Up Your Game!
Plan Your Next (or First) “Traincation” in Boulder, Colorado
Swim, Bike, Run…Eat, Shop, Fun!
Follow the footsteps of the legends to the doorstep of the Rockies.
Pack your bags and head to Boulder and find out why the top endurance sport pros and aspiring (and inspiring) age groupers make this their home turf for year-round run, bike and triathlon training. Are your ready to Up Your Game? Select your 2-day or 3-day world-class training and lodging package, starting at $1,350, and get ready to dig deep!
Now it’s your turn to be a local, as you immerse yourself in the one-of-a-kind Boulder active lifestyle for a memorable training vacation. Treat yourself to world-class training and education facilities, mystical trails, endless road climbs, the foodiest dining, and an amazing selection of shops featuring the very latest lust-worthy gear…all in one magical place known affectionately as the Mecca for endurance sport athletes.
Commit to achieving your very best at your next big race, and come make Boulder your pre-season training destination. Treat yourself to an incredible selection of indoor/outdoor training and educational opportunities over the surprisingly sunny winter and spring months. Planning to race this season in Boulder? Whether your goal is IRONMAN Boulder, Boulder Peak or BolderBOULDER, come to town a few months early to dial in your training and altitude acclimatization, while scoring a sweet dress-rehearsal opportunity on course. Either way, you’ll head home full of fitness and confidence ... ready for a bunch of PR’s and the break-through season you deserve.
Check out Triathlete Magazine’s "insider’s guide" to training and racing in Boulder.
Check out Boulder’s world-class training and sports science facilities.
With training this good around here, you are going to be tired and hungry, so you better get to know the very best places to sleep and eat!
Find the best pools, bike shops, running stores and tri shops. Meet the pros and top age groupers, etc.
Photo credits: Boulder Reservoir athletes, Jim Heuck; Flatirons runners, Glen Delman; cyclist, Jim Hueck.