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South Coast training camp 2022

Dates: 30th Sept to 3rd Oct 2022

Kick off the 22/23 season with a high-quality training camp in the beautiful (& hilly) South Coast between September 30th & October 3rd, which is the long weekend. This is a pilot camp so costs are at a minimum to allow for a taster for years to come!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HLT is piloting a new training camp location in the beautiful south coast location of Kiama which will continue the same outstanding experience as the Snowy Mountains camp. Over 3 full days you will experience some of the best and most challenging climbs, ride over parts of the L’etape 2022 course, run on spectacular trails and recover in the ocean.

 

 

Camp Highlights

Arrive in Kiama on the evening of Friday 30th September and get ready to experience some of the best training Australia has to offer.

Climb the likes of Berry Mountain, Macquarie Pass & Saddleback Mountain to test yourself on some of the toughest climbs the South Coast has to offer. 

Run along the coast line and hit the trails with the added bonus of being able to jump in the ocean too!

Enjoy group training in a fun and relaxed environment surrounded by other athletes and geek out on all things swim, bike, and run.

What You Get

  • Shared accommodation for the duration of the camp.

  • Basic Breakfast provided including cereals, bread, spreads etc.

  • All sessions led by a fully qualified professional coach.

  • An opportunity to learn from and train with a group of like-minded individuals.

  • Exclusive camp competitions and give-aways.

FAQ

What will the weather be like?

While this camp is held in Spring, you can experience a whole range of weather with some rides starting hot, getting cold as you climb then warming up again as you descend. We advise you to bring a selection of training gear suitable for all weather conditions.

How do I get to Kiama?

This camp requires you to make your own way to and from the camp. Kiama is less than 2 hours drive from Sydney. Once signed up, you can also arrange to travel with other people attending the camp.

Are meals included?

This camp will provide basic breakfast which will include bread, cereals, spreads, milk for you to make your own breakfast. We will also provide an esky service which will meet us on some of our rides if you wish to pack lunch or cold drinks while we are training. We will go out for some meals which are not included in the camp fee.

What accommodation is included?

We have booked a number of houses for people attending the camp to stay in. These houses will be shared with camp attendees and we will do what we can to ensure friends are in the same accommodation as each other. If you would prefer to source your own accommodation we have camp only options available as well which still enables you to join all of our camp sessions.

What else do I need to bring?

As this is a pilot camp it has limited levels of support so you are still expected to carry everything you need to be self-sufficient. This means enough spare inner-tubes, co2 canisters, and nutrition to get yourself through every ride. If you are unsure whether to bring something it is probably best to bring it. If you have are unsure whether to bring a TT or road bike, a road bike would be your best option because of the elevation of a number of rides.

I am worried I am not good enough to attend.

You must be able to ride 100k comfortably. This is a pilot camp so there isn't the support to cover a huge range of abilities. If you are unsure then reach out to either Charles or Loren.

Camp Packages

$470 per person includes shared accommodation and breakfast for 3 nights 

$200 per person training only (excludes accommodation and breakfast)