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Overall Rating (1 Review)
4
(1 Ratings)(1 Review)
DIFFICULTY
5
SCENERY
5
PRODUCTION
4
SWAG
5
Reebok Ragnar Reach the Beach (RTB) is more than a relay race; it’s an overnight adventure, yearly tradition and community celebration all rolled into one. And as always, NO volunteers are required. Start your adventure in Bretton Woods, where your team will run along alpine lakes, rolling hills, covered bridges … MORE
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    bibster FIRST-TIMER '16

    A couple days in a van with sleep deprivation and six sweaty partners - what could be better. The website has all the details so I won't bother digging into … MORE

    A couple days in a van with sleep deprivation and six sweaty partners – what could be better. The website has all the details so I won’t bother digging into that except to say the race is well managed – medals were awesome but the kale salad at the end was not what the body was craving.

    This is all really about how well you like the people you are sharing the van with. You have to enjoy the conversation, music and disorganization that comes with sharing a small space for 200 miles and 30 hours straight. You really don’t need to get along with the other van on your team – you only see them a couple times. We rolled out the sleeping bags for a couple hours twice but it was loud with other vans rolling in. I got very little sleep, maybe two hours in 30 hours.

    The runs during the night were fun and the team spirit on our team was terrific. As expected, the last leg for each runner was tough but made you feel a sense of accomplishment.

    I enjoyed the race very much but it was entirely because I had an awesome group of runners in my van.

    DIFFICULTY
    5
    PRODUCTION
    4
    SCENERY
    5
    SWAG
    5

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    M_Sohaskey Nov 13, 2016 at 11:06pm

    Totally agree! I just ran Ragnar Napa Valley and had a great time simply because my teammates (and the scenery) were awesome, despite some disappointing course management by the Ragnar… MORE

    Totally agree! I just ran Ragnar Napa Valley and had a great time simply because my teammates (and the scenery) were awesome, despite some disappointing course management by the Ragnar folks. Clearly they're counting on the camaraderie to win you over and leave a positive impression. And as much as I envy you being able to squeeze in those two hours of sleep, I guess we made up for it by having pizza rather than kale awaiting us at the finish line. :) LESS

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