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Altitude Camp Quotes

Quotes:

  • "Definitely join this camp if you seriously want to better yourself physically and mentally in running."
    — Matthew - Durango High School, NV.
  • "This camp is 200% worth it. It will change your running experience for life."
    — Eddie - Sierra Vista High School, NV.
  • "Be in shape! Train, also stay positive because it gets tough."
    — Dominique - Soda Springs High School, ID.
  • "You're going to have so much fun and will learn a lot."
    — Jamie - American Fork High School, UT.
  • "You will learn a lot and you will be a better runner and you will learn something about yourself you didn't know before."
    — Brian - North Sanpete High School, UT.
  • "A rough camp, but well worth [it]!"
    — Jacob - Kadena High School, Japan.
  • "This camp is a great way to learn about running and how to get better and feel better about yourself."
    — Danielle - Basic High School, NV.
  • "You should definitely come to this camp because it's extremely helpful and the coaches and counselors were extremely nice and positive."
    — Casey - Coronado High School, NV.
  • "This camp is way fun, you learn a lot. Just keep a positive attitude and you'll do great."
    — Quincie - Soda Springs High School, ID.
  • "High altitude training will be the hardest thing you'll ever do! But it will be worth it, and it's fun."
    — David - West Wendover High School, NV.
  • "It's a great experience, it teaches you things you never realized, and it can really improve your physical and mental prospective about running."
    — Jordan - Coronado High School, NV.

MARATHON RUN (4 to 7 MILES — 8400 FT.)

ABOUT THE RUN

MENS RECORD

    Not every run is a race!

WOMENS RECORD

    Not every run is a race!

MARATHON RUN
(4 to 7 MILES — 8400 FT.)

This is our flattest run at the high altitude camp. The run is held in the beautiful mountains of Cedar City, Utah. You will run through pine tree forests, and mountain top valleys filled with 2-million year old volcanic rocks. The average temperature on this run is 70 degrees, while your lungs are filling with clean mountain air. The marathon run is amazing and what an experience for you it will be.

NAVAJO LOOP RUN (4 to 7 MILES — 8000 FT.)

ABOUT THE RUN

MENS RECORD

    Not every run is a race!

WOMENS RECORD

    Not every run is a race!

NAVAJO LOOP RUN
(4 to 7 MILES — 8000 FT.)

This run has rolling hills, and is accompanied by beautiful pines and aspen trees. The Navajo loop run follows the top rim of a million year old dormant volcano, which Mother Nature has turned into lake. You will be running on paths few people have ever seen, and you will enjoy a cool swim after this run.

HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN RACE (3 MILES — 10450 to 11307 FT.)

ABOUT THE RUN

MENS RECORD

  • #1
  • Hayden Hawks
  • 20:02
  • 2008
  • UT
  • #2
  • Brent Handa
  • 20:30
  • 2006
  • CA
  • #3
  • Jordan Hughes
  • 21:50
  • 2007
  • UT
  • #4
  • Glen Rice
  • 21:54
  • 2008
  • UT
  • #5
  • Tanner Smedley
  • 22:30
  • 2008
  • UT
  • #6
  • Josh Shrewsbury
  • 22:13
  • 2006
  • UT
  • #7
  • Chase Schepke
  • 22:14
  • 2007
  • MI
  • #8
  • Braden Perry
  • 22:54
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #9
  • Matthew Shelton
  • 23:25
  • 2009
  • NV
  • #10
  • Daniel Shurtleff
  • 23:32
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #11
  • Derrick Starley
  • 23:43
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #12
  • Chris Enriquez
  • 23:59
  • 2009
  • CA
  • #13
  • Jamie Mitchell
  • 24:01
  • 2009
  • NV
  • #14
  • Nick Ruiz
  • 24:07
  • 2009
  • NV
  • #15
  • Kyle Richards
  • 24:29
  • 2009
  • UT

WOMENS RECORD

  • #1
  • Aubrey Bryson
  • 26:52
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #2
  • Quincie Clark
  • 26:57
  • 2009
  • ID
  • #3
  • Jamie Duffy
  • 28:14
  • 2006
  • UT
  • #4
  • Dayna VanArsdol
  • 28:25
  • 2008
  • UT
  • #5
  • Christa Simmons
  • 29:59
  • 2006
  • AK
  • #6
  • Vivan McCall
  • 30:06
  • 2007
  • AK
  • #7
  • Stacie Mitchell
  • 30:08
  • 2009
  • NV
  • #8
  • Hayley Sa
  • 31:54
  • 2009
  • CA
  • #9
  • Daniella Raffel
  • 32:25
  • 2008
  • ENG
  • #10
  • Sara Richner
  • 32:32
  • 2008
  • NV
  • #11
  • Megan Chamberlain
  • 32:57
  • 2009
  • CA
  • #12
  • Katie Rosser
  • 33:30
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #13
  • Stephanie Beaulieu
  • 35:19
  • 2009
  • CA
  • #14
  • Alison Arnold
  • 35:34
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #15
  • Ashley Graf
  • 35:45
  • 2006
  • AK

HIGHWAY TO HEAVEN RACE
(3 MILES — 10450 to 11307 FT.)

This run starts at 10,000 feet! This is the camps steepest run. The highway to heaven run is up a mountain that takes you into the heavens. Well maybe not heaven, but as close as you can get (11307 ft.). This run is a race to the top, and every step gets harder, but if you prevail you will gain perseverance for anything in life.

CASCADE FALLS (4 to 7 MILES — 8000 to 7700 FT.)

ABOUT THE RUN

MENS RECORD

    Not every run is a race!

WOMENS RECORD

    Not every run is a race!

CASCADE FALLS
(4 to 7 MILES — 8000 to 7700 FT.)

On this run you will be running through beautifully stained red-rock, which has been formed millions of years ago. With the cascade falls run you will gently glide down in altitude, and finish in the freshest and cleanest waters; next to bottled. Did we mention the water fall? The finish line on this run is absolutely breath taking!

TOP OF THE WORLD ROAD RACE (3 MILES — 9400 FT.)

ABOUT THE RUN

MENS RECORD

  • #1
  • Brent Handa
  • 16:23
  • 2006
  • CA
  • #2
  • Hayden Hawks
  • 16:27
  • 2008
  • UT
  • #3
  • Glenn Rice
  • 17:27
  • 2008
  • UT
  • #4
  • Josh Shrewbury
  • 17:39
  • 2008
  • UT
  • #5
  • Chris Enriquez
  • 17:40
  • 2009
  • CA
  • #6
  • Braden Perry
  • 18:09
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #7
  • Marcus Forbes
  • 18:12
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #8
  • Daniel Shurtleff
  • 18:15
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #9
  • Tanner Smedley
  • 18:18
  • 2008
  • UT
  • #10
  • Matthew Shelton
  • 18:42
  • 2009
  • NV
  • #11
  • Julian Jalani
  • 18:45
  • 2009
  • NV
  • #12
  • Derrick Starley
  • 18:51
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #13
  • Kyle Richards
  • 18:52
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #14
  • Jamie Mitchell
  • 18:53
  • 2009
  • NV
  • #15
  • Nick Ruiz
  • 19:01
  • 2009
  • NV

WOMENS RECORD

  • #1
  • Aubrey Bryson
  • 21:13
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #2
  • Quincie Clark
  • 21:14
  • 2009
  • ID
  • #3
  • Dayna VanArsdol
  • 21:50
  • 2008
  • UT
  • #4
  • Jamie Duffy
  • 22:05
  • 2006
  • UT
  • #5
  • Stacie Mitchell
  • 23:11
  • 2009
  • NV
  • #6
  • Vivan McCall
  • 23:27
  • 2007
  • AK
  • #7
  • Daniella Raffel
  • 23:33
  • 2008
  • ENG
  • #8
  • Christa Simmons
  • 23:34
  • 2006
  • AK
  • #9
  • Hayley Sa
  • 23:46
  • 2009
  • CA
  • #10
  • Megan Chamberlain
  • 24:19
  • 2009
  • CA
  • #11
  • Katie Rosser
  • 25:08
  • 2009
  • UT
  • #12
  • Sara Richner
  • 25:13
  • 2007
  • NV
  • #13
  • Winona Hickerson
  • 25:59
  • 2007
  • AK
  • #14
  • Stephanie Beaulieu
  • 26:13
  • 2009
  • CA
  • #15
  • Alison Arnold
  • 26:27
  • 2009
  • UT

TOP OF THE WORLD ROAD RACE
(3 MILES — 9400 FT.)

This is the high altitude camps final big run, and it’s as close to the top of the world as you can get while running. Everything we do at our camp gears the athlete up for this road race. Every athlete is competing against them self’s in this grueling 3-mile race while trying to either smash a previous year record, and/or their personal best.


 
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