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Krissy Moehl Running Camp Presented by Julbo Eyewear

Krissy Moehl Running Camp Presented by Julbo Eyewear

Photo: Fred Marmsater

We are very excited to bring trail running legend, Julbo's Trail Athlete Krissy Moehl, to the Green Mountain State of Vermont, for a weekend-long running camp. Krissy's running camp will include skills, unique classroom presentations and discussions, group trail runs for all abilities, and much more.

The weekend running camp will take place at Cochran's Ski Area in Richmond, Vermont with access to their vast network of trails. Light snacks will be provided Friday evening and Saturday evening. Coffee will be provided Saturday and Sunday morning. Please make sure you bring food for while you're out running. Space will be limited to 24 runners.

Housing is not included.

Krissy will be accompanied by a highly experienced crew of guest running guides: Josh Ferenc, Aliza Lapierre, Serena Wilcox, Sarah Keyes and Bob Ayrs.

All participants will receive a pair of Julbo sunglasses

For registration, please go here:

Event Dates: Friday September 29th - Sunday October 1st 2017

Event Schedule:


3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Gentle social warm up run for those that can make it. Meeting at Cochran’s Ski Aera in Richmond, Vermont

5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Official start and welcome events with light refreshments at Cochran’s Ski Area in Richmond, Vermont. Raffle, Krissy introduction and short speech covering the weekend events. Interact with sponsor interaction, games, giveaways and product demos.




8:00 a.m. runners gather, light breakfast, snack and coffee provided

8:30 - 9:00 a.m. runners warm up with a stretching and Runner Yoga session

9:00 - 11:30 a.m. first classroom session begins. A range of topics to be discussed: clothing and gear, packing for Ultra's, running with poles, training tips and technique

11:30-12:00 p.m. light lunch 

12:30 - 4:00 p.m. long run in various groups

4:00-5:00 p.m. meet back at lodge, cool down, socialize, post-run recovery eats and drinks


8:00 a.m. runners gather, light breakfast snack and coffee provided

8:30 - 9:00 a.m. runners warm up with a stretching and Runner Yoga session

9:00 - 10:30 a.m. community share, running clubs, and community event list

10:30 - 11:00 a.m. Krissy Q & A

11:00 - 12:00 p.m.  core class and Pro-Tec Athletics foam rolling clinic

12:00 - 2:30 p.m. long/medium run

2:30 - 4:00 p.m. final socialize, group photo and weekend wind down


Support from:


Suggested List of Items to Bring:






Cell phone

Waterproof case/bag for phone

Running clothing and shoes appropriate for semi technical single track and muddy trails

Warm before and after running clothing

Rain jacket (we're running no matter the weather!)

Hydration system of choice (appropriate for 3-4 hrs on the trail Saturday and Sunday pack/waist or hand held bottles)

Trail snacks/energy

Sun hat


About Krissy Moehl:

Ultramarathon runner, coach, author, motivational speaker and race director, Krissy, in her 16-year career, has run more than 100 races. She has 55 female wins and 2 outright wins.

“I love movement and participate in many other activities, but I identify primarily as a trail runner. I love what the sport continues to teach me, the people it introduces me to, and the opportunities it provides; coaching this camp is one of them! I have traveled the world using the lens of running as my way to explore and lived many of life’s highs and lows through experiences on trail."  

2011 Moehl gave a TEDx talk

2015 Moehl authored and published a training manual titled “Running Your First Ultra.” 




·      Holds the fastest known time (FKT) for a women’s supported run of the Tahoe Rim Trail,  47:29 (September 2015)

·      2015 Team USA World 50 mile Championship team member

·      2014 Patagonia National Park, Mile for Mile Film project

·      Winner of the 2013 Ultra-Trail Mt. Fuji, Japan

·      Winner of the 2009 Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (UTMB), Chamonix, France

·      In 2007 set course records, now broken, for HURT 100, Honolulu, HI and Hardrock 100 Mile Endurance Run, Silverton, Colorado

·      Fast-packed the 480-mile Colorado Trail in just over 13 days, averaging 32 miles a day, 2006

·      Completed the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning in 2005 to become the youngest finisher. Currently holds the second fastest cumulative time

·      Over 100 ultrarunning finishes with more than 50 female first place finishes and two outright race wins

·      Race director of the Chuckanut 50k, Bellingham, Washington since 2003

·      Worked for many years with Girls on the Run, an after school program for girls ages 9-12

Photo: Steven Gnam

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