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Best Retreats for the Active Traveler

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The spiritual path leads toward “total aliveness” and entails peace and calm and simplicity, but it may also include bucket-list-level indulgence. The problem of course is that the brilliant minds of the travel retreat industry keep inventing new and more extraordinary experiences to add to the bucket. Active spiritual travelers are invited to connect with horses, dolphins, falcons, forests, and rocks—as well as to connect with ourselves and each other in ways we may never have thought of.  Should we get sucked into at least dreaming of such pursuits? Of course! Here’s a wide range of experiences to help you expand what you now think is possible with your body.Red Mountain Resort | Ivins, UtahIf you’re looking to change your views about life and yourself, there is nothing like hiking in the majesty of the red rocks of Utah. Red Mountain is luxury Zion, an outdoor fitness enthusiast’s paradise that’s surrounded by serious mountains and endless red cliffs. You’ll find great trails for biking, hiking, climbing, and walking, plus a Wellness Center that includes unlimited fitness classes. There’s really …

Mary Bemis is the editor in chief of Journey to Renewal and the founder of InsidersGuidetoSpas.com.


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