“Jogging Tips with Elinor Fish: Take Running to the Next Level”
By Laura Willams on GirlsGoneSporty.com, May 25, 2012
“Elinor has been teaching running clinics since 1998 and currently hosts an annual women’s running retreat that combines instructional how-tos with lifestyle tips for making running an integral part of day-to-day life.”
“Run Well and Be Well”
By Jennifer Olson in Women’s Adventure Magazine Online, March 8, 2012
“Participants will come away not only with a better of understanding of how to run well, but also with how to stay motivated in the pursuit of personal and athletic goals.”
“Event Preview: Trail Running Retreat; No Experience Necessary”
By Casey Saussy in Endurance magazine, February 20, 2012
“The Run Wild Retreat experience invoked all the best childhood memories of summer sleep-away camp–even making s’mores over a campfire.”
“Take to the Trails”
By Diana Price in Women magazine, Winter 2012.
“Among those turning to the trails are growing numbers of female runners who are discovering the joy and the fitness opportunities to be found in trail running.”
“2012 Trail Running Camps”
By Bryon Powell on iRunFar.com, January 4, 2012.
“Athlete-Mom Interview with Elinor Fish”
By Danelle Kabush on DanelleKabush.com, September 29, 2011.
“She has continued to push the distance and is now running ultras and encouraging other women and moms to stay active through her company, Run Wild Retreats, which organizes trail running and yoga adventures for women.”
“Call of the Wild: Climb, Paddle or Surf Your Way to Bliss on a Yoga Adventure”
by Lauren Ladoceour in Yoga Journal magazine, June 2011.
“Daily yoga helps you run in to your body rhythms and breath and savor the meditative quality of running in nature.”
“Trail Running and Wellness Retreat for Women: Mind, Body and Good for the Soul”
in Endurance magazine, May 2011 and on the Endurance mag blog.
“Ever dreamed of just running wild? Like the way that sounds, huh? Now you actually can! Run Wild Retreats has announced their second Trail Running & Wellness Retreat for Women 18-21 at the Vagabond Ranch in Granby, Colorado.”
“Trail Running: Run Away from life’s problems and into a healthy body”
by Jeannine Stein
Los Angeles Times on 1/3/11
“This is the most time-efficient and effective way of eliminating stress and refreshing your mind,” says Elinor Fish, managing editor of Trail Runner magazine. “That is definitely a big draw of the sport, especially for people who don’t have a lot of time.”
“Have Friends, Will Travel”
by Jayme Otto in Women’s Adventure magazine Travel Trends blog on November 26, 2010
“Trail Runner magazine editor and athlete Elinor Fish offers running retreats in Colorado and Canada, as well as a 10-week-clinic in Carbondale, Colorado. I know Elinor personally, just haven’t been on one of her trips yet… but I got bombarded with email from women raving about her retreats, so I’m happy to add her to my list.”
“Run Wild Weekend”
by Shanti Sosienski Shape.com on June 10, 2010
“Trail running doesn’t have to be intimidating. Capitalize on its ability to get you close to nature and tame stress at this trail running weekend led by Elinor Fish, an editor of Trail Runner magazine and founder of the Trail Running and Fitness Retreat.”
“Trail Running Frees the Mind”
by Kristen Lodge Sky Hi Daily News, Grand County, Colorado, on 6/18/10.
“Elinor chose Granby and Vagabond Ranch to host the retreat because she was looking for an ideal venue for a big group, saying, ’I spent months last winter scouring the Rockies for the right place that offered affordable accommodation with easy access to trails right from the property, and then heard about Vagabond from a friend who had been there.’”
“Colorado Trail Running and Wellness for Women”
by Kara Williams TheVacationGals.com on 5/3/10.
“Beginners are absolutely welcome at the July retreat, billed as an educational and fitness-oriented training camp for active women interested in learning the basics of trail running.”
“Go To Camp”
by Lisa Jhung RunnersWorld.com Trail Heads blog on 5/12/10.
“Set near the Continental Divide in the Rocky Mountains (at 9,000 feet), this camp is just for women, and the focus is introducing women to trail running as a healthy lifestyle and opportunity to get close to nature.”
“Go Back to Summer Camp, You Trail Runner”
by Bryon Powell iRunFar.com on 7/11/ 2010
“Summer’s coming and we may soon find ourselves reminiscing of days spent at summer camp during our youth. No need to be nostalgic, get out there and attend a trail running camp for adults. They’re a ton of fun, a great place to meet new trail friends, and chances are you’ll learn something, too.”
“Running, Love and Thunderstorms”
by Chris Van Leuven Sopris Sun newspaper, 6/3/2010
“When it comes to offering tips to aspiring trail runners, Fish points out that sometimes taking along an energy drink can be more important than being in optimal shape. A drink can allow runners to go further than they otherwise think is possible. ‘What is more limiting than fitness is lack of nutrition on the trails,” she says.”
“Why Run Alone? Go To a Trail-Running Camp”
by Elinor Fish and Michael Benge Trail Runner Magazine, May 2010 issue.
“Led by Trail Runner ‘s managing editor, Elinor Fish, this women-only all-inclusive retreat at Vagabond Ranch, an eco-lodge situated in the Colorado Rockies, will invigorate your body and soul through trail running and yoga.”