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This is a chance to get moving and earn an impressive finisher medal at your own pace at a distance and place that is best for you. Pioneers averaged 25 miles a day on the old trail to the coast. If you're to believe the Oregon Trail computer game, 98 percent died of dysentery, drowning or snake bites.You could do a 5k, 10k, or half/full marathon and come out with nothing more than a blister and some chaffed nipples. Go ahead and take on the full Oregon Trail (2,000 miles) in increments. Or don't. It's been said that every time someone finishes the Oregon Trail Pace Race a baby oxen gets it's horns. Is that how nature works?
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