Snowshoe to A New You

If you’re looking to hold onto winter just a little bit longer, heading to the hills to snowshoe is an excellent way to explore our unique ecosystem, burn some calories and feel invigorated from your outdoor pursuits.

Here in the South Okanagan, many of our residents, snowbirds and visitors are enjoying the snowshoe trails at Baldy Mountain Resort. With that in mind, we invite you to use the benefits of snowshoeing as an excuse to enjoy our resort, the great outdoors, the wines of the South Okanagan and some yoga. It’s an entire weekend designed to improve your wellness.

Yoga Wine and Snowshoeing Weekend Wellness Retreat

March 3 – 5, 2017. Full Package Rates from $299.

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This Winter Wellness Weekend includes a Welcome Wine Reception, Relaxing Evening Yoga, 2 nights stay in a 2 bedroom suite, Morning Fresh Yoga, Snow Shoeing Excursion to Mt. Baldy with Lunch, Delicious Dinner at The Restaurant at Watermark Beach Resort, Breakfast to your room both Saturday and Sunday and Morning Farewell Yoga on Sunday.

$299 each + tax

*Based on Double Occupancy*

Transfers not included in the price

Experience 4 Benefits of Snowshoeing

Build Muscle with a Low Impact Activity

The snow acts as a cushion to protect your knees. Plus, when you work poles into your snowshoe outing, you are conditioning your arms, back and shoulders. Snowshoeing is a great fitness activity for people of all ages who are looking for a low impact activity while enjoying the winter air.

Burn More Calories

Did you know you can burn more calories snowshoeing over walking? That’s reason enough to give it a try!

Get Outside and Enjoy Nature

Spending time being active outside is a great way to unwind and de-stress. The aroma of nature can also help decrease stress levels. As an added benefit, while your cheeks are getting rosy and you are breathing in fresh air, just think of what you’re not breathing in: the pollutants and germs found in the indoor air!

Time Spent Alone or Time Spent With Friends is Never a Waste 

When  you get outside to enjoy winter you are exposing yourself to a beauty that can only be had during that particular season: the crisp air, the blanket of white and the peacefulness of the great outdoors. Whether you use the time to contemplate life, give gratitude or be mindful; or, you use the experience to catch up with dear friends or family, time spent outside can never be classified as wasted time.