TRC Trailrunning retreat

TRC Trailrunning Retreat

An all-ages 18+ and abilities trail running camp experience designed to bring a complete awareness and comfort to your time in the wilderness. We’ve designed all of the runs to be taken at your own pace and ability. We want you to learn the in’s and out’s of trail running, how to stay safe deep in the mountains, and find that deeper connection to the world around you where it fits with you.

Trail running technique, the importance of forest stewardship, healthy nutrition on and off the run, trail maintenance training and impact, trail etiquette, map reading and navigation skills will all be taught, providing the foundation for this impactful, awe-inspiring week. Come join us and see for yourself.

Hiouchi has a long history as a small little timber town nestled right inside the coast range and adjacent to Jedediah Smith State Park and magnificent groves of huge ancient Redwoods. It’s quiet, it’s peaceful and some of the best running anywhere. If you’ve ever wanted to feel small in nature, this is the place to visit and truly immerse yourself in the forest.

LOCATION – Hiouchi, CA
CREW – 5
CAMPERS – 12-15
TRAILS – The Best of the Redwoods


Sep 12 2019 - Sep 15 2019



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Crescent City, CA, USA
Crescent City, CA, USA


Max King TRC


  • Max King
    Max King
    trainer, coach

    Max King is an American ultra-marathoner. He was the winner at the 2014 IAU 100 km World Championships and the 2011 World Mountain Running Championships.

    Apart from winning World Championships and multiple national awards, Max shares his love for the outdoors and skills to be self-sufficient in the forest and mountains.

    His running camps focus on the fun aspects of trail running and to be comfortable and safe on the trail. Trail running, forest stewardship, nutrition, trail maintenance, trail etiquette, map reading and navigation skills are part of the kids and adult programs.

    Experience Trail Running Like Never Before
    “The camp is to help foster a level of comfort and independence while running trails in remote areas through education in map reading and navigation and to provide a level of understanding about forest issues and trail maintenance through hands-on work.
    Our over-arching goal is to create capable trail runners and stewards with a lifelong love of nature.

    It’s been a dream of mine to put together a running camp focused on the fun aspects of trail running and also provide the skills required to be self-sufficient in the forest and mountains. Really, just to be comfortable taking off on a trail with no particular destination in mind but with the knowledge of how to do it safely and enjoyably.

    I’ve always felt like a camp should be more than just doing the same thing you could do on your own. It should be a learning experience where you take something away from the time you have at camp,” Max says.

    You can find out more about Max King, his records and his training camps on his website:


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