Camp Schedule

Beginner Camp:

Thursday: Arrive to Pocatello, Idaho where transportation will be provided to Airbnb in Clayton, Idaho. Arrive to cabin by noon.
Run: Beginning off-trail running 1-2 hours, low mileage
Evening Activity: Nutrition Basics, Fueling for Mountain Adventures and Safety Briefing

Friday: Mountain Skill building Day
Run: 1/2 to 3/4 day of "time on feet" - rest breaks built in for individualization and skill building
Evening Activity: Route Planning, Topo Maps and Technology

Saturday: Peak Bagging Day
Run: 3/4 to full day of "time on feet"
Evening Activity: Hot Springs as desired, Core Basics, Injury Prevention

Sunday: Brunch, Camp Awards and Departure for Home by noon-1pm.
Run: AM before brunch optional

Advanced Camp:

 Thursday: Arrive to Pocatello, Idaho where transportation will be provided to Airbnb in Mackay, Idaho. Arrive to cabin by noon.
Run: Beginning off-trail running 1-2 hours, low mileage
Evening Activity: Nutrition Basics, Fueling for Mountain Adventures and Safety Briefing

Friday: Mountain Skill building Day
Run: Mid-Mileage, 1/2 to 3/4 day of "time on feet" - rest breaks built in for individualization and skill building
Evening Activity: Route Planning, Topo Maps and Technology

Saturday: Multi-Peak Link Up Long Adventure
Run: Mid-Long Mileage, 3/4 to full day of "time on feet"
Evening Activity: Hot Springs as desired, Core Basics, Injury Prevention

Sunday: Brunch, Camp Awards and Departure for Home by noon-1pm.
Run: AM before brunch optional

3-Day Remote Camp:

 Updates coming soon!

 

***GOAT Adventures LLC. (licensed outfitter in Idaho) operates under a Special Use Permit with the Salmon-Challis National Forest.

 

***Intermediate/Advanced Camp attendee requirements: You do not have to be confident on technical terrain or have significant ultra experience, but you do need to be able to handle a full day mountain adventure with time on feet. This is not an excessive mileage type camp, but it is a significant amount of "hours at exposure" type camp. You need to be aware of your limitations and strengths and be able to take direction from camp guides in order to safely navigate the more complex aspects of this camp's terrain. Ultra running and race history is preferred. Please email any questions or concerns to initiate a discussion on which camp may be best for you. All applicants are screened prior to acceptance to ensure skillset for safe participation in our camps.

***3-Day Remote Camp attendee requirements: Specific details are coming soon, but this is a backpacking style, remote camp. You will be sleeping in tents, we will have camping style meals, you will be remote for 3 full days at exposure and in the elements.

***Beginner Camp attendee requirements: This is meant for any and all participants! Whether you are a seasoned athlete, but get wobbly knees on rocky terrain or with heights or exposure, to being a city-dweller having no experience in mountainous terrain :) this camp is for you! There will be options to add and take away challenge based on your comfort level, while still achieving summit views (without the exposure), and developing beginner skills on beautiful, lovely scree fields in a safe, comfortable atmosphere. This is a no drop, welcoming atmosphere. You will still have full days of "time on feet" but designed to accommodate the novice adventurist. 

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