Yeah, but there is camping and that's a hard nope.I’ve done three road Ragnars(DC, Cape Cod, and the Keys) and one trail(Richmond). They are by far the most fun I’ve had running. Like you’ve already heard, having a good, drama free group is very helpful. But sometimes you don’t know that until you are out there. So you just have to deal with it sometimes. If you can swing someone who just wanted to come along and drive, that can be very helpful. And one of the biggest things we learned was stop and eat real food. The temptation is to pack a lot of food but you don’t really need it. Stop and eat at least one good meal. It’s a lot of fun but it also takes some planning so let me know if you have any questions.
Also trail Ragnars are pretty fun bc there is no driving.
Interested as well. Four more midwesterners to join @ZellyB 's existing six?Following! I want to do a Ragnar soon.
Tom's Run Relay (http://tomsrunrelay.org/) over Memorial Day weekend in MD/VA is another (and much cheaper!) option. I've been wanting to assemble a team for this one for years, but something always comes up. Maybe in 2019?If the Ragnars look appealing, you might also want to look at relay runs put on by other organizations, too. It’s very similar to the Tuna Run 200 I’ve run a couple of times now and had a blast with! I know around the mid-Atlantic region there’s also the Blue Ridge Relay (for all you hill masochists) and similar relays across VA and SC.