The Ragnar Trail Relay is a gritty trifecta of the most scenic trail loops Mother Nature can serve up. Each trail loop begins and ends at Ragnar Villageā„¢. Teams will run relay style, rotating through all three loops.

Ragnar Trail Snowmass, CO

June 5-6, 2015

Snowmass Resort

Overview

When we ran the trails at Snowmass we had a hard time catching our breath, literally and figuratively. Between the views of snowcapped peaks, fields of wildflowers, and amazingly groomed single-track we are in trail runner love. Snowmass Resort sits above 8000’ and backs up to the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness.

Each of the three loops in this Ragnar Trail Relay provides epic views and amazing single-track. Caution – you may be shocked by the beauty.

In addition, Snowmass Resort offers world class lodging, incredible food, swimming pools, hot tubs, massage, and much more. This destination was built for the Ragnar Trail Relay and this event was built for you.


The Wilderness Workshop’s mission is to protect and conserve the wilderness and natural resources of the Roaring Fork Watershed, the White River National Forest, and adjacent public lands.
WW is a non-profit organization that engages in research, education, legal advocacy and grassroots organizing to protect the ecological integrity of local landscapes and public lands. We focus on the monitoring and conservation of air and water quality, wildlife species and habitat, natural communities and lands of wilderness quality.

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Hurry, registration closes on May 7, 2015
Regular (8 person)
$1360.00
$170 per runner
Ultra (4 person)
$800.00
$200 per runner
High School (8 person)
$480.00
$60 per runner
3.25% transaction fee will be added to registrations

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