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VIRGINIA CITY — Considered one of the most haunted places in the country, Virginia City, Nev., hosts Redrun, a zombie-themed six-mile race Oct. 12, 2013, produced by Liquid Blue Events, a Reno-based event production company.
Considered the most authentic zombie run on the planet, race participants traverse six miles of Virginia City hills and historical landmarks, including the cemetery, China Town, the original Virginia & Truckee train station and tunnel as well as downtown Virginia City. Throughout the run, participants are chased by zombies with one goal – capture the runner’s flags.
The race course is also riddled with obstacles aptly themed including the Blood Bath and “Soul Redemption,” where participants must work with others to carry a body bag 250 yards up steep terrain in order to earn an extra flag.
To add to the fun, six revive stations are located throughout the course, each supplied with water, sports drinks and, of course, beer to allow runners to rest up.
Interested runners can register for Redrun as a living runner, a living dead or a living insane. To register visit redrunvc.com.
After Redrun, the Zombie Manifestival takes place in downtown Virginia City on C Street with live music by The Spazmatics and a Redrum Bar Crawl spanning 13 historic bars and saloons in Virginia City.
For more information on Redrun visit online at redrunvc.com.
For more information on Virginia City, Nev., visit www.visitvirginiacitynv.com or call the Virginia City Tourism Commission (VCTC) at 775-847-7500.
A short 30-minute drive from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport takes visitors to one of the largest historic districts in the Unites States – Virginia City, Nev. Come experience this mining “boomtown” as it was in the 1800’s. Step back in time while visiting the numerous historic buildings, saloons, churches and museums or take a mine tour or even ride a real steam train. The Comstock Adventure Passes offer the best value with discounted attraction packages. For lodging, event calendar or Comstock Adventure Passes, visit online or call 775-847-7500. The Visitor Information Center is located at 86 South C Street, Virginia City.