Trail Run Camp
Hold the date:June 4-6 2021
Join Us for an Amazing Weekend (details to be updated soon)
Want to learn more about trail running?
Looking to improve your technical skills, strength and fitness?
Simply craving to explore amazing trails and meet other runners?
If yes, then please join us for an amazing weekend of trail running June 4-6, 2021 in stunning Blue Mountain, Ontario!
After the long, drawn-out winter and spring, this weekend will be a perfect time to devote more time to yourself and your training. Your running legs will get their fix exploring new terrain while fine tuning your technical skills. Your mind will be filled with new ideas and knowledge on how to take your training further. Your motivation will be fueled by the energy of others. And your rest, recovery and fuelling in between runs will be taken care of!
Over the course of the weekend you will:
Participate in structured runs that will teach pacing, endurance, strength and speed
Gain experience and confidence with on-trail technical tips and tricks, hill training coaching, and endurance strategies
Learn how to become a more efficient and effective runner
Engage in stimulating discussions pertaining focusing on ultra running, injury prevention, nutrition and recovery and more.
Who is this for?
You don't need to be a hard-core trail runner (although you can be!)-you just need to have a passion for the trails and eager to have fun, relax and learn more about yourself. All runs can be tailored according to different paces and distances, although you must be able to run a minimum of 10k. Grab a training partner (or come solo and meet others) and join us for an amazing weekend!
What's Included with Registration
Begins Friday evening (option to meet for afternoon run) and ends Sunday after lunch
2 night accommodation in ski-style chalet (with outdoor hot tub)
Delicious & healthy meals
Planned & guided running routes in stunning Blue Mountain (yes, there will be hills!)
Multiple discussions on training, running longer, running smarter, injury prevention and more
Feedback on your running technique
A pair of groovy "Run for the Mountains" socks from Canadian Trail Running Co
Awesome draw prizes from some amazing sponsors
In other words-everything is taken care of! Just have to show up with your running gear!
Cost Per Person
Registration is based on room type. The following rates are per person:
shared room (2-3 per room)-single bed: $475
private room-queen bed: $510
private room-queen bed semi-ensuite: $525
private room-queen bed full ensuite: $545
*limited number of private rooms; available first come first serve basis
*to inquire about the cost for a shared queen bed, please contact me
Sample Itinerary (subject to change)
This will be an amazing weekend all about the trails! I’m so excited to share with you some of my favorite routes in the area-you will get your pick of scenery, climbing, solitude, gentle or technical terrain etc…there is a little bit of everything! We will also be sharing some of our favorite tips—not just on how to become a more efficient, stronger and faster runner, but also how to embrace the true meaning of running and get more satisfaction from it.
The weekend officially kicks off around 6pm with a Meet ‘n Greet followed by dinner. For those of you that can arrive earlier, please join us for a mid-afternoon easy run where we focus on technical skills.
We begin the day with a light breakfast, then settle with nice warm coffee/tea and participate in a short group discussion while our food digests. We then head out for our morning run, where will focus on fun ways to incorporate some quality on the trails.
After our run, we will replenish our body with lunch (and maybe a soak in the hot tub?) and another group discussion/active workshop i.e. strength training. There will then be a little bit down time to do as you please before dinner.
In the evening, it’s time to put up your feet, enjoy a savoury meal, engage in a lively discussion and hopefully win one of the amazing draw prizes!
After grabbing a light breakfast, we’ll take a short drive to one of my favorite trails for our last group run. This will be a bit longer in duration. We then finish off with lunch, going over any last-minute questions, tips and goal setting ideas.
Potential Topics for Discussions
Common training pitfalls
Tips for getting better/faster on the trails
Training for longer distances and/or ultras
Strength training for trails
Technique and Form
Running for life
Establishing your training plan
*All runs are set up so that they can be run at yourpace—so it doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or seasoned runner, or fast vs slower runner. These runs are for you and you get to decide on the amount that you want to be challenged.