CROSS COUNTRY Running
Get the Summer’s Best Training Our Cross Country Running Camp is right at the start of summer. Runners going into grades 6-12 can start their summer training with an unforgettable experience. 
Our Advantage Sisters, Oregon, provides the perfect location for a cross country running camp. Not only is Sisters Country one of the most beautiful places on earth, but within a few miles of town there are spectacular trails ranging from 3,000 to over 6,000 feet elevation, from completely flat to insanely steep. This allows our experienced coaches to provide a fantastic variety of exciting and challenging workouts to fit any runner’s ability level.  The camp will feature a variety of workouts tailored to build strength, speed, and endurance with a great balance of high altitude, hills, and flat runs.  Our team has a scientific approach to training and understand how to structure the week to include work, rest, recreation, and recovery to give maximum benefit to participants. 



General Info​
Date: June 23-June 28 2019

Individual:
Key Registration Dates:
$525 early bird rate if registered by March 15
$575 standard rate if registered by May 31
$650 last chance rate if registered from June 1 - June 21

Team Rate (5 or more):  Team coach must contact SPRD to set up team rate. Typically team rates reduce registration fee $50 per camper.

Lodging Athletes will stay in high quality tents/yurts. Athletes should bring their own sleeping bag and sleeping pad/air mattress.   Coaching Our activities will be led by coaches with either high school or college level coaching experience.  Our head coaches have years of back country trail running experience that will ensure our athletes have a safe and enjoyable experience. They will be assisted by camp counselors, including collegiate runners. Food Meals will be specifically catered to provide optimal nutrition and performance to endurance athletes, while still providing the taste of home cooking. Meals will be served at Sisters High School and Sisters Park and Recreation District Facilities. 

Our 2019 Menu!


Work Hard Athletes will be expected to work hard. It is our goal to challenge athletes to strive for greatness and teach them valuable techniques they can apply to their training long after leaving camp.   ​Play Hard We enjoy what we do and we feel it is essential that every kid looks back on their time at the Great Northwest Sports Camps as a fun experience. For this reason we will maintain a healthy mix of hard work and memorable fun activities designed to build camaraderie. ​ Great Trails Many trails are accessible right from town, and run for miles through the hills. Others can be accessed by a short van ride. Through both paths, the experience will be unrivaled. 

Already Registered?
Here is some information for athletes and parents
Parent Information Sheet
Packing List
GNW Medical Form.pdf
Online Rafting Waiver