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Things To Do On A Mountain Retreat, California

Today’s mountain retreat is more of a relaxing jaunt into wooded areas with a much more, dare we say, ‘posh’ feel to the whole experience. The idea of the modern mountain retreat is to return to a simpler lifestyle, with a calm pace & tranquil demeanor. In essence, you’re getting away from the dreariness of the urban jungle and looking to sink your teeth into nature & all of its glory.

If you’ve got your sights set on a mountain retreat pretty soon and still on the fence, these seven things may help you decide if this type of getaway is right for you:

Hiking – Get your heart pumping by hitting the hiking trails. Sure, your nice brown hiking boots look great with a pair of blue jeans, but they might be right at home tackling the terrain they were made for in the first place.

Biking – Why navigate through what feels like a lawless disregard for bike riders in the city when you can actually grab your bike, strap on your helmet, and put some serious mileage on your tires? Ranging from hardcore to laid-back, the bike trails on your mountain retreat are there for the taking.

Fishing – You know what it feels like to cast your fishing line into crisp mountain waters only to find nothing on your hook when you reel it in? Fantastic. Get lost in the tranquility of fishing in a way you’ve never experienced before.

Off-Roading – Maybe you like your mountains with a little exhaust fumes. More and more available ATV tours are being offered to visitors seeking a little bit more octane!

Horseback Riding – If there were ever a more old-school way of checking out an old-school mountain area, you’d be hard-pressed to beat horseback riding. You might be picking up a new hobby or knocking the rust off.

Skiing/Snowboarding – If you’re in the mountains & you’ve got some fresh snow around, you’d be crazy not to check out the slopes. Moreover, if you’re not experienced at all, it’s the perfect reason to take a lesson. You could even make it a family activity or a neat date.

Being “Chill” – There’s no better way to enjoy the tranquility of the mountain retreat than be immersing yourself into the “chill”. Relax. Have a cup of coffee & sit outside. Feel the crisp air fill your lungs. Think about the day’s itinerary, and then forget it all.

You may just find that a mountain retreat is exactly what you’ve needed for a long time. It’s the proper way to make a getaway really feel like you’re getting away from it all, and that sounds pretty awesome.