Ragnar Trail Texas
Ragnar Trail Texas is some of the best trail running you will find in the Lone Star State. Teams of 8 will come together and set up camp at Flat Rock Ranch, about an hour outside of San Antonio. It’s the perfect way to escape to the trails.
Runners conquer a series of three loops over two days and one star-filled night. Take in the natural scenic beauty that Hill Country has to offer, it is known as the Napa Valley of Texas, after all. The runner-friendly single-track trails wind through groves of Texas live oak, over rolling hills, and around granite boulders and prickly pear cacti. Not to mention the expansive views that will have you in awe.
When you’re not running, hang out at Ragnar Village, where you can rest your legs next to the campfire, chow down on s'mores and delicious BBQ, and relax with your team.
Don’t want to do the whole overnight thing? Join the Trail Sprint version of this race happening on the same weekend!
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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