Ragnar Relay returns to Copper Mountain on August 10th. In teams of 12 or 6, runners make their way from Copper to Aspen/Snowmass across 200 miles of the Colorado Rockies. The best views and challenging terrain will have you feeling a Rocky Mountain runner’s high.
Dubbed as one of the hardest Ragnar Relays in the series – this overnight run will have you tacking single-track trails and backwoods roads and might just literally take your breath away. There’s nothing quite like the Rocky Mountain Runner’s High and no doubt Ragnarians will create stories of a lifetime. To register visit www.ragnarrelay.com
What is a Ragnar Relay?
You and 11 of your craziest friends (or 5 of your crazier friends for an ultra team) pile into two vans and tag team running 200(ish) miles, day and night, relay-style. Only one runner hits the road at a time. Each participant runs three times, with each leg ranging between 3-10 miles and varying in difficulty. So, from the elite runner down to the novice jogger, it's the perfect race for anyone.
How would Ragnarians describe a Ragnar Relay?
“Slap happy half washed sleep deprived Awesomeness… with some running along the way” – Jeffery B.
“The Best push your self-to-the-limit adventure that gives you the opportunity to be a part of badasses who will help you achieve your goals and have the experience of a lifetime jam packed into 48 hours and complete with a medal and matching shirts!” – Meredith E.
From August 10 – 12, experience the best guitar playing in the world at the 14 annual Guitar Town. The weekend includes three days of free acoustic and electric performances, guitar workshops, free guitar repairs from the Guitar Center and music activities for the kids.
Inspired by themes of environment and mountain culture, the brings together a variety of performances, installations, exhibitions, screenings, workshops, talks, and surprise collaborations, with an eclectic mix of music, theater, film, visual and street arts, and family entertainment.