The Best Running Party Under The Stars – Ragnar Trail Carolinas

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A one-of-a-kind race, Ragnar Trail Carolinas is a two-day, overnight adventure relay run.

Join us October 5-6 at the Anne Springs Close Greenway in South Carolina.

The Ragnar Trail Carolinas is more than a race, it is a unique way to experience adventure and create memories with a team of friends. As a tribe of four to eight “Ragnarians,” you’ll work together to conquer a unique course from sunset to sunrise. Why? Why put yourselves through this? There are too many reasons to list here. Teams come together from all walks of life and various locations for a relay race that they will never forget. Through miles of trails with breathtaking views, there is something special about the Ragnar that keeps bringing people back.

The Ragnar Trail Carolinas Course

Runners will challenge the 16.4-mile course across three loops that range from easy to hard. All of the courses are hand-picked by the Ragnar team. They are designed for runners, by runners, and are as challenging as they are beautiful. The Green Loop takes you through the woods and around a tranquil lake. The Yellow Loop takes runners along a 200-year-old road, over a bridge, and along a rollercoaster of singletrack. The hardest of the bunch, the Red Loop features miles of singletrack bliss, tough climbs, and a lake loop.

The Ragnar Village

The heart and soul of each event, the Ragnar Village is where each trail begins and ends. It is where runners start, finish, and exchange turns. Your home base features a bonfire, S’mores, live music, food, snacks, and of course, billions of stars. There are also glamping options available for teams looking to kick back in style after their run. Additionally, you’ll find partners and gear available to test out and purchase here.

Mark your running calendar for October 5-6 and join the Ragnar Trail Carolinas for a camping adventure with friends, a chance to explore your freedom to roam, and an ultimate weekend you’ll never forget.

Teams can find up-to-date information over at Ready to get started? Register your team here.

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