Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Southern Arizona is. Phoenix, Tucson, Scottsdale often register temperatures over 110 degrees during the summer. The good news? Our summer running camps are held in Northern Arizona, where the climate is much more appropriate for running. Between June and August, the average low in Prescott and Sedona ranges from 55-60 degrees, perfect for early morning and late afternoon outings. Temperatures in Flagstaff are even cooler with an average low in the 40s and an average high in the high 70s.

We cater to all runners. As long as you have a weekly running base of 30 miles, you are a perfect match for our running camp. We will divide runners into several groups after the first day. Every single one of our runs is no-drop so you will never be left behind. Read more about how you can get ready for the camp.

Yes, tons of things! Prescott has a very cute downtown with tons of antique shops, small restaurants, and various stores. Check out this page for more information about what to do when you’re not running.

We designed the camp so you don’t have to worry about anything. All the services you need are provided, included transportation to and from the trails and from the airport. Your hotel is located downtown so you won’t have to drive anywhere for dinner or for entertainment. In other words, a rental car should not be needed.

Unfortunately at this stage, we do not have the necessary manpower to go through the necessary approval to conduct commercial runs in the Grand Canyon. We are hoping to add it to our extensive list of trail runs very soon!