Yoga and Hiking Retreat

Date and Time

Friday, September 14, 2018 5:00PM - Sunday, September 16, 2018 3:00PM


Highland Center,
New Hampshire, White Mountains,


Registration is required for this activity.

(best time to call: Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm)


Spend your weekend combining invigorating mountain hikes during the height of fall foliage, with relaxing Yoga. Yoga sessions will be offered indoors each day, and then we'll take our practice outdoors and embark on hikes with opportunities for Yoga on the trail. The hikes offer stunning views of Crawford Notch, gorgeous waterfalls, or serene lakes. And to complete the experience, we'll serve up hors d'oeuvres, beverages, and good company at our Saturday afternoon social hour. It's the perfect mix of outdoor invigoration and relaxation for a winter getaway, and you'll leave feeling refreshed and renewed. Rates include lodging, meals, and guided activities. Higher rates apply for private room options. Program Highlights: •Kathryn Richter, RN 200 hour certified Kripalu yoga instructor, completed 180 hours Prana Vinyasa training with Shiva Rea and trained Yin yoga teacher. Member of Yoga Alliance and Kripalu Yoga and Ayurveda Association. Avid hiker and outdoorsperson, NOLS graduate with a fondness for Crawford Notch and the White Mountains. •Take your practice outdoors, try Yoga on the trail •Expand your practice with longer sessions indoors and outdoors •Be inspired by the beauty of fall foliage in Crawford Notch

AMC Trip Policy


Starting at:

Adult: $299.70 member / $399 non-member
*Yoga instruction with RYT Kathryn Richter Lodging on Friday and Saturday nights Dinners on Friday and Saturday Breakfasts on Saturday and Sunday Lunch on Saturday and Sunday Free use of equipment and clothing from the L.L. Bean Gear Room Guided programs and activities throughout the weekend

Past participants say...

"I enjoyed the guide's sharing of local lore and nature facts. I learned a lot. Our yoga instructor was well-paced. Very soothing voice. Didn't strain at all- very relaxing. Loved the program!" Participant, September 2016 "Great program. Hiking was good and yoga was fun and relaxing." Participant, September 2016 "The highlight was Yoga at the top of Mt. Willard! Guides were excellent! Very friendly, knowledgeable, pleasure to learn from. Lovely demeanor and energy." September, 2016

Driving Directions

Driving Directions to Highland Center at Crawford Notch and Shapleigh Bunkhouse Address to enter into GPS: U.S. 302, Bretton Woods, NH 03595 (44.22° N, 71.41° W) From Greater Boston Area: 1. Take I-93 North to NH Exit 35 toward Rt. 3 North. 2. Take Rt. 3 North for 10 miles. 3. Turn right onto Rt. 302 East and continue 8.3 miles to Highland Center, located on right side of road. Or 1. Take I-95 North to NH Rt. 16 North (NH exit 4) 2. Follow 16 North to 302/16 Junction in Glen, NH. 3. Turn right onto Rt. 302 West. Follow for 15.8 miles to Highland center, located on left side of road. From Portland, ME: 1. Take Rt. 302 West approximately 90 miles to Highland Center, located on the left side of the road. From Montreal: 1. Take AutoRt. 10 East to AutoRt. 55 South (north of Magog). 2. Take AutoRt. 55 South to I-91 South (at US/Canada line). 3. Take I-91 South to I-93 South (VT Exit 19). 4. Take I-93 South for 22.2 miles to Rt. 302 East (NH Exit 40). 5. Take Rt. 302 East to Highland Center, located on the right side of the road. From New York City (and Hartford, CT, or western MA): 1. Take I-95 North to I-91 North (Exit 48). 2. Take I-91 North through MA and VT to Rt. 302 East (VT Exit 17). 3. Take Rt. 302 East to Highland Center, located on the right side of the road. Approximate driving times and mileage to Crawford Notch: • From Boston, 160 miles, three hours. • From Portland, 90 miles, two and a half hours. • From New York City, 360 miles, seven hours. • From Montreal, 175 miles, three hours and a half hours.




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Nearby AMC Destination

Highland Center at Crawford Notch




Adults (18+)


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AMC Guides are passionate about the outdoors and have the skills necessary to ensure safe adventures. Certified in wilderness medicine, with focused training in outdoor leadership and risk management, guides provide individual attention while reaching group goals. They possess local natural and cultural history knowledge and solid backcountry skills, and they follow well-planned itineraries. As lifelong learners, AMC guides create the connections and moments that become lasting memories.