Women's Yoga & Climbing Retreat in Lone Pine, California

Oct 11 to Oct 13, 2024

Women's Yoga & Climbing Retreat in Lone Pine, California
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Women Only

Join us for a full weekend of fun, yoga, camping, and climbing with adventurous women. Learn from our experienced female guides who have decades of experience in sport climbing, bouldering, alpine, multi-pitch, and big-wall climbing. Start your day with a deep breath during our morning yoga sessions to prepare for a full day of climbing, then unwind with drinks around the campfire in the evening. It's sure to be a weekend to remember! All skill levels are welcome; we split the groups by similar interests and abilities, aiming to climb for around 6 hours each day!

With natural arches, hundreds of climbing routes just minutes from the road, and an impressive Sierra backdrop, "the Hills" were our first Yoga & Climbing Retreat destination, and they remain our favorite!

Learn from our full staff of AMGA-certified female guides, who are experts at finding the perfect climbs for you. We offer guided climbing and yoga instruction for all skill levels, from first-time beginners to advanced practitioners. After a full day of activities, relax around the campfire, chat with new friends, and don't forget to watch for shooting stars!

Town Amenities:

Grocery Store: Located on Main St., offering basic necessities with limited specialty items.

Restaurants: Several options available, including a highly recommended taco truck by the Mobile Gas Station on Main St. Perfect for a quick bite or to bring food up to the campground.

Showers: Available at the Whitney Portal Hostel on Main St. for $7.

Climbing/Hiking Stores: Big Willi’s Mountaineering and Elevation are both on Main St., offering gear and essentials if you forget anything or want to shop.

Camp Life:

Group Campsite: Plenty of space for tents or car camping.

Amenities: Several picnic tables, fire rings, pit toilets, and potable water.

Campfire: Firewood will be provided each night.

Cooking Gear: A few stoves, pots, pans, aluminum foil, etc., will be available for use.

Suggested Items: Bring a cooler for food items, and at least a cup, bowl, and spoon.

About The Host

With over fifteen years of experience climbing and mountaineering, We have climbed some of the biggest rock walls in the world, including El Capitan and all three towers of Torres Del Paine in Patagonia. After devoting over a decade to establishing first ascents on large rock walls, we are now more inclined to push it sport climbing, occasionally throwing down some big mountain/trad missions or bouldering on the side.

Our team is an AMGA Aspirant Guide, has training from AIARE, and is a Wilderness First Responder. We also work as Lead Safety for Running Wild with Bear Grylls and occasionally work with other productions doing rigging, scouting, and safety.


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