Ragnar Trail New Jersey
Ragnar Trail New Jersey, formerly called the Ragnar Trail Wawayanda Lake, is bringing you the ultimate weekend getaway. Teams come together at Wawayanda State Park, located just 50 miles outside the lights of New York City in northern New Jersey, making it the perfect way to escape the city for an unforgettable running adventure.
You’ll set up camp at Ragnar Village next to the shores of Wawayanda Lake and conquer a series of three trail loops, relay-style, for two days and one glorious night. That’s right, the race doesn’t stop when the sun goes down, so be prepared to run through the night where your headlamp and a blanket of a billions stars will illuminate your path.
You’ll run through the woods in the fall foliage with canopies of trees overhead and stunning lake views along the way. These trails are some of the most technical in the series, so get ready for an epic challenge.
When you’re not running, you’ll be cheering on runners, partying around the campfire, roasting s’mores, sharing stories and enjoying the festival atmosphere. Grab your most adventurous friends to make this the best weekend ever!
Did you know that this race is part of a series of runs? If you like this race you may want to run one of the following Ragnar Trail Relay events.
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