First Session: June 6-12, 2011. Second Session: July 28-August 3, 2011

Directed by Geoff Roes - 2009 & 2010 "Ultrarunner of the Year."
Two sessions for 2018: June 10-16 and July 19-25

Food, Lodging, and Transportation

Our second passion (after running) is cooking, and it will be the aim that everyone eats healthy and delicious food during the camp. All meals will be provided and prepared from scratch (except one night when we'll go out for pizza and beer in town) using natural, largely unprocessed, often local, and organic (when available) ingredients.

There will also be ample "between meal" food available at all times to make certain that no one will be without enough food at any time. 

We will also make reasonable efforts to accommodate dietary preferences (vegetarian, gluten free, dairy free, etc.).

We will be staying at the beautiful oceanside Jubilee Cabin for the duration of the camp. The Jubilee Cabin will have plenty of space for all of us, but it will be shared, bunk style lodging where we'll certainly get to know each other very well (see note below if this doesn't suit your style).

All transportation during the camp will be provided by the camp. For information about transportation from the airport to the Jubilee Cabin and from the cabin back to the airport please see the "Travel to and from Juneau" page.

Lodging before and after the camp:
If you do plan to spend any extra time in Juneau either before or after your camp session please feel free to contact us ahead of time for advice about accommodations. We are always happy to give advice on certain hotels/locations. We also operate a couple nightly rental apartments through Airbnb. One in the lower level of our home and one in Corle's mom's apartment. These are both in great locations, right next to downtown, and with lots of trails nearby. These are certainly some of the best options in Juneau for solo or couple travelers. Click Here or Here for more info. Juneau also has a great little hostel right in downtown that only charges $12 per night. You can find more info. about the hostel here:

One further note about food, lodging, and transportation:
Participants are welcome to rent their own vehicle and/or reserve their own private accommodations during the days of camp, but this will be at their own cost. Also be aware that the meals will all be served at the Jubilee Cabin and the driving time from the closest hotels to the Jubilee Cabin is about 25 minutes each way, so this is not a very logical option.