Ragnar Trail Tahoe: Run, Camp, Run, Repeat
It is 1 a.m. and I am trudging up a steep trail in the Sierra Nevadas. I’m jogging (barely) up the hill; my headlamp illuminates the patch of ground just ahead of my feet. On the trail above me there is a chain of glimmering dots, the lights of other runners ahead of me. They shine along the mountain side like spectral lampposts, swinging in the wind. I am tired. I’ve already run 19 miles today, and I need to finish this six-mile loop before I can collapse into a tent for a few hours. This is hard. This is exciting and beautiful. This is unlike anything I’ve done before. This is Ragnar.
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