Do you need to be fit or athletic to participate?Forest Bathing walks take place on easy, level ground. They are not hikes, and the experience is easily accessible to everyone.Riverwalking requires balance as the river bottom is not smooth or flat everywhere. We give you a staff to help you balance in the river. The depth of the water you move through can make it easier or more challenging. You always have a choice.
What is your booking policy? We ask that you give us 24-hour notice so we can plan for you and your party accordingly.
What is your cancellation policy?We limit our group size to eight people to ensure a rich and attentive experience for everyone. Due to limited availability of Riverwalking trips – two trips a week – our cancellation policy is the following: Cancellations received 14 days or more before your trip date: we will issue a full refund. Cancellations received 13 days or less before trip date: no refund.
We run Riverwalking trips “shine or showers”. Should the forecast call for thunderstorms, an optional alternative will be to start later, if possible for everyone. We will contact you the day before if we need to discuss alternate timing or programming. Should we not be able to start later, we will give you a voucher for a future Riverwalking trip. Your voucher will not have an expiration date.
We are a family coming to the Adirondacks and would like to have an exclusive guided trip. Can you make it happen?We are happy to schedule a private guided trip for two to eight people. We may need a little extra notice so try to call us more than 48 hours before your trip to ensure we can accommodate you.
What other types of group trips have you led? We have led guided trips and mindfulness in nature experiences for groups of friends, work colleagues, and are looking forward to leading wedding parties this year for a little R+R before the big day. We can also add a relaxing and gentle to moderate outdoor yoga class to a Riverwalking trip. Great views and a spacious meadow are our setting, with all props provided and an awning for those who might prefer shade. Depending on our location, we might be able to add yoga to a Forest Bathing guided trip as well. Contact us to explore a private guided trip.
FOREST BATHING QUESTIONS
What do I wear and bring? Comfortable clothing, layers, preferably long pants, comfortable walking shoes or boots, sunscreen, bug spray and a hat.
What happens if it rains? Our trips run rain or shine so please bring rain gear just in case. Should the forecast call for thunderstorms, an option could be to start later, if possible. We will contact you the day before if thunderstorms are in the forecast.
Can I bring my dog? Caring for a dog would detract from your experience, as well as other people's. Please leave your dog at home.
What about electronics? There will be time at the beginning and at the end of the Forest Bathing trip for taking pictures. We ask you to either leave your electronics in the car or power them off during the trip.
QUESTIONS ABOUT RIVERWALKING
Where, when and how do we meet?You will receive an email confirmation after we have received your registration and payment.It will include our meeting location, directions, what to bring and what to wear. Please reach out to us with any additional questions.
What do I wear and bring?Long pants, layers, socks, hat, sunglasses, bug spray, rain jacket with a hood.
What happens if it rains? As with Forest Bathing, we run our Riverwalking trips “shower or shine.” Should the weather call for rain, we do offer alternate programming: Forest Bathing protected by the canopy of the trees or starting later, if possible.
What about electronics? There will be time at the beginning and at the end of the Riverwalking trip for taking pictures. Waders are not 100% waterproof. To protect your electronics, we ask you to either leave them in the car or power them off.