Most Ragnar Relays are staged on open roads. The nature of the race, being 170 miles and running through many different towns and counties, means that we would be unable to close the entire route. In many places, however, you will be able to run on paved paths, and there may be sections that are run on trails. Occasionally we will close a small section of road should it be paramount to runner safety.
Safety is our number one priority, and we ask you to take appropriate precautions and focus on being a safe runner. You will receive a mandatory safety briefing the day of the event, and can find all rules and safety guidelines in the Race Bible.