6th Annual Germany Training Camp 2017


Registration for the 2017 Training Camp is now full.  

Dates: June 9 - 18th, 2017

To be placed on the waitlist, please contact Christiane@splashndash.ca.
Primary focus is on Biking, Outdoor Swimming and Running also included - all distances - all levels 
SHUTTLE SERVICE (with your bike) available to and from airport. To see an example , click here.

Get a head start on your race-ready training phase by biking and swimming outdoors in a warm gentle June climate.
We are ready to offer you a spring training experience you'll never forget!!
Sun & warmth (& no wind) while biking along the Rhine River (in both France & Germany) and up & down the mountain slopes in the Black Forest, swimming in pristine-clear baggersees, and returning with a run to where our German friends are awaiting us!  We'll bike into the Black Forest Mountains, keeping an eye out for witches & goblins lurking in the forest!! We will finish the camp with the option of participating in an Sprint Triathlon. This training camp is ideal to prepare you for any hilly Ironman, 70.3, or any of your local Triathlons.

2017 S&D Training Camp, Black Forest, Germany

2017 Training Highlights:

Participate in a German Touring Day. Choose from  28/46 or 82 km stage. 
3 Countries  in 2 days - Bike around the Bodensee (Lake Constance) ~ 65km day,  flat 
Triple crown Mountain stage 
Participate in Local Triathlon on your last day of the training camp

What’s included:

  • 10 days of structured training camp, fully supported with certified triathlon coaches (Nobody gets left behind!)
  • A maximum of 10 participants under the watchful eye of the coaches
  • Registration in a German Sprint Distance Triathlon
  • Biking in the Black Forest, climbing and descending 12% plus hills in three separate pace groups
  • 2 structured workouts/day (including bricks) except for recommended rest days
  • 10 days and 9 nights accommodations (breakfast included) in shared accommodations (3 or 4 people/house) featuring on-site restaurant, bakery, grocery store and laundry facilities
  • Language support and an inside look at the life style of the historic Black Forest (home of the fairy tales that we all grew up with)
  • Support vehicle

 What will you need:

  • Valid Passport
  • Standard Travel Medical and Accident Insurance

What do you need to bring:

  • Bike accessories and bike helmet
  • Bike - optional ( we have access to a bike store renting all levels of touring bikes, from carbon to cross, in various sizes at about the same cost of shipping your bike)
  • If you opt to rent a bike you might want to bring your own pedals and shoes and maybe your own bike seat
  • Bike lock and bike light
  • Running, swimming, biking clothes and accessories (including wetsuit)
  • Daypack
  • International electrical adapter
  • Visa card is accepted in all major stores, as is cash or international debit card
Proposed Itinerary:
  • Friday, June 9th , arrive at the Training Camp as of 4pm and settle away in your house 
  • Saturday, June 17, Participation in the Laufwelt Triathlon as a finale to your training (individual or team, we'll arrange everything).
  • Sunday, June 19, 9:00 am Morning departure to airport.

 Typical Training Day
  • 7:30 am Yoga stretching or Morning swim
  • 8:00 am Breakfast at the training camp
  • 9:00 am Departure for daily bike rides 
  • 4:00- 5:00 pm Personal Time (Internet, email, etc)
  • 5:00 - 7:00 pm Technical module, massage, shopping or fun run
  • 7:00- 9:00 pm Supper at local restaurants, pubs or Biergartens
CULTURE, ENTERTAINMENT AND LIFESTYLE – IT’S ALL NEARBY! Black_ForestIf you look to the east, you’ll see the wonderful panorama of the northern Black Forest.
The world-famous town of Baden-Baden is just 15 km away at the foot of the mountains. The Schwarzwaldhochstraße (Black Forest High Street), which is lined with interesting destinations, starts in the town. The Badische Weinstraße (Baden Wine Road) also has a lot to offer. Here, you’ll encounter fine wines as well as various tasty Baden delicacies.


The health resort of Baden-Baden is always worth a visit – from the Roman ruins and relaxing thermal springs to the exclusive shopping opportunities and, of course, the famous casino. A trip to this region of Germany isn't complete without visiting this glamorous city.


The French city of Strasbourg is 40 km away.

The impressive cathedral, which attracts millions of visitors each year, is located at the heart of the city’s historical Old Town. If you think of Strasbourg, the first thing that springs to mind is the world-famous cathedral. But this monumental building is not the only sight in the city, not by far. The picturesque Old Town, numerous museums and of course the European Parliament are always popular destinations.

The city of Heidelberg is 125 km away.

The jewel among German travel destinations, Heidelberg is located in the Neckar river valley where the legend-rich Odenwald (Forest of Odin) opens up towards the plains of the Rhine Valley. It is home to the oldest university in Germany (est. 1386). Heidelberg has retained its baroque charm of narrow streets, picturesque houses and of course the world-famous Schloss (castle ruins). 

DESTINATIONS IN THE NORTHERN BLACK FORESThttp://www.tourist-destinations.com/2011/08/heidelberg-germany.html

The northern Black Forest plays host to impressive overwhelming wonders of nature that can be best experienced by bike. Destinations such as the Mummelsee, the Mehliskopf mountain with its summer toboggan run and the breathtaking climbing park make these tours an unforgettable experience.