Youth Summer Trail Camp
C.O.R.K Summer Trail Camp
August 12-16th, 2019
8:30am – 4:30pm Cost: $260
Our Summer Trail Running Camp was such a success last year that this year we’ll be doing it again and making it even better with new locations, more games, and more things to learn about the great outdoors.
During the week we’ll be covering a wide range of running topics and filling our time with fun games, swimming in mountain lakes and running some truly great trails around Central Oregon.
During the week you can expect a morning run followed by some relaxation time exploring the area we’ve chosen for the day or a seminar on a running related topic, a lunch period, then either an afternoon run, hike or games to fill our time.
Athletes will get dropped off by 8:30 and be back to town by 4:30pm.
Cost: $260 – Includes five days of transportation, guided runs, daily topic, and unlimited adventure.
Ages: 11-14 (6-8th grade) Highly recommended that they can run 5 miles at a time without stopping.
Each day will be a different location with a different topic ranging from running technique, forest management, public lands, strong mind/strong body, trail running footwear, etc.
8:45am – Depart Bend for Smith Rock State Park
9:30am – 45-60min easy trail run
10:15am – Stretching and running form drills
11:00am – Discussion on forest and trail management plans
12:00pm – Lunch at SRSP
1:00pm – Exploration hike or short trail run
2:00pm – Outdoor game or swim time if appropriate
3:15pm – Load vans and depart for Bend
Each athlete will need a few essentials with them each day for safety and comfort. Please make sure your child comes prepared for inclement weather, hot weather, and with proper footwear for running on trails.
Lunch – adequate for all day
Water – at least a 1L bottle
Backpack – capable of carrying all of the above
Kari brings a passion for coaching youth that is seldom surpassed. She has been coaching youth running through Junior Olympics, middle school programs, and CORK programs for over 6 years.
She’s the “heart” of the team. Helping our campers feel that connection to running, the earth, and wilderness during their time at camp.
She resides in Bend, OR and you can usually find her on some new running adventure, stretching the bounds of her comfort in the wilderness.
Max has done a little bit of everything. From the roads and the track to trails and mountains he enjoys the sport of running and want to pass on what he’s learned over the years. He’s excited to share his experiences and knowledge in a small camp setting and instill a passion for adventure.
He lives in Bend, OR with his wife and two adventurous kids. He has multiple world championship titles and has run on trails all over the world with some of his favorite trails right here in Oregon.