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Join Earth Play Retreats on this exciting rock climbing and yoga retreat in Moab, USA. Moab is the ultimate adventure capital of the U.S. and everyone loves its breathtaking scenery. The beautiful sandstone walls and monoliths, the Colorado River winding through and the La Sal Mountains soaring above the town is quite a breathtaking jaw-dropping backdrop. You will spend days doing rock climbing, yoga, Thai massage, and river rafting.
You will stay at Pack Creek Ranch. Cradled in the foothills of the La Sal Mountains, Pack Creek Ranch cabins are just south of Moab and are spread out over 15 acres of land, most of it pasture. This small hamlet is part of a historic 300-acre ranch favored by visitors, locals and guests alike for its moderate summertime temperatures, exceptional mountain, and desert views and natural beauty.
The secluded location means you won't find network televisions or telephone landlines so you can relax and escape daily pressures. However, high-speed internet and some television options are available. The Pack Creek Road House is one of the most beautifully redone cabins that Moab has to offer. Located in Pack Creek, about 20 minutes from downtown Moab, you’ll feel refreshed from the mountain air at the base of the La Sal mountains.
The two bedrooms two bath cabin has views of the mountains in nearly every room thanks to the big windows. The famous Abbey Cabin is just a couple of steps outside of the home, giving the Roadhouse a total of three bedrooms. This is the site where Edward Abbey wrote several of his pieces.
Now fully remodeled, it serves as an additional sleeping area with a new queen sleeper sofa. You’re going to want this kitchen in your own home. It’s bright and airy, has a farmhouse sink, wood countertops, a great window, and cute light fixtures. It has all the supplies necessary to make a large meal. The dining area and living room are combined.
You’ll want to sit all day looking at your views and admiring the intricacies this home has to offer, like the beautiful wood ceiling, furniture, fireplace and so much more. If you want to connect back to the world, then you will be happy to have a smart TV and Wi-Fi. Cell reception is a little dodgy out at Pack Creek.
Both bedrooms have queen size beds and will serve as perfect retreats after a full day of adventuring. There is also a swimming pool, hot tub and a detoxing sauna. Soak up some sun in the hammock on the back deck, or enjoy the scenery while barbequing on the propane grill. There is quite a bit of wildlife out at Pack Creek including adorable goats.
This is a full day and includes all gear and guided experience up iconic Ancient Art tower or Looking Glass Rock (depending on skill level). This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to use your new and improved climbing skills to reach a spectacular summit.
At Fisher Towers, an ancient seabed layer has been worn away to make some of the most intricate formations in the Moab area. Ancient Art sits near the base of the large towers, which loft 900 feet above. Still, rising almost 350 feet from its base to the corkscrew-shaped summit, Ancient Art is one of the most gravity-defying summits in the area. Route: Stolen Chimney (II 5.8 A0 or 5.10) 4 pitches.
Looking Glass Dome is the perfect introductory multi-pitch rock climbing route. Featuring low-angle slab climbing which is perfect for learning footwork this climb ascends three pitches to the spacious summit and jaw-dropping views. After enjoying the summit, you will do a wild 140 feet rappel through the eye of an arch. Route: East Rib (5.6) - 3 pitches.
Enjoy a half day rafting trip with lunch included.
Heidi Wirtz is a climber, yogi, and philanthropist at heart. She holds a deep love of connecting with nature, sharing her passions and inspiring others to follow their dreams. She has been guiding in the outdoors for over 15 years and is a certified wilderness first responder, has level two avalanche training, and has had extensive training in alpine and rock guiding. She has been climbing for over 20 years, letting her passion for adventure and exploration lead her to exotic and remote places around the world. Heidi has pioneered new routes up unclimbed big walls and mountains.
Moab, Utah, home to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, is surrounded by some of the most stunning red rock landscapes on Earth. Moab’s unique combination of small resort town hospitality, beautiful scenery and the cool waters of the Colorado River has made it one of the most sought after destinations in the American Southwest.
While exploring the most unique scenery in the American Southwest, visitors can relax and experience the small town hospitality of Moab. Moab’s perfect climate has made it a magnet for year-round outdoor events and festivals, and the downtown business district has responded with a great collection of restaurants, microbreweries, shops, and galleries.
Moab’s diverse cuisine will please any palate, from regional southwestern fare to world-class gourmet. Stroll through the downtown shops for a great selection of southwestern arts and jewelry, souvenirs, t-shirts, and much more. Moab is truly an adventure capital of the US and a must visit location for all outdoor enthusiasts.
A welcome dinner for the first night is included in the price as well as lunch during the half day rafting trip. All other meals are on your own. You will have a full kitchen at your disposal. A health food store and plenty of amazing restaurants are near for you to choose from.
Salt Lake City International Airport
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Grand Junction Regional Airport
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Grand Junction, Colorado to Moab driving time is one and a half to two hours. Salt Lake City, Utah to Moab driving time is four hours.
Please book your flight to arrive at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). You may also choose to arrive at Canyonlands Field (CNY) or Grand Junction Regional Airport (GJT). You may rent a car from the airport then drive to Pack Creek Ranch.
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