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My1FitLife Adventure in Squaw Valley -Tahoe A
We can not wait to go back to where it all began for My1FitLife Adventures!!! Tahoe is one of our favorite spots because of the beauty, the mountains, the lake, and the pure, powerful energy. Tahoe seems like the perfect place for a rebirth after the rough year plus we have had with the pandemic!
Relax in Squaw Valley village while looking up at the mountains! Hear the incredible Austin Hatch speak about his heroic journey after serving two plane crashes; Michelle will teach you TRE (trauma releasing exercises), and she will also be talking GRIT in life and fitness as well as life after loss and so much more! Keith will be teaching breathing for anxiety, stress, and wellness!!
We will be hiking, climbing (optional), or kayaking in addition to having a lot of laughs at our made-up Olympics. Enjoy the camaraderie of the My1FitLife community while catching up with old friends and making new ones!
You will also have the chance to do Via Ferrata (optional), an optional rock climb in the mountains of Squaw! If climbing is not for you (we get it), we will be taking a group to kayak on the magical waters of Lake Tahoe!!
This will be one of our best events YET, and just in time to enjoy the cool mountain air that fall has to offer.
Michelle, Keith, and My1FitLife Adventure Team in Lake Tahoe!
Registration Fee Includes: Access to ALL My1FitLife Coaches & Guest Speakers Talks/Seminars/Breakout sessions, 1 Adventure Activity on Friday (either lake kayaking OR rock climbing), Saturday guided Hike, Saturday Dinner, My1FItLife “Swag”
(Schedule subject to change)
Special Guest Speaker – Austin Hatch
We are beyond honored to welcome back Austin Hatch to a My1FitLife event. Austin is one of the very most inspiring humans alive today. The two time plane crash survivor will join us to share his story of life after unbearable loss and how he using GRIT to not only survive but THRIVE!
Adventure Option – Via Ferrata
More on Via Ferrata (an optional adventure)
What activity combines all the best parts of climbing, hiking, and scrambling? Plus allows you to ascend an 800-foot vertical cliff AND doesn’t require any specialized climbing skills? Enter Squaw Valley’s newest outdoor activity, the Tahoe Via Ferrata! Now, for the first time, participants can explore the previously inaccessible terrain of Tram Face, high above Olympic Valley’s floor.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Think of Tahoe Via Ferrata as an assisted climbing activity. It transforms once complex and impassible terrain into a fun and accessible course. We’ve equipped the rock with ladder rungs, steel steps, and suspension bridges to allow climbers to move through challenging terrain. Each route also has a steel cable anchored into the rock which runs up the entire route from start to finish. Each participant is issued a harness with a specialized lanyard that attaches to the cable. This system achieves two goals. First of all, it ensures that participants are connected to the rock 100% of the time. Secondly, it makes climbing a big cliff accessible to people with no prior climbing experience.
WHO CAN CLIMB THE TAHOE VIA?
The Tahoe Via Ferrata is appropriate for all skill levels from first-time climbers to experienced alpinists. We welcome families, groups, and individuals. Although the experience doesn’t require specialized mountaineering skills, it’s important to have general physical fitness before joining us for a climb. You should be able to hike continuously for one or more hours, depending on the length of your climbing session.
Please note, due to safety requirements, climbers must be at least 10 years old and 3’11” to climb. Our safety equipment is rated for climbers 88lbs to 264lbs.
A QUICK HISTORY OF VIA FERRATA
Via Ferrata may be new to Tahoe, but its origins are actually quite old! Via Ferrata, Italian for “iron way,” originated during the first and second World Wars. In order to aid troops in crossing the high peaks and passes of the Alps, the rock was retrofitted with steel ladder rungs and cables. The steel “aids” made the challenging terrain accessible to soldiers with no prior climbing experience. After the wars, nobody bothered to remove the leftover hardware from the rock and eventually recreationists began climbing the old routes for fun. Just like that, a new sport was born!
Date : September 9, 2021
Time : 12:00 am
Thursday Registration - Coaches Welcome & Ice Breaker Activity4:30pm - 8:00pm : Registration, Coaches Welcome and Ice Breaker Activity
Date : May 1, 2021
Friday - Adventure Activity
- Option #1 - Kayaking Tour on Lake.
- Option #2 - Tahoe Via Ferrata (Tahoe Via Ferrata as an assisted climbing activity. It transforms once complex and impassible terrain into a fun and accessible course. We’ve equipped the rock with ladder rungs, steel steps, and suspension bridges to allow climbers to move through challenging terrain.
Date : May 2, 2021
Saturday - Hiking
- 7:30am - 2:00pm : Hike Trail (Trail Head TBD). Beginners/Intermediate/Advanced hikers welcome.
- 2:00pm - 5:30pm Free Time
- 5:30pm - 8:00pm Coaches Talk, TRE (Trauma Releasing Exercise) and Dinner (Provided by My1Fitlife - included in Registration)
- 8:00pm - 10:00pm Fire Pit (Depending on Weather)
Date : May 3, 2021
Sunday - Coaches Farewell Talk
- 9:00am - 10:30 Coaches Farewell Talk
- Travel Safe and Live fit with the WHOLE FAMILY!!
Registration IncludesAccess to ALL My1FitLife Coaches & Guest Speakers Talks/Seminars/Breakout sessions, 1 Adventure Activity (either kayaking or rock climbing), Saturday Hike, Saturday Dinner.
Not Included PriceRegistration Fee DOES NOT include Hotel Room, Meals (other than Saturday Night Dinner), or Travel Expenses. *Please ensure you receive your Registration Confirmation Email BEFORE you book airfare.
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