We love what we do here at Walker Wellness Retreats. That's why our Zion National Park Retreat is currently rated as one of the most popular yoga retreats in the USA on BookYogaRetreats.com. We've served hundreds of guests since 2016, and we would love to have you join us!
Every retreat features a private yoga instructor who offers multiple classes during your stay. All classes are optional, which mean you can choose what you feel is right for you.
Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park contain some of the most spectacular hiking trails in the country. From Observation Point to the Narrows, there is something for you!
We take food very seriously, and we know our guests do too. All meals are included during your stay, as well as snacks for your activities. We also offer gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options upon request.
You deserve a little "me time." That's why each retreat has built-in leisure time so you can relax in the hot tub, journal, or take a nap. All activities are optional so you can enjoy your retreat at your own pace.
Our retreat homes are located just outside of Zion National Park and a short drive from Bryce Canyon National Park. We take you into the parks and drop you off where you need to go (no parking required). Entry to the parks is also included.
Transportation from the airport to the retreat homes is included, as well as all planned activities and meals during your stay. Don't worry about any extra costs or hidden fees. Just sit back and relax.
The list below shows currently scheduled retreats. As demand increases, we may add additional dates and as a result, this list may change. Come back frequently to see the latest retreats!
If the retreat you'd like to join is sold out, click here to join the waitlist. Be sure to include the dates you're interested in.
Looking to book a private group trip for your yoga studio or friend group? With a group of 8+ we may be able to offer discounted retreat rates. Visit our Custom Group Retreats page to learn more!
Ashley P. | Google Review
Our retreat home in Utah is a fabulous, privately-owned house. It sits in a secluded area, on the east side of Zion National Park, and rests at 6,500 feet elevation. It's nestled amongst majestic Ponderosa Pines with awe-inspiring mountain views of true wilderness. This house has 6,000 square feet of luxury living with an additional 1,000 square feet of decks and balconies on nearly 2 acres of canyon ridge property.
About The House
The Ponderosa: Master Suite, upper level, w/private deck, fireplace & bathroom.
The Birch: Upper level twin room w/private bathroom
The Juniper: Upper level twin room w/"Jack and Jill" bathroom (shared w/The Aspen)
The Aspen: Upper level twin room w/"Jack and Jill" bathroom (shared w/The Juniper)
The Sagebrush: Main level room with 2 queen beds, private bath
The Sage: Lower level room with 2 queen beds, private bath
The Cottonwood: Lower level room with king bed, private bathroom
The living room features a comfortable couch and floor-to-ceiling windows.
On April 1st, 2022, Zion National Park instituted a new permit system for hiking Angels Landing. If you are planning to hike to the top of Angels Landing during your upcoming Zion National Park retreat, please be aware of the information below.
As you are likely aware, Angels Landing is one of the most popular hikes in Zion National Park. Due to overcrowding issues, the National Park Service is implementing a brand new permit system to control the crowds. It’s based on a lottery system and is required if you’re interested in hiking all the way to the top of Angels Landing.
If you are interested in entering the seasonal lottery, be aware of the deadlines shown in the adjacent image. If the seasonal lottery deadline has passed, you may apply for the day-before lottery the day before you wish to hike. If you are not interested in hiking to the top of Angels Landing, no action is necessary on your part. Guests may hike to Scout Lookout at the base of Angels Landing with no permit.
You are welcome to wear what you like and to dress casually and comfortably. The retreat home is in the mountains, so bring layers so you can be prepared for warm days and cool nights. Here is a recommended packing list:
If you’re interested in hiking the Narrows, a few different gear packages can be rented through Zion Outfitter near the Zion Visitor Center. No reservation is necessary, and the equipment can be rented in the morning on the day that your hike. This is optional, but highly recommended.