October 2019 | 8:30am - 4:30pm
Button Up Your Flannels!
What Are TLG?
The Ledge Games represent the opportunity for everyday people to live out that outdoor, lumberjack lifestyle you may dream about but don't live during the rest of the year.
It's a day filled with beards, flannels, beer, swinging things, friendly competition and most importantly good people. When you compete in The Ledge Games events, you're in pursuit of a badge of honor worth bragging about for an entire year.
The events at TLG are designed for competitors of all sizes & abilities to compete. The events focus on both finesse & strength with a healthy mix between the two.
The Ledge Games are inspired by an event, that started in Red Cliff, CO called Man of the Cliff. They've been running in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado since 2009. We started competing at Man of the Cliff in 2014, and we had so much fun that we had to setup an event in WI. Hats off + cheers to Man of the Cliff for doing it so well and backing an incredible cause, First Descents!
The Ledge Games aren’t just a competition to show off your timber skills. We’re also raising money to help make the community that we live in a better place.
100% of event proceeds will go to support The Ledge Games Scholarship. This scholarship will make education more accessible & affordable for students focusing on engineering, manufacturing, and technology at Moraine Park Technical College in Fond du Lac, WI. We're excited to donate funds from the event and our sponsors to such a great foundation to help the community.
To learn more about how scholarships benefit Moraine Park students, click here!
Donated in 2017!
Donated in 2016!
Man of the ledge!
The men’s division is open to all men looking to secure bragging rights & claim the title of “Man of the Ledge”! The events & equipment are designed for competitors of all shapes, sizes + abilities. Registration is open to the first 80 men competitors!
Woman of the ledge!
The women's division is back for The Ledge Games 2018. The women will compete in all of the same events the men do, with a few equipment modifications for some of the events. Registration open to the first 20 women competitors!