Arizona Hiking Yoga Info
Secret Trails No One Knows Of
Over the years of hiking, we have discovered other trails that are not part of the designated trail system. Yet they are Amazing and beautiful. In other words, you can be in the middle of some of the close mountain parks and find yourself completely alone. One is in Phoenix, and one is in Scottsdale. To have access to either trail you must pay an additional $100.00, for one person, and additional $200.00 for two people above the normal fee.
Extreme Wilderness Hikes
Do you need an adventure that you won’t forget that makes you feel like you are the only person on the planet? Look no more! We have three hikes in the Superstitions that are day hikes that loses every soul! Who knows it could be the doorway to the “Lost Dutchman’s Mine”! Cost: $100.00
Yoga Hiking Retreats
- Lake Powell
- Monument Valley
- Havasupai Fall
- Zion National Monument
- Grand Canyon Rafting
Book Arizona Hiking Yoga for your next event:
Do you have a special event and want to do something different for a change? Something that everyone in the party will remember for a lifetime? Then why not choose a Arizona Hiking Yoga? It is a great time for all kinds of events...
- Birthday Party
- Family Get-Together
- Local Team Building Events
- Out-of-Town Convention Activities for your Company
- You Name It...
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Private Yoga & Hiking Trips
We also book a private Hiking & Yoga to anywhere in the state you might want to go. Reed has hiked many trails from the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Flagstaff, San Francisco Peaks, Mount Lemon, Mt Graham, Chiricahua Mountains, Canyon De Chelly, Monument Valley, and Lake Powell. These out of town hikes also include having Reed bring his camera. That means you get a Hiking Yoga Expert, and a National Geographic, Yoga Photographer to record your hiking yoga trip. You just tell us where you want to go and what your budget is, and we create your trip.
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Things You Need To Know
WHAT TO BRING ON HIKES:
Inner-City Mountain Hikes & Yoga: Suggestions on what you can bring (or not bring) to the Inner-City Mountain Hikes & Yoga. Empty Bladder, make sure you go to the restroom before the class, Fanny Pack or Camelback Hydration Pack for water, optional hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, lip balm, hiking shoes or gym shoes with good tread, yoga pants and shirt, or flexible pants with tight flexible top to hold in private areas, or a warm-up suit.
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
No open toe shoes, No perfume or after-shave, because the bugs love this.
COMMON QUESTIONS OF CONCERN:
- Is water available? Yes, water is available at all of these hiking locations, but bring your own water just in case.
- Are there Restrooms? Dreamy Draw Park, South Mountain, Holbert trail, and Piestewa Peak yes, 90% of the Wilderness Hiking Trails yes.
- Is there enough parking? Yes, always shows up 15 minutes early so you'll have plenty of time to find a space.
- Is weather a problem? We will let you know with an email the day before Hiking & Yoga if weather could interfere with the scheduled class.