Leavenworth Outdoor Retreat 2021
Date & Location
May 6 - 8, 2021
Get your nature fix without all the work. You’ll stay in a comfortable cabin, we’ll provide delicious food, and you’ll be free to create your own schedule. Choose from adventures like hiking, stand-up paddleboarding, rock climbing, yoga, meditation, bicycling, ziplining, ropes course, and even a giant swing*. You could even relax with a good book in one of our many hammocks. Do it all or nothing at all, it’s up to you. Go at your pace. You’ll have 3-days of fun, laughter, food, naps, and feeling like yourself again. Bring your friends or come alone, everyone is part of the tribe when you’re here.
*Please note there is no cell service at this location, please plan accordingly.
**If you were registered for the canceled Leavenworth 2020 retreat you are now automatically registered for this event. You also have the choice to transfer your registration to the Park City Retreat at no cost.
***WAITLIST: you may join the waitlist for this SOLD OUT retreat by submitting this form.
NEW Intro to Backpacking Adventure add-on. (see backpacking tab for details
- Lodging (cabins with showers and bathrooms)
- Meals & snacks
- All Activities
- Exclusive swag/gear
- Travel insurance
Here's your chance to experience a pure and simple outdoor adventure. Learn the basics of how to pack your pack, navigation, proper water filtration, and more. We take the guesswork out of food prep by providing a healthy and tasty meal/snack kit for the trip. Need gear? No problem, we have that too.
Capacity: 15 women | 5:1 Women to guide ratio
HOW IT WORKS:
- Register for this retreat and choose the backpacking option for an additional $99 fee. Be sure to indicate if you will rent gear or bring your own.
- Arrive a day early to the retreat, Wednesday 5/5 by 12:00 pm
- We’ll do a gear check, teach you how to pack your pack, supply you with your food kit, and then we’re off to nearby Twin Lakes for our overnight adventure.
- We’ll return to Tall Timber Ranch by noon on Thursday, just in time to settle into your cabin, take a shower, and find a hammock for a nice nap before the retreat kick-off.
Wilderness skills clinics including how to pack your pack, basic navigation, what to do when you see wildlife, how to leave no trace, and how to find the best water sources in the backcountry.
Food Kit: snacks, energy bars (good ones), dinner, and breakfast.
Diana Layton, Nasca Richey, & Molly Neal.
On the borders of the Glacier Peak Wilderness Area, lush mountain meadows, massive cedars, and glacial rivers give way to towering snow-capped peaks. The winds here are crisp, and the scent of conifers hangs in the air. Time slows down into an ancient and comfortable rhythm. Here you will find adventure and refuge. With dozens of hiking trails that lead to 360-degree views, alpine lakes, and waterfalls, Tall Timber Ranch offers the best of the Northwest.
- Yoga & meditation
- Ropes Course Challenges
- Rock Climbing
- Giant Swing
- 900' Zipline
- Standup Paddleboarding
- Live musical performance
*In the event of inclement weather, alternate activities will be available.
You may check-in on Thursday between 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. You'll get settled, go on an orientation hike, and jump right into the adventure.
Check-out is on Saturday by 3:00 p.m.
*More details will be provided in the week leading up to the retreat.
Sleeping bag, pillow, blanket, and teddy bear…if that’s your thing.
Daypack for hiking
Water bottle (stay hydrated)
2 pairs of good shoes
Swimsuit for Paddleboarding
Warm layers: jacket, beanie (knit hat), gloves, fluffy socks.
Bike - if you plan to do the biking adventure.
We do offer a discount of 10% for groups of 4+ when purchased together. Please enter the code A4WGROUP at checkout.