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Ragnar Trail Texas

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Ragnar Trail Texas route

The course involves a series of 3 loops. Total Course Mileage = 15.50 Miles. For full details, please visit:

Green Loop (Easy):

Distance: 3.00 miles
Elevation Gain: 401.47 feet

After leaving Ragnar Village on single-track you will quickly find yourself in a wide tree filled grove. You might think you are hallucinating if you run past some longhair goats but you are not. This is where they hang out. Who knew? They picked a great spot because this quick little loop is a nice cool shaded spot. Enjoy the single-track and you’ll be baa-baa-back at the Ragnar Village in no time at all.

Yellow Loop (Intermediate):

Distance: 5.00 miles
Elevation Gain: 471.00 feet

This trail has the most varied terrain and the best views of the entire course. It starts by skirting the edge of a limestone shelf and then starts to climb. After half a dozen switchbacks you will be rewarded with a view of Flat Rock Ranch below, but maybe it’s not so flat. Now with a big ole grin on your face you can start the quick decent back to Ragnar Village. This last two miles is fast but be careful, the trail shoots through a few spots where the trees get tight. So don’t wear a set of longhorns as your costume on this loop.

Red Loop (Hard):

Distance: 7.50 miles
Elevation Gain: 466.00 feet

This trail is fun. You’ll hit great single-track that moves like a rollercoaster and banks like a bobsled. Just paste a smile on your face and get moving.

Event Details

What’s Included

Race timing

Finisher medals

Awards for top finishers

Ragnar Village and all its amenities



Standard Team:

The classic Ragnar Trail experience – a full team of 8 runners conquering breathtaking (literally) trails and hanging at Ragnar Village. Sleep not included.

Ultra Team:

For an even more challenging experience, four runners take on the whole course. So get ready for extra mileage, two servings of s'mores, and even less sleep.

High School Team:

Available to actual high schoolers only. Immature grown-ups don't qualify. Don't worry, your track coach can help set up your tent, if you ask nicely.

Raceday Logistics

Please refer to the Trail Guide for up-to-date and detailed information, available at:


Race Start Date: October 18 2019
Race End Date: October 19 2019
Volunteer Start Date: September 20 2019
Volunteer End Date: October 13 2019
Registration Opens: January 01 2019
Registration Closes: September 10 2019
Start Times Posted: September 20 2019
Online Runner Invite Deadline: October 13 2019
Team Name Change Deadline: September 18 2019
Pay For Volunteers Deadline: October 13 2019

Ragnar Village:

This is the heart and soul of the event. Each trail begins and ends in Ragnar Village. It is the start line, the finish line, and the exchange point. After each loop you will return to the support of your teammates and the adulation of the teams around you. Ragnar Village will be complete with:

• Bonfire

• Food & snacks (Friday night dinner included for each runner)

• S’mores

• Partner tents

• Music

• Billions of stars


We love to partner with local community groups in the areas we run through. We have 36 exchange points along our course plus water stations and sometimes crossing assistants or course directional locations that all need volunteers. In exchange for your service we will make a donation to your group! More details at:

Ragnar Trail Texas weather forecast

Clear throughout the day.

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Meet the organiser

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The idea to run an overnight 24+ hour running relay across the mountains of Utah was a lifelong dream of Steve Hill. The dream became a reality in 2004 when Steve, his son Dan and Dan’s college roommate, Tanner Bell, organized the first Wasatch Back Relay, spanning 188 miles from Logan to Park City, UT. Starting small, the Ragnar Relay Series has grown from a single relay in Utah to the largest overnight relay series in the nation. Some call it a movement. We call it Ragnar.



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