9-Day Running Adventure in Patagonia

9 Days, Multiple Departures

9-Day Running Adventure in Patagonia
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Daily trail runs through glacier fields and along rushing rivers challenge your inner explorer to dig deep and use all the senses to take it in.

With no planning on your end, the morning trail runs roll into afternoons of high adventure and laid-back cultural excursions. Discover what we have in store for you in Patagonia.

Who Goes On A Trip?

Solo Travelers


CONNECT WITH YOUR CURIOSITY
You can arrive solo, but you're never alone. Surrounded by like-minded travelers, you just may find your new travel companion — and a new favorite hobby to boot!

Dating + Daring


ENTERTAIN NOVELTY
You may be partners, but that doesn't mean you want the "typical" romantic getaway. You two are more of the high-adventure type.
Hop on in!

Best Buds


LET MOMENTS BECOME MEMORIES
When's the last time your friends have had an excuse to get away? If smiling and laughing your butts off while exploring beautiful destinations isn't a good enough reason to get together, we don't know what is!

Turning a New Leaf


EMBOLDEN YOUR HEART
Chin up and feet forward! You're looking for change or at least a week to turn your back on whatever you left behind. Escape, refresh, and leave with a new perspective.

Our trail runs will take you into the countryside, where you'll feel like part of the iconic landscapes that drew us here. We'll have crew on course to mind you, markings to guide you, and finish line food to revive you.

You can take these runs at your own pace - or go for gold! At the end of the week everyone earns a finisher medal, plus special awards for our fastest racers.

RUN DIFFICULTY & TRAINING

A typical trip includes 6 trail runs ranging from 7-12K in length. Most of these runs will have a decent amount of elevation gain or high altitude. It is not uncommon for us to walk the uphill portions and run when the terrain is flat or downhill. If you want to train, we recommend working up to back-to-back trail runs with varied elevation gain.

We ask runners to maintain at least a 20-minute trail pace on these runs.

PATAGONIA TRAIL RUNS

Exact trails and the order we run them may depend on weather and your trip dates!

Le Leona Sand Dunes (7K)

Loop
Elevation Gain: 344 ft
Moderate

Bonanza Run (9.8K)

Loop
Elevation Gain: 620 ft
Moderate

Border Crossing (8-11K)

Point-to-point
Elevation Gain: 617 ft
Moderate - This is an extended morning of runs, drives, and ferry rides!

Limay River (9.6K)

Point-to-point
Elevation Gain: 469 ft
Moderate

Cerro San Martin (6.1K)

Point-to-point
Elevation Gain: 627 ft
Moderate

Osorno Volcano Run (12.1K)

Point-to-point
Elevation Gain: 1,158 ft
Moderate - This run has some challenging volcanic sand terrain.

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About The Host

Cherie has been working with us since our inaugural run in Zion when she worked on the race crew, and since 2014, Cherie has brought the best expos and customer experience to our runners.

Cherie may live in Southern Utah but her soul still lives in Southern California where she grew up surfing and sailing in the sun.

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