us trail running conference, Estes Park October 11-14, 2017
Love trail running? We do too! Whether you’re an experienced trail runner, an ultra-marathoner, a trail newbie, a Trail Race Director, or somewhere in between, the fourth annual US Trail Running Conference, brought to you by Active at Altitude, is for you. The Conference is held in partnership with the American Trail Running Association.
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Sports Stars Who Took Up Running After Retiring Trail running and marathon running are some of the toughest endurance events a person can take part in as they challenge both the mind and fitness levels of the runner.
The 2016 US Trail Running Conference, the fourth annual event in Estes Park, Colorado, included several initiatives to raise funds for ATRA (American Trail Running Association).
The 4th annual US Trail Running Conference took place at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, CO, September 28 to October 1. A record setting 170 attendees comprised of trail race directors, trail runners, vendors, panelists, and trail running fans, were captivated by a mixture of presentations, interactive workshops, and thought-provoking sessions.
The 2016 US Trail Running Conference opens with two and a half days dedicated to trail race directors, starting on Wednesday September 28 through to Friday September 30, held at the historic Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, CO.
Trail running is booming worldwide. In the United States, the number of runners turning to the trails has grown 17 percent from 2012 to 2013, with participants in trail racers increasing three-fold since 2000, according to the American Trail Running Association.
The US Trail Running Conference has announced that FIFTY the movie will be the feature presentation for the Trail Running Film Festival during the 2016 Conference.
The US Trail Running Conference has announced that haku Sports, the event management and online registration software specialist, are the new Presenting Sponsor for the Trail Race Director days during the 2016 event.
To celebrate its fourth installment, the US Trail Running Conference introduces a fresh look complete with a new logo, a redesigned website, a teaser video, and an expanded list of expert panelists and sessions.