katie colorado

Hi, I'm Katie.
Hiker ~ Nutrition Coach ~ Writer

I help wilderness lovers optimize their health & prepare for their next big adventure.  

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Take a look around, and be sure to visit the blog, where I frequently add content on living well and creating your dream life.

Nourish yourself for the long trail. 

Build strength & resiliency so you can go the distance, again and again.


Discover how to eat for endurance, energy, and strength with this free Stoveless Uncookbook guide. 

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Fulfill your potential. 

Become your strongest, most resilient self.

Feel great & do more of the things you love.

Access that limitless place inside where everything is possible. 

By focusing on the foundations of health, including nourishment, sleep, training, recovery, and stress management, we unlock your potential.


Do you need a guide on your path to wellness? 

Don't miss out on fulfilling your potential because you're struggling with your health!

You can learn about our options to work together one on one here

I also write for publications and am available for speaking engagements or culinary demos. Reach out to me here for more information and other options for working together.

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With my journey recovering from an autoimmune illness, my experience in outdoor endurance endeavors, and my time in the culinary arts, I have a deep toolbox from which I can draw to guide you back to feeling your best.

I look forward to supporting you in living the life you're meant to live!

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Simple Sauerkraut

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