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7 Day Yoga, Meditation, Hiking, Forest and Beach Bathing Holiday Olympic National Park, Washington

Heart of the Hills Campground, Olympic National Park, Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington, USA

Adventurous Yoga Holiday USA

Liz and Roy are thrilled to offer this amazing Olympic National Park adventure for the second time. The first trip in 2018 was amazing! So much beauty. This trip includes hiking, meditations (walking and sitting), forest bathing (soak up prana from the rainforest), beach yoga, yoga in a studio (in Port Angeles), camping, swimming, and community. You will visit some of the biggest trees on earth and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Holman Health decided to combine the inner with the outer, the hiking with the meditation, the forest bathing and the yoga, the community with the solitude, and it will be awesome. Due to the special aspects of this trip, Holman Health will only take about six to eight people, so please do not delay signing up!

Meet the instructors

Roy & Liz
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Highlights

  • Yoga classes
  • Meditation sessions
  • Hiking and forest bathing
  • Backcountry camping experience
  • Visit to Sol Duc Hot Springs
  • 6 nights' accommodation
  • Delicious meals

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6 days with instruction
Group size: Maximum of 8 participants
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Accommodation

During this holiday, you will be camping at Heart of the Hills Campground for four nights and then staying at Quinault River Inn for the last night.

Quinault River Inn

Beautiful views of the serene lower Quinault River grace every room at the inn. Quinault River Inn's quiet location is easily accessed from Highway 101. Comfortable, pillow-top queen beds, updated baths, Native American artwork, and photography of the Olympic Peninsula appoint every room, making your stay memorable. In addition to energy-efficient heat pumps with summer air conditioning, 32-inch HD TV, free Wi-Fi, and smoke-free rooms are offered. The entire facility has been fully renovated including the inviting covered deck.

Quinault River Inn works hard to achieve the best TripAdvisor reviews in the Quinault area. Quinault River Inn has recently been informed by TripAdvisor that Quinault River Inn has been awarded their Certificate of Excellence for 2017, Quinault River Inn's fifth year in a row.

Program

Sample daily schedule

Day 1: Sunday

Drive to Pt. Angeles area of the Olympic Peninsula. Arrive around 2 p.m, and Camp at Heart of the Hills, near Hurricane Ridge. Afternoon meditation in old-growth forest. Dinner at camp. Drive to Hurricane Ridge for a sunset walk, views, and wildlife seeing, and photography.

Meals included: dinner (participants bring their own lunch).

Day 2: Monday

Camp Breakfast. Silent Meditation Walk. Yoga at a local yoga studio in Pt Angeles. Drive west to Lake Crescent Lodge for lunch, possibly swim (amazing high vibration, clear lake water!). Short old growth hike to Marymere Falls. Continue west to Sol Duc campsite. Hot soak at natural mineral springs of Sol Duc. Dinner at camp.

Meals included: breakfast, dinner (participants bring lunch or eat out at Crescent Lodge).

Day 3: Tuesday

Short hike to beautiful Sol Duc Falls, then breakfast. Continue west to the incredible beaches of Olympic National Park. Lunch picnic. We will then hike 2 miles to a stunningly beautiful Beach. This will be a day of meandering, exploring. Beach yoga. Amazing sunset. Dinner.

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Day 4: Wednesday

Morning beach yoga. Breakfast. Hike beach back to cars. From the beach, we head back inland, then stop for a picnic at Bogachiel State Park. Then drive into Olympic National Park’s Hoh River area, one of the most beautiful old-growth rainforests in the world. We will visit the Hoh visitor center, then backpack in three miles, and camp along the Hoh River. Evening meditation walk in the river valley. Camp dinner.

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Day 5: Thursday

Camp Breakfast. Gentle riverside yoga. This is a relaxing, rejuvenating Forest Bathing day! We will take a travel break and hang out in the rainforest, with optional meditation hikes (without heavy packs!) deeper into the rainforest to soak up the great energy, perhaps see wildlife. Maybe take a splash or swim in the Hoh River. Seated riverside meditation and yoga. Restful sleep by the river under the ancient rainforest trees.

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Day 6: Friday

Camp Breakfast. Gentle riverside yoga. We hike out of the Hoh, drive west back towards the coast, then south, and stop to visit one of the most beautiful, ancient red cedar trees in the world. Then Kalaloch Lodge for a delicious lunch, with an ocean view! We continue south to the Quinault area. We will go for a bit of comfort and stay at Trip Adviser's highly rated Quinault River Inn. River view, bathtubs, and hot water.

After cleaning up, we take an old-growth forest nature walk, take a short walk to see the biggest Sitka Spruce in the world, and visit the historic Quinault Lodge, perhaps take a swim from their beautiful lake beach. Eat out at Salmon House. Meals included: Breakfast and lunch.

Day 7: Saturday

Gentle, standing yoga / Earthing outside our hotel by the river, and eat out at historic Quinault Lodge, then head home.

Included excursions

  • Hiking
  • Hot soak at natural mineral springs of Sol Duc
  • Visit to Quinault area to see the biggest Sitka spruce in the world

Instructors

Roy Holman

Liz Gross

Retreat location

Olympic National Park

Quite honestly, the Olympic National Park is Roy's favorite place on earth. He has had a passion for the Olympics since the first time he visited. He has traveled and backpacked all over the world, but there is something about the Olympics, with its old-growth rainforests, stunning beaches, alpine meadows, river valleys, and amazing wildlife that stirs his soul.

Quinault River Inn

Quinault River Inn's location provides great access to the Quinault Rainforest and world record trees, great hikes, and riveting waterfalls within the Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest. Located only 30 minutes from Kalaloch and Ruby beaches, the inn is a great base for exploring the rugged Washington coast and the Hoh Rainforest, too. A delightful old-time general store and two cafes are within easy walking distance, while two restaurants for fine dining are a short five-minute drive. The Amanda Park community is the gateway to the greater Lake Quinault area, the Quinault River valley, and Quinault Rainforest.

Distances

  • Kalaloch and Ruby beaches - 30 minutes

Food

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • Guided yoga (in studio and beach) and meditation
  • Hiking
  • Forest bathing (soak up prana from the rainforest)
  • Visit to Quinault area to see the biggest Sitka spruce in the world
  • 8 meals
  • 6 nights' accommodation
  • Sol Duc hot springs entry
  • All park passes

What's not included

  • A couple lunches
  • 3 or 4 meals out (optional)
  • Gas and ferry costs (perhaps shared)

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 25% 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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Arrival: Sunday August 8, 2021
Departure: Saturday August 14, 2021

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