Active at Altitude Announces Incident Cover for their 2019 Training Camps

November 26th, 2018

Active at Altitude Announces Incident Cover for their 2019 Training Camps

Cover has been arranged by Race Roster and provided by RegShield

(Estes Park, CO) – Active at Altitude, creator of experiences that educate, inspire, and empower an active, healthy, mindful lifestyle, has announced a unique incident coverage for registrants of their 2019 training camps.

The coverage offers peace of mind for the significant investment made by registrants of the Active at Altitude training camps. For a relatively small premium, the coverage offers protection in the event of illness or injury, military or jury duty, family emergencies, or work travel conflict that could prevent registrants from attending the camp they had registered for.  The coverage has been arranged by Race Roster, the fastest growing endurance registration platform in the US, and is provided by RegShield. 

Registrations for the 2019 camps has just opened, with pre-registrations already  running at record levels. All the Active at Altitude training camps are based in Estes Park, CO, basecamp for Rocky Mountain National Park. Camps cater for two specific niche running markets, offering women’s running camps and co-ed trail running camps. All camps feature expert coaching, clear explanation of Lydiard training principles, national-class guest athletes, instruction on mental training techniques and positive psychology, comfortable accommodations, and inspiration across physical, mental, spiritual and emotional levels for all attendees.

The women’s running camps are offered at three levels – advanced, intermediate and beginner. The Active at Altitude website gives details on recommendations for each level of camp. These camps have received accolades from top media publications, Shape magazine describing the women’s running camps as “a once in a lifetime fitness retreat for women”, and CNN featuring the co-ed trail running camps as one of the top 10 adult training camps in the US. The camps have also been featured in Runner’s World, Trail Runner Magazine, Competitor, and Women’s Running Magazine. Each camp has limited places available, organizers preferring to limit numbers to offer the best personal experience possible for attendees.

Terry Chiplin, Camp Director, and owner of Active at Altitude, adds, “We are delighted to be able to offer this new coverage for our 2019 camps. While our offerings are competitively priced compared to other adult running camps, we recognize that registration still offers a significant investment for our attendees, and that this coverage provides meaningful peace of mind for them in a number of unplanned situations. We are grateful for the excellent support that Race Roster provide for us, and that they have negotiated this exciting coverage with RegShield. We believe this unique coverage provides another reason for runners to attend one of our camps in 2019, and look forward to an excellent year inspiring runners of all levels in majestic Estes Park, Colorado.”

See details on all the Active at Altitude camps and to register at

Active at Altitude

Active at Altitude Announces Incident Cover for their 2019 Training Camps

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