Ragnar Trail Kentucky
Ragnar Trail Kentucky, formerly known as Kentuckiana, is a relay and the wild-child’s idea of a good time in the woods. Runners will set up camp at Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation Area, a hidden gem beyond the daily grind you’ll leave behind for a long weekend.
Make this race a full-blown three day adventure and join a day early on Thursday to set up camp and party with runners, friends, co-workers and family.
On Friday, teams of 8 (or 4) take on a series of three challenging trail loops that begin and end at Ragnar Village; the beating, humming heart of the weekend where you’ll stoke the campfire, sleep (?), and fuel up on s’mores.
The trails, oh the trails! Come experience nature at its most raw with technical, winding loops, blooming redbuds, and panoramic views of the Ohio River. When the sun sets, you’ll head into the dark for a spirit-quest, soul-searching, moon-lit night of running, where the real memories are made.
The race doesn’t end until each member of your team has completed all three trails and has a cache of wild stories to tell. Trails, hills, a campfire party and moonlit running...don’t miss your call for an adventure at its purest form.
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 Relay South events.
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