Women's Yoga & Climbing Retreat in Joshua Tree, California

3 Days, Multiple Departures

Women's Yoga & Climbing Retreat in Joshua Tree, California
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A full weekend of fun, yoga, camping, and climbing with adventurous women. Learn from our full staff of AMGA-certified, female guides who are experts at finding the right climbs for you! We offer guided climbing and yoga instruction for climbers and yogis of all skill levels, from first-time beginners to advanced. Then, after a full day out, enjoy a campfire chatting with new friends. Don’t forget to look out for the shooting stars!

Our female guides have been in the climbing world for decades with experience in sport climbing, bouldering, alpine, multi-pitch, and/or big-wall climbing.  Take a deep breath during our morning yoga sessions which will help prepare you for a full day of climbing, followed by drinks around the campfire. Should be a weekend to remember! All skill levels are welcome; We split the groups into similar interest/ability levels and aim to climb around 6 hours each day!


TRAVEL INFO: We will be staying at Cascade Trails Mustang Sanctuary. It is located about 5 minutes from the park entrance of Indian Cove. They can be searched on Google Maps.

TOWN AMMENITIES: Joshua Tree and Twentynine Palms have a few small markets. You can get all the basics, but very few specialty items. Yucca, has many large stores/restaurants available. You can grab food in town and bring it to the campground if you don't want to cook. Showers are available at Coyote Corner for $4 in Joshua Tree. Nomads is a climbing/hiking shop in town, should you forget anything.

CAMP LIFE: We will be in a few adjacent campsites with plenty of room for you to pitch a tent or car camp. They also have several Glamping options available should you wish not to camp. There are several Picnic tables and fire rings there. We will be providing wood for a fire each night, and a few stoves/pots, aluminum foil, pans, etc., for anyone to use. I would suggest bringing a cooler to keep your food items and at least a cup, bowl, spoon. There are toilets, fire pits, and cell service at the campground, but no water. We will have some large jugs for the group, but please bring extra bottles/containers for yourself, if possible.

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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