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BackCountry Eco Retreat

Listed under Spiritual Retreats in British Columbia, Canada.

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A truly unique retreat in the heart of the Purcell Mountain Range in the Canadian Rockies, this wonderful mountain retreat offers a year-round schedule of nature-loving activity. Along with the option of daily spiritual guidance, massages and reiki at their homely mountain lodge, you can swim (at midnight in the summer) in the beautiful, crystal clear river, go on extensive horse-riding expeditions and nature walks, cross country skiing, horse sleigh riding and mountain wildlife safaris. Signature treats include teepee and igloo (seasonal) meditations, meals and even spend the night in them. Connect with the mountain spirits.

Spirit Trails.

Written by  George Monkhouse.

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