2017 Camp Information

All of session 1 photos are available online. I’ve started going through session 2 (days 0, 1 and 2 are up). I’ll try my best to get the rest up this week. [8/14]

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About Camp

This unique camp is designed to give campers (ages 13-18) a realistic wilderness running and camping experience. To enjoy and respect wilderness beauty through running, hiking and exploring, at high altitudes are the major objectives of this camp. Group and individual instruction will be given in all areas of distance training and racing, with emphasis on performance improvement through self reliance, personal accountability and teamwork strategies. To enhance personal growth, campers must be willing to adapt to lack of urban conveniences not found in the great outdoors. (i.e. cell phones, iPods, tablets, DVD players, and other technos just invented.)

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Thanks to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge

We want to thank Malheur National Wildlife Refuge for being so accommodating in allowing towards us on our alternate “Big Day”.

From left to right: Carey Goss, Wildlife Refuge Specialist; Suzanne McConnell, Administrative Assistant; Eddie Clark, Refuge Volunteer; Jeff Mackay, Deputy Manager. Along with Bridget (2012 Olympian) and Ladia (World Mt. Running Team)

From left to right: Carey Goss, Wildlife Refuge Specialist; Suzanne McConnell, Administrative Assistant; Eddie Clark, Refuge Volunteer; Jeff Mackay, Deputy Manager. Along with Bridget (2012 Olympian) and Ladia (World Mt. Running Team)

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