Three Degrees of Hell
It will be a HELL of a good time! Run three races and earn up to four medals! You earn one medal for each race and a fourth if you do all three! Sticking with the "Lucky in Vegas" theme with the numbers 7 and 21. Runners will either run a 7K or 7-miler during each race. If you run all three, you will have run a Lucky 21K or Lucky 21-miler!
The first race takes place on the trails in beautiful Bitter Springs in the evening (about 30 minutes north of Las Vegas.) The second race takes place the next morning on the trails in the breathtaking Rainbow Gardens in Las Vegas. The final race takes place that evening at majestic Whitney Mesa in Henderson (about 15 minutes outside of Las Vegas.) There will be an awards ceremony, pizza party, and swim party to end the race series at Whitney Ranch.
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 Triple Dare Running events.
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