The exciting Conference schedule provides a high energy mix of action with group runs presented by New Balance and Hoka, workshops on running form, uphill technique, downhill technique, stretching and flexibility, as well as speaker panel sessions on subjects from trail advocacy, creating trail running in our communities, effective training & remaining injury free, and many more…see full details of the schedule> read more
Star athletes attending the Conference include Team USA members Sage Canaday, Zach Miller, Shannon Payne, and renowned trail, mountain, and ultra runners Darcy Africa, Michele Yates, Nick Clark, Nancy Hobbs, Richard Bolt, Adam Chase, and many more…
Sponsors and exhibitors at the expo during the Conference include New Balance and Hoka (with demo shoes for runners to trial), Ultraspire, Smartwool, VFuel, Boulder Running Company, Flatirons Running, Fleet Feet Sports Boulder, Marathon & Beyond, Aspire, IMBA & Colorado Life
The Conference also features a Trail Running Film Festival on Friday evening, October 10, at the Reel Mountain Theater in downtown Estes Park. The evening features two movies, Trail Climbs Sharply, a film that follows three local runners as they compete in the US Mountain Running Series and the national Championships, and the US premier of MUT Runner, a film by Sage Canaday about the evolution in the sport of Mountain-Ultra-Trail running: Top runners and ambassadors of the sport talk about changing race dynamics, speed training, prize money, international travel, sponsorship, the future, and what motivates/inspires them to run. Including informative training advice and footage from around the world!
Registration is open, although places are limited. Cost for either Friday October 10, or Saturday October 11, is $25.00 – cost for both days is just $45.00
Contact us for more information on Active Mind Race Camps™, or personalized mental preparation coaching.
Also check out the training camps from Active at Altitude here in Estes Park:
Women’s Running Camps
Trail Running Camps
Triathlon Training Camps