Running is your stress reliever, your social time, your alone time, it clears your head and lifts your
mood. But as much as you love it, running sometimes feels hard. Some days you feel too sore
or exhausted. Or you have to sacrifice running to get more “important” things done.
Our retreats help you create a sustainable running practice that fits into your busy life, supports
your health and nurtures your overall well-being. Because you don’t just like to run; you need to run.
Run Wild Retreats + Wellness offers women’s trail running retreats in some of the world’s
best trail running destinations. We partner with the world’s best running guiding companies and coaches
to deliver an unforgettable small-group trail running experience that will allow you to grow, learn,
revive your energy and renew your motivation.
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“Whether you are looking simply to run somewhere fun, rejuvenate your running, or really improve, you can do it at these retreats. They are structured so you can get as much out of it as you want and always have fun doing it! The retreats are well done and well run!”
— Amanda S., Golden, CO
“This retreat was one of the best things I have ever done for myself.
It was a great opportunity to learn from such a knowledgeable and compassionate coach and share my love of running with a fun-loving group of women. I returned home more motivated and inspired about my running.”
–Patricia H., Boulder, CO
What's It really like at our retreats?
says Amanda Loudin for The Washington Post:
“… All of which led me to the red rocks of Moab, Utah, at the end of March to attend Run Wild Retreats & Wellness, a four-day mindful running retreat involving workshops and a variety of guided runs. I needed to restore my equilibrium, and I hoped that by learning to approach my hobby of choice with more intent, I could accomplish that. I wanted to flip the switch from stressing over training missed to embracing the runs I made. I did all that and more in a beautiful, restorative setting.”