Resolve to feel great and have fun! Enjoy the spectacular mountains of British Columbia this winter; snowshoes, delicious food, cosy fires- Mountain Trek offers adventure to start the New Year.
Keeping chronic physical, mental and emotional stress at bay is completely within your power! At Mountain Trek we set you on the healthy path to preventing diabetes, hypertension and a host of other imbalances–all with nutrition, exercise, knowledge and relaxation.
February 8– 15 and February 15 – 22, 2014
Join Mountain Trek at Rancho La Puerta for 1 or 2 sun-filled weeks in February. Imagine leaving the cold fall weather behind.
Embrace your health and sense of adventure while on a hiking vacation at our extraordinary preventative health retreat, wellness spa and fitness boot camp.
Mountain Treks’s high intensity fitness retreat teaches you how to prevent a lifestyle of aches, pains, hypertension and stress. Based at our luxurious mountain lodge we set you on a path of wellness with nutritious meals, preventative health care lectures, detoxification through massage and sauna, and daily hiking, all in the stunning Rocky Mountains.
Our mission is to support you as you reach your preventative health, fitness and weight loss goals – doing away with aches, pains and stress, rebooting your metabolism, and transforming your outlook. You will look younger and gain control of feeling younger as well!
Wake each morning with yoga at sunrise, before enjoying a day hiking, immersed in nature. After a day spent on the trails, unwind in the spa with a massage and soak in the natural, healing hot springs located next to the property. Snuggle in at our timber frame base lodge for a deep and peaceful sleep. Awake rested, full of youthful vitality.
Need to find the perfect gift? Check out our Healthy Gift Guide, 6 healthy Gift Ideas that support the Mountain Trek Lifestyle.
Melanie Robin, Guest Services Coordinator sat down with Kirkland Shave, General Manager and Program Director at Mountain Trek. The topic for discussion was around the new construction currently under way at the lodge at Mountain Trek.
Thanksgiving; a time to reflect on all we have to be thankful for! But is putting gratitude on the calendar one day a year enough to embrace this attitude?