Adirondack Winter Forest Bathing

Picture it now: You are in the forest on a crisp winter day. The snow is falling lightly and all you can hear are the soft sounds of your snowshoes and the chirping of the chickadees as you meander through the woods, invited by your guide to experience nature through your senses.

Strap on a pair of snowshoes and let us take you into the forest on a unique sensory journey to rediscover the magic of winter. We will cover less than a mile on gentle terrain to allow you to take in all the sights, sounds, smells and textures of an Adirondack forest in winter. Your guide will help you slow down through a series of brief ever-changing sensory activities so you can find a deeper relationship with nature. And you will find that you are also more present to yourself and to each moment, effortlessly.

More than two decades of research studies describe a wide range of health benefits from the practice of Forest Bathing including lowered blood pressure, reduced stress, a stronger immune system, reduced anxiety and greater attention and concentration. Winter Forest Bathing is a seasonal adaptation of Forest Bathing.

"The experience gave me the space to let go, let go of everything
except my senses and my awareness of my surroundings,
a place I visit often, yet I am never fully there!"
Steph  

Winter Forest Bathing for Your Group

Whether you are in the area for a family gathering, a corporate meeting or traveling with a group of friends, discover how Winter Forest Bathing can help you build deeper relationships with each other as well as with nature. 

Our certified and experienced guides are available every day of the week. 

$200 for 1 to 4 people, $40 for each additional person. Snowshoe rental are available for an additional fee.

Maximum group size is 14 people.

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To ensure availability on the day of your choice, we recommend booking at least 48 hours in advance. 

Scheduled Winter Forest Bathing 

Find a schedule on our website. 

Winter 2018/19 - we have also partnered with several locations in the Tri-Lakes area. Pricing may vary based on location. Find a schedule on our website.

Winter Forest Bathing is a new and fun activity for the whole family. Minimum age is 8.

Winter Forest Bathing is approximately two hours in duration. Please note that ending time may vary by up to 30 minutes depending on temperature, weather and participant comfort. Pre-registration is preferred and can be made online. For last-minute bookings, please call us at 518-651-6560.

Upon registration, you will receive an email confirmation with our meeting location, directions, what to bring, and what to wear. You can also find answers to your questions at adirondackriverwalking.com or give us a call.

About Adirondack Riverwalking

Adirondack Riverwalking offers guided sensory experiences in nature where exploration and relaxation come together. Immerse your senses in the sights, sounds, smells and textures of the Adirondacks.

In addition to Winter Forest Bathing, we offer unique sensory experiences throughout the year that include:

Forest Bathing: Come spring, summer and fall, step into the woods for a sensory walk and feel yourself a part of nature.

Riverwalking: Don a pair of waders and discover the joy of being in moving water for a summertime adventure.

Visit adirondackriverwalking.com for more information or connect with us on Facebook.

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