This event has been postponed from Jun 12, 2020 to Sep 18, 2020
Tickets still available!
After an incredible inaugural Women's Trailfest in 2019, we are headed back to Clayton, GA to do it again in 2020! This event is a celebration of women who love the outdoors. We’ve taken away some of the structure and all-inclusive nature of a typical retreat and replaced it with a more affordable ticket price and flexible format that allows a larger audience of women to attend. (Trail running focused, hiker friendly!) The event will include group runs (4 mile and 10 mile options), workshops, shoe demos, shared meals, and inspiring ladies to share it all with. Something magical happens when you get together a large group of women of all experience levels excited about time on the trails, and we can’t wait for you all to explore, encourage, and celebrate together! Let’s take over the mountains of North Georgia!
For more details, visit our event website.
- Friday night happy hour with Mirna Valerio
- Saturday breakfast and yoga/stretch session
- Group runs with aid stations
- Ongoing workshops and facilitated discussions
- Saturday night celebratory dinner and Women Who Wander Panel Discussion with Mirna Valerio
- Sunday morning breakfast and short group run at Black Rock Mountain State Park
Ticket Does Not Include:
- Lodging: Al a carte options available at checkout!
- Friday night dinner
Lodging is not included in the ticket price. The event activities will take place in Downtown Clayton and at Black Rock Mountain State Park, so you’ll want to be within convenient driving distance to those two landmarks. Visit our event website for more details.
Here are a few options:
We have reserved a limited number of cabins and walk-in campsites at Black Rock Mountain State Park that can be booked when you register through ultra signup. You can find descriptions of these sites and cabins on our website.
For more private tent camping or RV camping, individual campsites are also available directly through Black Rock Mountain State Park.
It is NOT mandatory to stay at Black Rock Mountain State Park. There are many great options for cabin rentals and bed and breakfasts in the area. See the lodging page on our event website for more details.