"We are thrilled to be laced-up for another go at a race that should be found on EVERY southern runner's annual must-do list."

A Blue Ridge Relay Team Captain

Countdown to BRR 2015
Countdown to BRR 2015

The Blue Ridge Relay

Consider All Others... a Warm Up!

sl article pic 1    Featured in Southern Living Magazine!
   September 2007

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2015 Race Date:

September 11-12, 2015 (Friday - Saturday)

160 team cap has been reached!
Wait List is full.
No additional teams will be accepted to the wait list.
2016 registration will open December 1, 2015.

The 160 team cap was reached on Saturday, May 9 and a wait list has been started as of today, Monday, May 11. We are exploring options to determine if we can expand the field...but no promises. To be added to the wait list your entry and entry fee must be submitted. If your team does not receive entry, you will be notified at the latest on August 10 and will receive 100% refund of your entry fee.

As always, thanks for running BRR with us!

Blue Ridge Relay is voted THE Best Road Race

in the 2015 "Best Of" edition of Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.

Thank you to the runners, volunteers, exchange zones and to Blue Ridge Outdoors!

The 208 Mile Blue Ridge Relay (BRR208), which is one of the longest running relay races in the United States, takes place in the picturesque Blue Ridge and Black Mountains of Virginia and North Carolina. The BRR208 consists of maximum 12 person (4 person minimum) teams that rotate through 36 transition areas as they cover the 208-mile distance of the race. Each relay team member runs 3 legs of varying lengths and difficulty and will cover an average total distance of ~16.6 miles. The runners rotate in a set order once the race begins and will be obligated to follow this rotation until the final runner finishes in Asheville, North Carolina!

The BRR208 starts at Grayson Highlands State Park, Grayson County, VA, which is near the base of Mount Rogers (5729'), the highest peak in Virginia. The course primarily follows scenic, country roads as it winds its way through North Carolina's High Country to the finish in Asheville. The course features some of the region's most spectacular scenery including the balds of Grayson Highlands State Park, the New River, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Grandfather Mountain (5964'), and Mount Mitchell (6684'), the highest peak east of the Mississippi River.








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