The Fourth event in the Capt'n Karl's Trail Series
"EVERYBODY JUST RELAX MAN, WE HAVE YA ALL NIGHT LONG" Jerry Garcia
Our night time trail series concludes most appropriately at one of the best privately owned adventure parks in all of Texas, the amazing Reveille Peak Ranch! This park is located 55 miles northwest of Austin in the historic town of Burnet. The amenities at RPR are first class & we will be taking advantage of this by providing our runners, spectators & volunteers with a series finale party. But first, runners will be treated to unique & spectacular geological formations. Navigating over large rock domes with amazing views, while tackling the most elevation gain of our four venues (3812 ft). This course really has it all….single track, exposure, tree-covered woods, hills & technicality. All to challenge even the most seasoned trail runner.
This map is approximate. Address is: 105 Co Rd 114, Burnet, TX 78611
Start: 7pm Sat, End 7am Sun (60k 7:00pm; 30k 7:30; 20k & 10k 8:00; 5k 8:30; 12 Hour Limit)
The Penultimate Event In The Capt'n Karl's Trail Series
by Pam Harght
by Julie Schmal
"Those who don’t take a chance, won’t get a chance."
Capt'n Karl (Brad & Nyla Quinn's late father-in-law/father who this series is named)
“Y’all! These are SO much fun in some of the most beautiful places in Texas. Nyla & Brad take care of their entrants and treat them like family.” Laura Euckert
"I'm so looking forward to the series - these are hands down my favorite races of the year."
Celena Dopart, TX Trail Running Champion
"I Can't Put My Finger On What It Is Exactly, But Capt'n Karl's Trail Series Are My Favorite Races In The World. I Always Look Forward To Summer Because Of Them. Thank You A Million For Doing Them!"
Julie Koepke, TX Trail Running Champion
"Hi Brad, I wanted to thank you for such an amazing race and express my sincere gratitude for how well organized everything was. The aid stations were life saving and so well stocked, not sure I could have finished the 30k without all the ice/water/snacks and positive energy coming from all the volunteers. It was physically grueling and mentally challenging but I’d do it again next week knowing how well run it is."
- Steve Z.