Backcountry Yoga and Hiking Retreat

Hike and rejuvenate with Audra Labert, RYT200

Trip Details

Trip Date:

07/06/2022 - 07/10/2022

Trip Type:

Stock Supported

Number of Days/Nights:

5 Days - 4 Nights

Distance:

22mi

Distance with Day Hikes:

45mi

Rating:

Price Per Person:

$1,995

Availablity:

Full

Book this trip:

Online Reservation

Highlights

  • Guided Wilderness Yoga
  • Basecamp comforts
  • Naturalist led day hikes
  • Relaxing pace
  • Wildflowers
  • Vegetarian cuisine

Description

Refuel yourself – mind, body, and spirit – with a 5-day/4-night wilderness yoga and hiking retreat. This trip at our backcountry base camp includes daily yoga, gorgeous hikes, delicious food, and opportunities for solitude in one of the most scenic and remote places in the Rocky Mountains: the Bob Marshall Wilderness. The combination of wilderness solitude, hiking, and yoga make for a much-needed deep breath away from the chaos of the modern world. 

All levels of yoga practitioner are welcome, from beginning to seasoned, so don’t worry about not keeping pace on the mat. Movement will focus on easing into the rhythm of mountain living, and postures will address the needs of the group. Daily yoga practice in camp will include a mix of movement and stillness, while taking time to soak in the scenery and backcountry setting.

After the morning yoga session, you have the option to spend the day hiking, soaking your feet in Birch Creek, or lounging in camp. Day hikes include a stream-side meander and swim in a rock grotto, a mountain meadow wildflower walk, and the opportunity to get above timberline in the shadow of Mt. Patrick Gass. As an added bonus, naturalist Lisa Blood Flowers will accompany us, helping interpret the natural world around us. 

The daily yoga practice and hiking through stunning wild country are a hard combination to beat. This is the ideal rejuvenating getaway for those seeking wilderness solace and the comforts of a base camp.

Instructor Audra Labert has been practicing yoga for nearly two decades with a strong focus on therapeutic yoga, including breath-work and meditation. Learn more about Audra. 

Please call or email for more details.
(406) 289–0863
info@dropstoneoutfitting.com


TRIP CANCELLATION POLICY

Deposits are required at booking and are non-refundable. Trip balances are due by May 15 for summer trips and August 1 for fall trips unless otherwise specified. The balances are non-refundable after these due dates. We only give complete refunds in the event that you do not successfully draw a tag. Other than a non-successful draw, we do not give refunds for any reason. This includes but is not limited to: route changes due to wildfires, smoke, floods, trail conditions, a non-harvest hunt, or unprecedented weather events. We do not give refunds if personal health inhibits you from participating on a trip including exposure to an airborne virus or illness. Because of this, we STRONGLY recommend purchasing trip insurance.
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Trip Rating Definitions


 

Easy

  • 5 - 8 mile travel days along river grade trail with some undulating terrain, but no major changes in elevation. All hiking is on maintained trail.


Moderate

  • 6 – 10 mile travel days with some of those days requiring changes in elevation of 500 – 1200 ft. over several miles. Short portions of route may be off-trail.


Moderately Strenuous

  • 8 – 12+ mile travel days with some days having a combined change in elevation totaling 2,500 feet, or more, over several miles. Off-trail hiking and routing finding with short portions of limited exposure possible.


Strenuous

  • 7 – 12+ mile travel days with regular changes in elevation over a few miles. Frequent off-trail hiking over uneven terrain with areas of exposure and route finding involved. Previous backcountry experience required.


*Please note these descriptions are used for travel days only and are our attempt to provide a rating for the overall trip difficulty. On layover days we will offer optional hiking opportunities that may not be in keeping with the rest of the trip difficulty rating.

Additionally, changes in elevation are meant to represent the days’ starting and ending elevations, but not necessarily the total elevation lost and gained throughout the course of the day. If you have questions or concerns regarding trip difficulty and your abilities please contact us.