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Reinvigorating Yoga Retreat USA

Come enjoy your weekend in this yoga and climbing retreat. Whitney Base Camp & Climbing School offers classes that will teach you the proper skills to get out and climb, along with a yoga program intended to enhance your mental focus and awareness. Learn the skills you need from the pros and practice your breathing and mindfulness with your feet in the air!

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Amy & Casey
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  • Daily yoga sessions
  • Mindfulness and body awareness
  • Learn climbing tips and techniques
  • Guided rock climbing techniques and tips
  • Enjoy campfires and the company of new friends
  • All climbing equipment included
  • 2 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Yoga styles

3 days with instruction
Group size: 3-16 participants
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  • Barbeque facilities
  • Dining area
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Picnic area
  • Free parking
  • Parking lot

You will be provided with two nights of camping at Tuttle Creek Campground with an optional upgrade to stay at the Whitney Portal Hostel. Camping equipment can be provided upon request.


Whitney Base Camp & Climbing School will have a campsite with all the gear you will need to cook, sleep, and enjoy life under the stars. Each day will begin with a morning yoga session in the vast high desert of the Alabama Hills. Here, with the backdrop of Mt. Whitney and the Sierra Nevada Mountains, you will breathe deeply and thank yourselves.

The yoga sessions are designed to enhance mental focus and awareness and to stretch-out all those climbing specific muscles. Afterward, you will divide into groups based on experience levels, and set out to the crags for instruction and climbing fun. Late afternoon, you will return to the campsite to enjoy the beautiful Sierra sunsets, as you cook dinner, refresh yourselves at the creek, and have a merry time at the campfire. All equipment you need can be provided free of charge upon request.



  • From 4 p.m. onwards, meet at Tuttle Creek Campground group campsite, there is no specific time, as many of you will be driving to Lone Pine this night. You can also arrive on Saturday morning, just get in touch to work out the details
  • Register and sign paperwork - This is a good time to get fitted for climbing shoes, helmets, harnesses, and belay devices, should you need any of these items
  • Set up your tent and sleeping area.
  • You will have a fire going once it gets dark and you will use this time to get to know one another


  • Make breakfast and lunches to bring with for your climbing day
  • Morning yoga in the Alabama Hills
  • Split into groups and go out to the crags. You will climb most the day and have informational and skill seminars
  • Head back to the campground for dinner, relaxing, and fire


  • Make breakfast and lunches to bring with you for our climbing day
  • If you plan to leave after climbing, this will be a good time to break down your tents
  • Morning yoga in the Alabama Hills
  • Split into groups and go out to the crags. More skill seminars and more climbing
  • At 4 p.m. you will reconvene and say your goodbyes

Included excursions

The program includes rock climbing and yoga in the Alabama Hills and camping and campfires under the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains.


Amy Ness

Casey Stroud

Retreat location

This retreat will be held in Alabama Hills in California, USA. The Alabama Hills have been designated a National Scenic Area for their vast beauty. Lone Pine is located in the Eastern Sierra and is three and a half hours from either Los Angeles or Las Vegas. It is a world-class climbing and hiking destination with the tallest mountain in the continental United States, Mt. Whitney, visible from town.


Food is not included as everyone performs best on their own individual diets. However, cooking gear is provided, and there are a vast array of eating options in Lone Pine as well as a market.

Things to do (optional)

There are many beautiful trails to go explore and the town offers all the amenities, suc as restaurants, bars, museums, and shops. Lone Pine is a world-class climbing and hiking destination with the tallest mountain in the continental United States, Mt. Whitney, visible from town. Death Valley National Park can be reached in 45 minutes by car, as well as the Keough Hot Springs.

What's included

  • Daily Yoga sessions followed by guided climbing instruction from a professional staff of female guides
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • All climbing and camping equipment

What's not included

  • Meals
  • Gratuities to the guiding staff
  • Transportation

How to get there

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Driving directions from Los Angeles or Las Vegas

Lone Pine is located on Scenic Highway 395. It is 3.5 hours from either Los Angeles or Las Vegas, or 4 hours from Reno. Once in Lone Pine, turn west on Whitney Portal Road, the only stoplight in town. Follow this until you reach Horseshoe Meadow Road and turn left. After about 3 minutes, you will see the sign for Tuttle Creek Campground. We will have signs navigating you from the turn off in Lone Pine.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.

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3 days / 2 nights
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Minimum group size

This trip requires a minimum of 3 participants


Arrival: Friday September 16, 2022
Departure: Sunday September 18, 2022

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