A Summer Camp for Grown Ups Who Love the Outdoors


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Outdoor adventures, open bars, and nights around the campfire.

Remember the fun you used to have at summer camp? Come relive that great experience at the CamelBak Pursuit Series - except instead of camp counselors, you'll have expert guides and pro athletes showing you the ropes. Over two amazing weekends: Aug. 11-13 at Snowbasin, UT and Sept. 8-10 at Sanborn County Park, CA (just south of San Francisco), you'll spend your days on the trail, climbing rocks, playing on the water, learning new skills, making new friends, listening to music, and relaxing by the campfire. 

All expert instruction and required gear are provided...as well as all of your meals, drinks, and entertainment! All you need to do is pack your bags, show up, and having an amazing time! Your schedule is 100% customizable based on your interests and skill level, and it can be as full or as mellow as you like.

Can't get away for the whole weekend? We're now offering 1-Day Passes so you don't have to miss out on the fun! 

Sign up and come join us!

A big thank you to our sponsors for making this event possible. 

CamelBak, Backcountry, Petzl, IcebreakerTrek Bikes, Altra, Clif, Giro, Lagunitas, Jimmy Styks, Oru Kayak, Camp Chef, Smith, ENO, Leki, Leave No Trace, Muck Boots, Turo, Under Canvas, Rinse Bath & Body Co., Erva, TomBoyX, Mountain House, California Trout, Kuju Coffee, OOFOS, Granite Gear, Tito's Handmade Vodka, Yoga Journal, Sunset Magazine, Tasco, Juniper Ridge.

Cover photo: Scott Kranz

Published: July 11, 2017

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