Mountain Trek Health Reset Retreat

Mountain Trek Health Reset Retreat

3800 North St., Ainsworth Hot Springs, British Columbia V0G 1A0 Canada
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Rated one of the best health retreats in the world, Mountain Trek is a week-long immersive health reset program proven to dramatically transform your body, mind, and spirit. Whether you feel overworked, overweight, or just in need of time to unplug, slow down, and recharge, Mountain Trek is for you. Located in the majestic and healing forests of British Columbia, Canada, our award-winning health reset program features daily guided hikes, nourishing chef-prepared meals, functional fitness classes, gentle yoga, guided relaxation sessions, therapeutic massages, and a state-of-the-art spa. Every aspect of your week is meticulously designed and personalized by our team of 40+ professionals, who expertly guide you (and a maximum of 15 other guests) through a life-changing health journey. You will work hard, relax deeply, and thoroughly reset your physical, emotional, and mental health. Melt stress away, restore energy levels, burn fat, purge toxins, and return home revitalized, recharged, and years younger than when you arrived.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Hot bath
Free breakfast
Free airport transportation
Yoga classes
Yoga room
Fitness classes
Personal trainer
Plunge pool
Complimentary tea
Special diet menus
Evening entertainment
Walking tours
Board games / puzzles
Free shuttle or taxi services
Airport transportation
Shuttle bus service
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Hand massage
Head massage
Hot spring bath
Neck massage
Open-air bath
Steam room
Adults only
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
First aid kit
Laundry service
Room features
Allergy-free room
Blackout curtains
Air purifier
Air conditioning
Seating area
Private bathrooms
Wake-up service / alarm clock
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Non-smoking rooms
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3800 North St., Ainsworth Hot Springs, British Columbia V0G 1A0 Canada
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Carync6 wrote a review Sep 2016
Raleigh, North Carolina
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I have been here before so I am not a newbie to this experience. I have also been to a similar program in Malibu. The overall hiking and views/scenery are spectacular. The lodge itself is nice and the views from the eating area and exercise studio are amazing. Most of the staff was incredibly nice and supportive and upbeat. What I found surprising this time was how stressed the manager was. I had commented to a guest I was bringing how "chill" everyone was. Boy was I wrong, which bothered me since I had convinced someone to take on this expensive trip. The first full hiking day, this person was "snapping" at one of the guides and then snapped at several of us. Everyone was commenting on this saying that the behavior of this person was stressing them out. This is NOT what people want when they pay to go to de-stress. He also was very irritated when we saw a bear outside and wanted to look at it versus listen to his lecture. The second thing that was "off" this time was the food. Twice, we were served chicken breasts which were tough and almost impossible to cut. We were a challenging group of 16 with many folks no bean, or vegan only or no garlic I know it made the kitchen crazy. However, at several thousands of $$ and a #'1 ranking, you expect the kitchen to deal with the varied requests. I am "no beans". One morning I got lentils and roasted chickpeas! Clearly they were off.
On a positive note, the hikes were nice. They do their best to group people according to skill. The alpine hikes to the glacial lakes were so beautiful. We were even treated to a quick snow shower one day at the top of Idaho Peak, which I thought was fun (cold but fun).
I think that there is work to do to keep the standards competitive with other programs but overall a positive experience. If you want beautiful scenery and great hiking that will challenge you, it is a solid place to go.
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Date of stay: September 2016
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Response from MountainTrekRetreat, Manager at Mountain Trek Health Reset Retreat
Responded Sep 19, 2016
Thank you so much for your honest comments. It's true that particular week was a stressful anomaly for our manager and we apologize that some actions negatively affected a handful of occasions. We are very aware of how stress has a ripple affect on staff and guests and we assure you the extraordinary circumstances in this instance are definitely not the norm at Mountain Trek. We also want to thank you for providing suggestions related to the menu items at the lodge.
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BillJKnight wrote a review Sep 2016
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I went to Mountain Trek to lose weight but I left with so much more .When I first checked in I was a little concerned about the room. The lodge it's self is very nice but rooms are dated and small. After a day you quickly realized it's very comfortable,clean& all you need .

The food is amazing I would go as far and say it is some of the best I have ever eaten. Being limited to 1400cal a day I was worried,but I was never hungry extra food is offered if needed, but I never needed. The chefs really believe in eating with you're eyes first and these people knock it out of the park!! Every meal is a pice of art and taste like a master pice.

The gym equipment is garbage. It should all be thrown out. This is not why you come and offering programs to use this stuff only hurts Mountain Trek's reputation. The real gym is out side and the hikes are beautiful.

The yoga room is very nice but needs some sun blinds. When the sun pops up in the morning it's very hard to see the instructor. Yoga should be relabelled stretch class which is still good. there is a wide range of people here and they are trying to do a program everyone can do. Its a great way to start the day and I enjoyed and looked forward to it each morning I could not imagine doing the hikes without it.

The night host changes all week and it's up to them for the evening gym program. I can not begin to say enough great things about the staff these people are hard working / encouraging /amazing people that go out of their way at every waking moment to help you get the most out of your stay. They do their best to make the evening gym enjoyable but as mentioned above they are working with dated garbage equipment .

The lectures are good but need to start on time and end on time You do not have a lot of time between lectures /meals & gym so when they run late this makes it impossible to chew your food well and slow down and eat. Which is one of the biggest things they preach about .They need to allow more time between these events.
Lectures did not change between week one and two. This was nice as it allowed more free time on week two which was very nice to take it all in.

Hiking is great my only complaint would be is there was no change between week one and two. This is good and bad; Bad from the point I've already seen the trail great from the point I got to see how much I improved from week one to two. The trails are beautiful and the guide really help you be successful.

Laundry service is offered twice a day, however they do not use a biodegradable detergent. There are great options in the marketplace, and using an alternative would be more inline with Mountain treks values: healthy eating, exercise and being in nature. Putting clothes on filled with chemicals on my largest organ ( skin) goes against everything they preach.

Mountain trek talk about the benefits of journaling, however there are no private spaces to do so. If they reconfigured the rooms and added a chair it would work. In the sleep lecture they are very clear on what your bed should be used for; and journaling was not one of them.

The spa for lack of a better word is non existent there is a hot tub/ cold bath /sauna & steam room all very nice but this does not make a Spa. There are evening massages but the rooms are scattered around Two in the spa area one in a room in the main lodge and one in the office Massages are ok but very inconsistent. These do not seem to be Mountain Trek employees

The Internet is turned off at 10 pm and sometimes turned back on at 6 am depending on the over night host. I think this is a great thing. I was going there to disconnect and that allowed me to do it

With all this being said I believe Mountain trek is the best at what they do and only need a few tweaks This is not a weight lose place it's a life altering program. They give you the tools to change habits they educated people to understand choices. You leave there feeling better looking younger with a different out look in life
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Date of stay: September 2016
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DayTravellers wrote a review Jun 2015
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Here is the thing you need to know about Mountain Trek: it works. If you do what they say, and it won’t be easy, you will lose weight/fat during your stay. More importantly you will learn a framework for how to lead a healthier and happier life. The program isn’t based on gimmicks. It is very structured and well thought out. And even though we felt like only some of the information was “new” to us, it was much more ingrained in ours head after the week than ever before. In a way, our week at Mountain Trek was like pressing Re-Start on our health.

You eat delicious, healthy (and small amounts!) of food 6 times a day, and do more physical activity each day than 95% of North Americans do in a week or even two: Every morning an hour of stretching/yoga; a 3-4 hour hike after breakfast. And after a very small dinner, an hour-long workout followed by a turn in the steam bath and cold plunge. There are informational and dynamic lectures each day. There was also a real sense of camaraderie with the other guests as we encouraged each other on the hikes, and had fun talking and spending time in the lodge, during meals, the hot tub/sauna/steam room, etc.

By Tuesday all I was thinking about was food. By Thursday I could feel the extra energy and as we drove off for another challenging, beautiful hike. We loved the lodge and the atmosphere the staff created for us. We loved having all our meals and snacks prepared for us by people who really cared—and we even had our laundry done every day. Some people might be turned off by the idea that your exercise and meals are planned out for you every day with precision, but it was truly a relief to follow “their plan” and also be taken care of. And the staff was really just fabulous!

We waited two weeks to write this review to see if the lessons we learned translated to our home life. They have, at least so far. We have, by and large, continued with the regimen and continued to get healthier.

We can’t say that Mountain Trek is a vacation—it’s hard work both mentally and physically. But it is truly a great investment in YOU.
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Date of stay: May 2015
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NatureLove42 wrote a review Jul 2014
San Francisco, California
5.0 of 5 bubbles
One week since my return from my Mountain Trek reboot week in British Columbia, and I know this sounds repetitive, but my life has been transformed in so many ways. I now have the confidence that I can physically and mentally push myself beyond anything I previously thought possible. Climbing up mountains with our expert guides helped me to understand that there are no limits, only those we create for ourselves. My body loved every minute of it- working out hard, eating the most delicious gourmet organic meals,drinking lots of water, the exceptional massages and bodywork, the detox, the absence of stress, sleeping in the most incredible bed ever, and being in the most stunning location overlooking the Kootenay Lake and Purcell Mountain range (WOW) and sharing this with a fun and hard working group of staff and guests as well. My mind was stimulated as well with the exceptional lectures offered on fitness, nutrition, sleep, detox....- all spelled out so you can really understand the mechanics behind the method. This is the real deal folks! This is such a well thought out and executed program that you will (a) wish that you had stayed for 2 weeks, and (b) make a promise to yourself to return again. Weight loss is a given, but the most valuable part of this experience is the clarity gained, and what you take home with you when you return to reality - life changing tools for good health- now and in the future!. Thank You Mountain Trek-- You ROCK!
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Date of stay: June 2014
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VTwelltravelled wrote a review Oct 2013
Middlebury, Vermont
5.0 of 5 bubbles
It would be a shame for a prospective client to think that mountain trek is only for the seriously overweight - this is my 3rd visit and the best part is that there is typically a mix of people on the heavier side and very fit people who need a tune up. They always have at least 4 hiking groups so it's no problem even if you come with friends (last time, my friends and I hiked in different groups, but still were together most of the day).

In my case, I'm a mountaineer/all season hiker (just finished all 115 peaks over 4000 feet in the Northeast a few weeks ago), and I train all year, yet thanks to this fantastic combination of hiking (ALL levels), amazing healthful food, detox and stress management, I still managed to lose 7.2 pounds of fat, 6 pounds total, and inches off my waist/hips in the span of one week. If you're an athlete, it's even MORE fun as the hiking is gorgeous and the food filling even though it's about 1200 calories for women, 1400 for men. I was really only hungry at one or two points all week (and was given some extra seeds/nuts to tide me over). The key is that they try to make it a lifetime habit, not a short time weight loss. They give you all the tools for long term success.

The staff is the best you'll find anywhere (I've been to other fitness retreats including the Ashram) - they CARE about each and every guest. The lead guide actually remembered a conversation we had almost 2 years ago on a hike and stays in touch all year. Whether you're overweight and need to change your whole lifestyle (one of our other guests lost 30 pounds in two weeks!) or whether you're already athletic/fit and want to learn how to manage stress/detox and get fitter/leaner, Mountain Trek is your spot. As for as physical settings, no where is as gorgeous. Between massages, great food, lectures, great hiking and fitness classes post dinner, you will FIRE UP your metabolism. I'm 46 and already fit, but I've never felt better and after dropping that extra fat, I feel about 30 years old (and weigh what I did in my 20's/30's!).
Commit to making a life change - it's THAT good!!
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Date of stay: October 2013
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GretelsFolks wrote a review Nov 2012
Eugene, Oregon
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Everything about Mountain Trek exceeded my hopes and expectations. The staff was inspiring, the education was top-notch, and the scenery was gorgeous. This was a tough week, but at the end of it I was invigorated and so sorry I couldn't stay longer. I'm already planning a trip back next year.

A special note: Mountain Trek is fantastically well set up for solo travelers, which is so unusual and very much appreciated.
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Date of stay: October 2012
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Dyscrazia wrote a review Jul 2012
North Hollywood
5.0 of 5 bubbles
As ridiculous as it may sound, Mountain Trek completely changed my life.

When I arrived at the lodge, I was not in good shape. I was depressed, 80 pounds overweight and I felt powerless to do anything about it. I’d chosen Mountain Trek because so many of the reviews here on TripAdvisor used the phrase “life-changing”. And that’s what I needed – a life-change.

My week there was hard. I was just so out-of-shape. But the staff was amazing. They encouraged me and seem to genuinely care about me. And even with the perma-fatigue, I could literally feel myself getting stronger every day. By the end of the week, I had lost seven pounds!

And what about the food? Well, since my normal diet consisted of soda and baked goods and ice-cream and salty fried foods, I was worried about the “spa cuisine”. But you know what? It was incredible! Everything was super-tasty and I made sure I got all the recipes to take home. And miraculously, even though I was eating less, I never felt like I was starving.

I also thought the lectures were great. I really did learn so much about how my body works – and how to make it work more efficiently. They also address dealing with stress -- which I really needed.

Oh, and an added bonus? You’re so tired at the end of the day that you’ll get some of the best sleep of your life!

But can one week in the mountains really make that much of a difference?

Well, since coming home two months ago, I’ve used what I learned to lose a total of 32 pounds… so far. ☺ (Only 50 more to go!) My palate has been completely transformed. I don't crave sugar or salt or caffeine anymore. I snack on fruits, nuts, veggies, hummus and dips. I'm never starving and yet I'm naturally eating less.

I also actually CRAVE exercise now. I’ve joined a hiking club and a tennis club. I’m doing yoga and strength training. It’s crazy. When I wake up, my body WANTS to exercise!

But my life has been changed in other ways too – not just the physical. I’m happy again, I’m smiling again, I’m dealing with stress so much better. It’s just night and day. A previous reviewer called Mountain Trek a "complete body, mind, soul experience" and I couldn't agree more. I'm stronger now in every possible way.

I’m sure there are those who go to Mountain Trek just for the great hiking and the beautiful scenery. But if you’re anything like I was, it can be so much more than that. It really can change your life.

Oh, and I want to address the one bad review here. Clearly, she didn’t bother to read any of the literature before she went. Go to the Mountain Trek website, click on the “Boutique Fitness Retreat” tab, scroll down to “What You Will Experience”, then choose “A Typical Day”. That’s the program, folks. If you don’t want to do that, then don’t go. This isn’t a five-star spa designed to entertain and pamper you at all times. This is a boot camp designed to help you live your best life. In a gorgeous setting. With fantastic people. And I recommend it with all my heart.
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Date of stay: May 2012
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Brooklynite_Abroad wrote a review Jul 2012
New York City, New York
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Plus side: Amazing location in the mountains in British Columbia. This is an active vacation; I came to get into shape and to clear my head through communing with nature. I did get better endurance, thanks to the hikes, and better flexibility, thanks to the yoga, and better state of being thanks to the calm and quiet, the healthy diet, the detox and the massage. Communing with nature did not happen as much as I wished, although this is due to my own lack of being in good shape. The yoga studio is incredible and I loved the experience of daily morning yoga. The hikes are challenging, but you pace yourself, and you feel yourself get stronger with each day. The lodge has a small hot tub, and three types of sauna, which are great after a hike or before a massage. The hot springs very near to the resort are such a treat after a day of exercise. Most meals are delicious and always varied, which allows you to come away with many ideas for healthier eating at home. The limited caloric diet never leaves you hungry. The staff are very friendly, the guides are as well. The yoga instructors are excellent.

Minus side: If you are not already in great shape, there is not much opportunity to commune with nature, which is a shame, as the scenery around you, the mountains, lakes and forest is stunning. The problem is that lack of endurance doesn't allow much opportunity to truly soak in the nature. Consequently, get into shape before you go, and when you get there, not only will you improve your endurance, but you will also enjoy the nature more. There is opportunity to soak in the scenery and self-reflect in the evenings, but I was just too tired, and the place lack a pool. The entire time I was wishing for an infinity pool that looked across the lake at the mountains. Additionally, I was expecting somewhat of a spa setting. This is not the case. The lodge is very nice, but can get crowded, and the rooms are spartan, albeit with comfortable beds. The bathrooms are tiny, and some rooms have single beds, so be warned. Additionally, this is not a place for younger people, I am in my early 30's. Most clientele is well into their 50's if not beyond, and most are conservative. If you are a younger urbanite like myself, you may feel like a fish out of water, but then you come here for reasons other than to be social.

All in all, this is an expensive, active vacation. I am glad I did it, but I did expect more luxury for the price point. However, the change in my fitness level and the decrease in stress after two weeks at Mountain Trek are priceless. For an urbanite like me, with indulgence at every turn, I needed to get far away and focus on health. If this sounds like you, then pull the trigger and go.
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Date of stay: July 2012
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beth k wrote a review May 2012
Seattle, Washington
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Have been twice - for snow shoeing in winter and hiking late spring. Food is remarkable, surroundings unbelievable and the expert guides are second to none. This is the new Ashram...and its packed with lots of support and kindness while you challenge your mind and body to do things you didn't think possible.
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Date of stay: May 2012
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Geoffrey B wrote a review May 2012
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Attended late May with only 5 other guests. Mountain Trek is beautifully situated. The view from the exercise studio is to die for - wispy clouds in the mountains as the sun rose and rainbows over the lake against the mountains as the sun set. It is hard to beat the Canadian Rockies for hiking. The food is excellent, although I cannot say I forgot that I was getting only 1400 calories a day (1200 for the women). But best of all is the staff. Everyone, and I mean everyone, was a doll. The guides were born to do this, the guests had whispered conversations about stealing the cook, every service provided was spot on, the equipment was top-notch and in excellent condition, and the lodge is impeccable, pretty, and comfortable. Everyone has a sense of humor. Kirk did most of the lectures, and he clearly keeps up with the latest in the research. This place is very light, to the point of invisibility, on the new-agey stuff. And Kirk's taste in music is impeccable, i.e. he likes exactly the same things I do.

Now let's get to the advice. Mountain Trek does an excellent job of accommodating various levels of fitness and hiking experience. With only 6 guests (the usual complement is 14-16), we had 3 guides on every trek and 4 (!) on our last one, and always had 3 levels of rigor. That said, this place is challenging. Yoga in the morning, cardio/weights in the evening, and 3-4 hours of hiking in the middle will test you. Every day is full with essentially no free time and I promise that you are not going be staying up late. The running joke was that, every evening when everything is done, you can read the first page of the book you brought with you. Don't worry, you probably won't finish the first page before you fall to sleep so it will be new every day.

More advice: clear your week. You will have time to email/text/talk to the kids but you will not get work done. Trust me on this.

Final thoughts: Mountain Trek was a peak experience for me. I left feeling Tony-the-Tiger great, got to see bears and elk and other non-urban life forms, and did it with smart, funny, and warm people in beautiful, beautiful surroundings. I will be back.
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Date of stay: May 2012
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Jalapin asked a question Dec 2017
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia7 contributions2 helpful votes
does it work for seriously obese seniors?
Answer from codoc324
Boulder, Colorado5 contributions6 helpful votes
Great question, Jalapin. I think that anyone, regardless of how obese he or she is, would benefit from the exercise, healthy diet, and lifestyle guidance that Mountain Trek provides. They make sure that each guest's hikes are appropriate for his/her own level and ability, even if that means guiding a guest 1:1. It's a wonderfully supportive atmosphere. Even more importantly, the education that they provide is straightforward and is designed to be incorporated into your life after you leave, so the benefits of going to Mountain Trek are not just week-long. But I suggest that you call them directly, and ask them your question(s) - they can also tell you what their experience has been with "seriously obese" seniors.
Answer from Paula P
Raleigh, North Carolina8 contributions10 helpful votes
There is no smoking allowed anywhere, as well as no alcohol nor caffeine. The classes/staff/daily activities are a great support for better heatlth and personal choices. It was literally life altering for me.
Answer from DayTravellers
NY28 contributions15 helpful votes
Yes! it's impressive how much time they spend making sure you are hiking in the best group for you---and all the guides have walkie-talkies to allow people to switch groups at some point during the day if you are feeling particularly strong or tired and need to change groups. There are many steep and challenging hikes, especially if you want them!
monlug wrote a tip Jul 1
Ottawa, Canada2 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Show up. You won’t regret it. "
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Justin F wrote a tip Jun 2024
Federal Way, WA27 contributions4 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The rooms are small but the purpose of this retreat is to not spend too much time in the rooms. Everything you need is provided. "
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Mike B wrote a tip May 2024
Calgary, Canada143 contributions100 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Believe them when they say you don’t need to pack a lot. They have a great system to allow for daily laundry done for you."
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Experience787890 wrote a tip Oct 2023
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Start fast hiking before getting there"
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Globaljoan wrote a tip Sep 2023
Hawaii617 contributions257 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Book the extra treatments in advance of arrival. The Thai massage in particular was excellent."
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