Imagine this.... 

  • A week of training that tests your limits 
  • A huge boost in confidence as you conquer new terrain and epic sessions 
  • A group and fun-lovin ass-kickin training partners from around the US

Come to EPIC camp! This is the week we focus 100% of training hard, learning skills, pushing boundaries, and having fun. This camp is perfect for those who want a challenge, want a jump in their fitness, and are looking to go to the next level.

What if you could.....

  1. Leave your responsibilities behind for a week and unleash your inner beast
  2. Adventure around beautiful Lake Tahoe, an epic training spot that attracts all sorts of endurance junkies
  3. Train side by side with RTTC coaches for an entire week where they can provide guidance and motivation, and well....Coach Audra... (need I say more).

Training Camp Schedule, 2017


TUESDAY: Open water swim + Ride around the lake (including sandwich stop) + optional run off the bike

WEDNESDAY: Open water swim + downhill long trail run on the Trans Tahoe trail with epic views + optional easy spin

THURSDAY: Ride/Run/Ride/Run session on the IM Tahoe course including famous "Brockway" climb

FRIDAY: Climbing Ride: Spooners + Mt.Rose (X2 for some) + run off the bike + river soak


SUNDAY: Long Run on the Trans Tahoe Trail + Open water flop

Bonus Goodies

  • Camp swim suits and goodie bags
  • Tahoe Vista Treepark Adventure Tour
  • Welcome dinner and celebration dinner
  • NBS nutrition provided
  • Normatec boots for camp week

Not Included:

  • flights
  • lodging
  • food (we will provide a welcome dinner, celebration dinner, sandwiches on the day we ride around the lake, and snacks at the house)


  • Airport Transportation if you fly into Reno on Monday and depart on Monday, transportation around town and to and from training sessions.
  • Coach guidance during camp
  • Turn by turn directions for all rides, and runs
  • Sandwiches at ride stop on Tuesday
  • Welcome dinner and celebration dinner
  • NBS for rides, runs and swim, and house snacks
  • Use of Normatec boots during camp week
  • Tahoe Vista Treepark Adventure Tour



Fly to Reno, Nevada (RNO). Most all airlines fly into Reno. Please aim to arrive on Monday August 7th as we will be picking people up from the airport on that day.  Departure date can be either Sunday evening August 13th or Monday morning August 14th.

Your Bike:

If you need to ship your bike via bike flights or Fed Ex, contact Sonja and she will send you her address and receive your bike and drive it up to Tahoe for you. You can also fly with your bike just let us know so we can plan for it in your airport pickup. 

Where to Stay: 

We will be renting a camp house that you have the option to rent a room in. This is a huge part of the fun of camp and these rooms will be first to purchase first to get. If you don't want a room in the camp house look for lodging in Tahoe City, there are many places to airbnb or vrbo. Rooms for the week in the camp house tend to range between $399 and $799 for the room size and sharing status :)


We will provide house snacks and some community staples. We will provide shuttle trips to the local Safeway for you to pick up groceries on Monday and Tuesday and any other day you need to run to the store.   

What to Bring:

We recommend checking the weather the week leading leading up to camp. As a good rule of thumb, bring layers. Tahoe can be quite chilly in August in the mornings and warm to hot during the middle of the day. Rain can be a factor as well.

Swimming: All swims are open water swims in gorgeous Lake Tahoe: This time of year a wetsuit is encouraged but not always needed. Please bring it just in case. Body glide, different types of goggles, towels and a neoprene swim cap can all come in handy.

Biking: 5 sessions: A washer and dryer will be available at the camp house. You will want arm warmers, knee warmers, hat, gloves and a rain coat. A riding coat might also come in handy. You will want a tri kit for Thursday (it's a great day to test your race kit).

Running: Everyday: All of our run sessions will be outdoors. There will be lots of single track and some bike path running. The footing can go from soft dirt to heavily rooted. Trail shoes are encouraged, as is a way to carry your hydration, whether it's a hand bottle or a hydration pack. It's best to bring layers for early morning runs. 

Treepark Adventure Tour: Long pants are encouraged, sturdy footwear, and an attitude ready for fun. 


If you are going to attend one camp all year, this is the one!