June 14 - 16, 2019
Registration Ended Tue. Jun 11, 2019 @ 11:59 PM

Event Details:

How about a weekend of trails, waterfalls, wildflowers, mountains, workshops, food, and fun with inspiring ladies? That's what the Women's Trail Festival is all about! The event brings together women of all experience levels around trails and trail running for weekend of trail runs, workshops and group discussions led by experienced female athletes, adventurers, and leaders! This event takes place in downtown Clayton, local national forest trails, and Black Rock Mountain State Park. Special Guest Mirna Valerio will be joining for the weekend!

For more details and the event itinerary, visit our event website.

Ticket Information:

Ticket Includes:
- Friday night talk and happy hour with Mirna Valerio
- Saturday breakfast and yoga/stretch session
- Saturday group runs with aid stations and ongoing shuttle to trailhead from Downtown Clayton
- 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
- Beer provided by Terrapin Brewing Company

Ticket Does Not Include:
- Lodging: Al a carte options available at checkout!
- Friday night dinner
- Lunches
- Transportation

Lodging Options:

Lodging is not included in the ticket price. If you are up for camping, we encourage attendees to stay at Black Rock Mountain State Park, located just 10 minutes north of Downtown Clayton. It’s Georgia's highest state park, and it encompasses some of the most outstanding scenery in Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. We’ve booked a limited amount of walk-in campsites and a primitive group camp that you can reserve when you register. Details on those options are below! The park also has many incredible individual campsites that you can book on your own.

However, It is NOT mandatory to stay at Black Rock Mountain State Park. If you live locally or would rather stay in a local hotel or bed and breakfast, there are many great options for that as well! 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. See our event website for more details!

Lodging options at Black Rock Mountain State Park:

SOLD OUT 2 Bedroom Cottages: $380/cabin There are two cottages at Black Rock Mountain State Park available for rent. Each cottage has 2 bedrooms with two beds in each room (4 beds total, max 8 people). SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT Primitive Pioneer Campsite: $10/per car - book through event registration
This is a beautiful group camp area nestled down a ¾ mile mountain road in the park. The road can sometimes become rutted out, so a high clearance vehicle or confident driving skills in a low clearance vehicle are helpful! There are adirondack style bunk buildings, an indoor gathering space with a small kitchen area. You can also set up tents in this area. There is water and electricity in the group gathering space, but no heating or air conditioning. There are nice pit toilets and an outdoor unheated shower. You may also use the heated showers in the main campground area, but they are not in walking distance from the group site.

**SOLD OUT** Non-electric Walk-In Campsites: max 6 people/2 cars per site/2 tents - book through event registration
This a cluster of wonderful walk-in sites. They offer lots of privacy and are nestled in beautiful forest. Each site has a tent pad, fire ring, and picnic table. The campsites are very close to the parking area, so it’s a short walk to (75 ft to 600 ft). There is water and a bathhouse with electricity also conveniently located in the parking area. The tent pads can fit two small/medium sized tents.

SOLD OUT Electric Tent/Car/RV Sites - We don’t have any of these sites set aside, but they are available to book through Black Rock Mountain State Park’s website. These sites are located near the walk-in campsites, and they are a great option if you’d like more space and privacy or are traveling with a coed group.



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