Located in St. George, Utah, just 30 minutes from the St. George Airport and a 2-hour drive from Las Vegas, Red Mountain Resort has everything a client might need to relax and renew, plus even rediscover his/her passion for adventures. With a combo of 130 rooms and villas spread across 55 acres, the resort offers inspiring views, outdoor gathering spaces, a meditation labyrinth, a walking trail and inclusive wellness programming. Red Mountain Resort allows for customized adventures to Zion or Bryce Canyon National Parks, while Snow Canyon State Park is only about a quarter of a mile down the road. Clients can choose to be as active or relaxed, social or private, as they wish.
The Main Points of Distinction
Surrounded by some of the most spectacular hiking options in North America, including Snow Canyon State Park—with its nearly 7,000 acres of red rock canyons and cliffs, lava caves and two volcanic cones—the main point of distinction at Red Mountain Resort is the environment.
The heart of Red Mountain’s outdoor activities is its daily morning hiking program, with trails beginning right outside their door. Numerous hiking opportunities are led by specialized guides who are enthusiastically committed to giving guests the hiking experience of a lifetime. The resort also offers group and privately guided hikes in the legendary Zion National Park.
Types of Programs Offered—Duration and Cost
Red Mountain offers a wide array of activities from guided National Park trips to canyoneering, personal training to Resting Metabolic Analysis. One of the more popular programs is the Red Mountain Essential Retreat, which is available for any length of stay starting at $365 pp, per night. The retreat includes accommodation, guided hikes, fitness classes, a variety of healthy living sessions and events, as well as cooking demos, plus the use of many of the resort’s amenities.
What Types of Guests Does It Cater to and What Clients Would Feel Most Comfortable at the Property
The average age of guests at Red Mountain Resort is 45, and most will look to be active and outdoors. However, the resort’s extensive list of programming does attract guests from 18 and those well into the 70s. They also welcome many solo travelers, and girlfriends’ getaway groups.
What Guest Goals or Intentions Might be Achieved at This Property
Guests looking to achieve goals such as stress reduction and weight loss will find offerings including spa therapies, physical movement, personal discovery, nutrition, wellness testing and wellness benchmarking, as well as learning self-care and mindfulness, and, of course, spending time in nature.
Can Programs be Customized to Suit Client’s Needs?
Absolutely. The nature of Red Mountain is to nurture, and the large menu of activities allows guests to choose their own adventure. One of the offerings is Your Own Unique Adventure, which provides the guest with a guide for $60 per hour, and they can arrange hiking, biking, kayaking, birding, climbing or private park excursions—whatever is the guest’s preference. A number of on-site personal trainers are also available to provide private yoga, pilates, cardio, and strength training sessions.
What is the Best Time to Travel?
The lowest rates are winter and summer, with the most popular times and highest nightly rates found in Spring and Fall. Most importantly, hiking options are available year-round.
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