Wrangle a group of friends to traverse the sidewalks, backroads, bike paths, paved trails, and road shoulders of some of the coolest destinations in the U.S. (Napa Valley, the Adirondacks, and so many more). Like a true relay, one runner is on the ground at a time, while the rest of the team travels in hand-decorated vans, cheering you on at various points along the way. You'll tag-team the course, which typically lasts about last two full days. Yes, you'll be running in the dark (with headlamps and safety gear, of course). You'll also be running on adrenaline and very little sleep.
Ragnar Relay - 200ish miles divided among 12 runners (you can also create an Ultra team of 6 runners); so you can expect to run 11-24 miles. Unlike a half or full marathon, though, your distance will be broken up into 3 separate legs.
Ragnar Trail - 200ish miles divided among 8 runners; so you can expect to run 14-16. Unlike a half or full marathon, though, your distance will be broken up into 3 separate legs.
For more information, go to runragnar.com
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