Registration Details:

Melody Fairchild Girls Running Camp @ the Ultimook

Cost:

Individual Rate:  $595

Group Rate (2 to 4 members of your team):  $565

Team Rate (5 or more members of your team):  $535

Save 10% and register before May 1st.  Use coupon code “EARLY” during registration.

Coaches can attend for FREE with 5 or more athletes attending camp.  Additional coaches/family members are welcome to come for $150/week.

Registration Process:

The Melody Fairchild Girls Running Camp & Ultimook Running Camp is using CampDoc.com as its online registration system.  CampDoc.com is a leading electronic health record system for camps, improving the health and safety of our running camps.   CampDoc.com allows families to register their campers and pay deposits and tuition by credit card or electronic checks online. All transactions will appear on credit card and bank statements from DocNetwork LLC (Ann Arbor, MI).  The registration process is setup via Ultimook Running Camp — do not be alarmed – simply sign up for the “Girls Running Camp” session one.

Registration Details:

Options for payment during CampDoc.com registration:

  1. Pay $100 deposit and pay balance via check or cash at camp check-in.
  2. Pay $100 deposit and pay balance of camp any time prior to camp via credit card or electronic checks (deadline is five days prior to camp).
  3. Pay $100 deposit and set up a payment plan for the remaining balance.
  4. Make full payment at registration

More registration info:

$100 deposit is required to hold your spot in camp. The deposit is fully refundable up until one month prior to camp, June 5, 2020.

Camp Fees Include: Three nutritious meals a day from Twins Ranch Catering, professional training and coaching from Melody Fairchild and other coaches.  She will address the unique issues adolescent girls face in today’s culture, as well as the latest research on training and nutrition.

We are limiting enrollment this year to 150 athletes, so sign up early to ensure availability.  Registration is on a first come basis.  All credit card payments online will show DocNetwork LLC (Ann Arbor, MI) as the payee on your bank statements.  If you pay the balance by check at camp check-in please make check payable to “Ultimook” the non-profit 501 c3 operating this camp.

Cancellation Policy:  The deposit of $100 is refundable up until one month prior to camp.  If a camper must leave the camp for medical reasons, a pro-rated amount will be returned.  No refund will be given for a camper who is asked to leave because of behavioral problems.

Airport Shuttle:

We have facilitated an airport shuttle for out of state campers.  Please see airport shuttle information here.

Ultimook Running Camp:

Ultimook non profit additionally operates the Ultimook Running Camp, the original co-ed camp started on the Hydrangea Ranch.  The Ultimook’s mission is to develop long distance runners in both mind and body.  We offer a REAL cross country experience with a heavy emphasis on character, leadership, and teamwork.

Session 1, July 26 to Aug. 1

Session 2, Aug. 2 to Aug. 8

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 Contact Us

 

Melody’s Email: melodygfairchild@gmail.com

Melody’s Phone: (303) 818-8063

Ultimook e-mail: pat@ultimookrunningcamp.com

Camp Host Cell Phone: (503) 812 – 9190

Camp Office Phone: (503) 815- 3762

Camp Office Fax: (503) 815 – 9326

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Passion – Courage – Commitment – Resilience

 

 

 

Week 1, July 5 to July 10

Girls camp, ages 12-18, will be treated to a one-of-a-kind running immersion experience. Each camper discovers her own true north, through guided writing, meditation and breathing exercises. We strengthen our running will and hone our grit muscle with challenging team and individual training runs. We learn how to support the running journey through talks from experts on nutrition and sports psychology. This camp speaks to the wise-woman within, who wants to pause and take notice of the energy around and within her, to inform her next step on the journey.

Week 2 & 3, July 26 to Aug. 1 & Aug. 2 to Aug. 8

Co-ed camps, ages 12-18.  Featuring two weeks of original Ultimook camps.  The Ultimook’s mission is to develop long distance runners in both mind and body.  We offer a REAL cross country experience with a unique mixture of beautiful runs, great training, knowledgeable speakers, and team building challenges called the Sasquatch Games. Each day will bring a different type/variety of training runs, races, and challenges in a variety of terrains—sand, hills, trails, cross country, etc.  with a heavy emphasis on developing character, leadership, and teamwork.

  

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