their band there – and us open wave, every day folks were just plain having fun!”
— Paul Jones of the New England Spahtens