CAMP ELEVATION FAQs
What can I expect during my camp?
- Daily Runs with our coaches and staff
- Personalized coaching and an individualized training program
- Three healthy meals a day and snacks
- Expert staff to lecture on: training theory, how to set up a training program, exercise physiology, sports psychology…
- Time to relax and enjoy the surrounding area
- See the town of Buena Vista, Leadville and Salida
- An afternoon at the Mount Princeton Hot Springs
- Some trips will have the opportunity to climb a 14er (peak at 14,000 feet)
- Some trips will include a raft down the colorado river
Can my non-runner spouse/friend come too?
Absolutely! Though it will mean more time spent in a at the house or sight seeing around on their own, the panoramas around town, the hiking opportunities, the fishing opportunities and other outdoor opportunities are endless, and only a relatively small portion of each day will be spent on the run. They will still get to enjoy plenty of sightseeing, cultural immersion and relaxation (as long as they don’t mind hanging out with a group of runners!). They are also welcome and encouraged to walk during the run portions of the day.
Do I need to be an fast runner or elite running to come to camp?
Absolutely not, as a matter of fact we feel as long as your passion is to improve your running you are the perfect person for camp elevation. If you are a walk runner and want to learn more about all aspects of running and improving you running you are welcome and we think we can encourage you and find a way to inspire you and your lifestyle.
What if I come to camp alone?
Solo campers are welcome and make up the majority of our clients on Camp Elevation. We will place you with a same-sex roommate where each of you will have your own bed and space. Right now the house is a bit cozy but in future years we will be able to give you the option of your own room.