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Our Location - Suttle Lake offers access to some of the most spectacular trails and ecosystems the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Working with the Forest Service we've put together a week full of learning and running.


The Daily Schedule – Just getting runs on beautiful trails every day is the easy part and you could do that anywhere, anytime. We want you to get something out of this camp you can take home and put to good use in your own running, that’s why we’ll be teaching technical running form, downhill trail running, nutrition guidelines, trail building skills, how to put together a trail training plan, trail etiquette, and more. 


How To Prepare - We want you to enjoy your time at camp and one of the ways to do that is to come prepared. While this is a camp for all abilities, there are some strenuous activities that will test your limits no matter who you are. The stronger you come in, the more fun you'll have. 


What To Bring - Your packing list should include the basics without much fluff. In other words, you won't need the kitchen sink. 


LOCATION – Suttle Lake, OR
ELEVATION – 4,500ft
CREW – 5
TRAILS – Hundreds of Miles


Trail Running
Trail Maintenance
Nutrition Planning
Map Reading
Compass Use
Wilderness Preparation
Trail Etiquette                              


To Bring List
Tentative Camp Schedule

How To Prepare

Included in your camp fees:

  • All meals starting with lunch on your arrival day and breakfast on your departure. 
  • Guided trail runs each day on different trails
  • Map and Compass tools for workshop
  • A swag bag that will outfit you with some of the best products for trail running
  • Nutrition products from GU for all runs during the week
  • Transportation to/from runs and events from Wednesday evening through Sunday morning
  • Camp seminars on nutrition, running form and technique, forest stewardship, trail maintenance, and more
  • An epic adventure that you didn't know you had in you
  • Comfortable but rustic accommodations in bunk style rooms with other campers and hot showers
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Transportation –  Transportation while at camp from Wednesday evening to Sunday morning will be included. Transportation to and from camp on Wednesday and Sunday will be available to limited locations. 

Vans will be departing from Bend on Wednesday September 20st for camp at Suttle Lake. Cost for transportation will be $15 from Bend on the Camp Vans. The van will return to Bend September 24th after camp has finished. 

There is a possibility of a van departing from the Portland Airport (PDX) on Wednesday September 20th if the need is there. Please contact us ( if you need to schedule a pickup. We'll do the best we can to accommodate your requests but can't guarantee all will be met. 

Coming on your own? 

Driving directions from points North

Driving directions from the South

Flying in? The closest airport is the Redmond Airport (RDM) 35ming away with daily service to San Francisco and Portland. The closest large airport is Portland (PDX) about 2.5hrs away. 



Your safety is our most important camp priority. With that in mind we'll create a safe environment for our campers from the time they meet us on the first day to when they leave camp. We will be in wilderness and remote settings but runs will be set up so that in case of sudden weather events we can reach shelter and relative safety as quickly as possible.  Our staff has Wilderness First Aid, CPR and other coaching certifications to be prepared in case of emergency.