GORP Camp - October 2024


GORP CAMP!

The Perfect Trail Mix
With Miranda Goes Outside and Kula Cloth

 

What happens when you combine the adventurous spirit of Miranda Goes Outside with the innovative mind of Kula Cloth Founder Anastasia Allison? Absolute magic! GORP Camp (Go Outside, Relax, and Play) is the result of this incredible collaboration, offering an unforgettable camp experience in Leavenworth, WA.

Experience the perfect blend of adventure, relaxation, and camaraderie at GORP Camp. Like the classic trail mix that combines the best ingredients to fuel your journey, GORP Camp brings together an incredible mix of people, fun activities, and experiences that will leave you energized and inspired. Whether you're pitching your tent next to new friends, enjoying delicious meals, or participating in workshops and outdoor games, every moment is designed to help you unwind, learn, and connect with like-minded adventurers. Join us for a weekend that celebrates the best of everything — just like the perfect trail mix!

 

October 18-20, 2024 / Tierra Retreat Center / Leavenworth, WA

What to Expect:

    • Camping with Miranda and Anastasia: Pitch your tent next to Miranda and Anastasia and be prepared to share lots of laughs, a few moments of zen and some serious backpacking hacks.  
    • Epic Swag Bags: Take home hundreds of dollars worth of gear from ultralight gear companies at Garage Grown Gear.  
    • Opportunities to Win New Gear: Lots of Gear!!
    • 5 Delicious Meals: We’ll keep you energized and happy all weekend long with nutritious meals from local caterers – because who wants to camp on an empty stomach?
    • Classes and Workshops: Spend time outside learning hiking and backpacking skills with our expert hosts.  
    • Crafts and Camp Games: Camp wouldn’t be complete without fun and games.
    • Community Vibes: Connect with fellow campers. Share stories, make friends, and maybe find a new hiking buddy. 
    • Opportunities to Connect Miranda and Anastasia: Learn hiking tips and tricks, backpacking hacks and maybe even discover some hidden hiking gems.
    • Stories and Q&As: Gather ‘round the campfire for tales of adventure and a few hilarious mishaps. Ask all your burning questions.

Registration Opens July 10, 2024!

Be one of the first 50 registrants and save $40

 

Nutty Early Bird Ticket Price: $495 
(Early Bird Rate for First 50 Registrants)
Standard Crunchy Trail Ticket Price: $535
Last Minute Trail Munchies Ticket Price: $575
Tickets purchased after October 1, 2024


About your hosts:

 

Miranda Webster
Miranda Webster’s love affair with the outdoors started when she took a college summer job at a local outdoor store. She knew nothing about hiking or camping, but threw herself into it anyway - and was hooked. That year, she bought her first pair of hiking boots, and a decade later, she’s made a career out of sharing her love of hiking, backpacking, and camping.
 
Miranda is the talent and content creator at Miranda Goes Outside.  In 2019, Miranda partnered with Rainer Golden and the REI Co-op Studios Team to create “Miranda in the Wild.” The goal was to break the cycle of overly serious and seemingly unobtainable outdoor content online, and instead share content that reflected the joyous, and even silly side of camping and hiking – helping people to feel welcome, and answer some of the big questions: what do you eat, what do you pack, and where do you poop? 
Anastasia Allison:
Anastasia Allison is a former park ranger and police officer turned full-time entrepreneur.   A near fatal car accident became the catalyst for her to pursue her dream of living an adventure-inspired life.  She is the creator of Kula Cloth and the inventor of the Rapunzel Gaiter. She started her company  in her guest bedroom and now her products are sold all over the world. 
She lives in a cabin on a lake surrounded by granite cliffs with her husband Aaron, who plays the ukulele, and their three cats, Niko, Cinder and Esa. When they aren't performing music together, they try to spend as much time as possible riding motorcycles and sleeping in tents.