Shadowcliff is currently closed and will reopen Memorial Day. We begin accepting reservations for the summer season on February 1st, 2020.

Every year around January we’re struck with the realization that our season is just not that far away. It’s time to start planning for all those wonderful summer trips, whether they are for family, alone time, or strengthening your professional muscles. Whatever your reason for travel, we’re sure you will find at least one program happening at Shadowcliff to suit your needs. From movement and contemplation workshops to family camp and photography, we’ve got something that will round out your summer, making it the most memorable one yet.

Take a look at our preliminary program line-up below and mark your calendar now! Registration is open for just a few programs; some even have early bird pricing. Keep an eye open for additional registration announcements. Better yet, click here to get all of our programming and event emails! 


Registration is open for . . .


Mountain Top Yoga and Meditation Workshop, June 14th-17th Early Bird pricing through February 22nd!

A chance to deepen your knowledge of yoga, explore your practice, and consider how you can use your internal light to create positive change in the world. Join us for this amazing yoga workshop. Save $75 with Early Bird pricing! Use the code MTYoga18 on the registration form before February 16th to get this discount.



Critters, Creeks, and Crows Family Camp, June 21st-24th Early Bird pricing through February 22nd!

Let this become a new family tradition! Spend nights in our cozy mountain lodge, enjoy a full course of activities, and home-cooked meals from our kitchen in a family-style dining room. An ideal all-inclusive getaway for parents, grandparents and kids, ages 6 and up. Save $50 with Early Bird pricing! Use the code SCFamily18 on the registration form before February 16th to get this discount.



Adventures in Good Company: The Art of Mountain Hiking, June 23rd-29th

Although hiking is essentially putting one foot in front of the other, there are many tips that can make hiking both more enjoyable and safe. There are two ways to acquire the knowledge necessary to hike safely in a variety of terrains: either through experience, or by learning from others with that experience. If you want to jumpstart your learning and your experience, join us for five days of experiential education in or near Rocky Mountain National Park with two experienced hiking guides. This is for women only.



NEW! Writing Your Spiritual Autobiography, July 29th-August 1st

In your own life – or in the life of a person whom you respect or perhaps cherish – are there profound tales of transpersonal significance? Within each of us, especially those who have lived into a season of relative freedom from the daily demands of the world, is a hidden wealth of wisdom and insight. This can become a legacy every bit as valuable as personal property. Discover, claim, and preserve this important autobiography for yourself or a cherished friend.





Photographing the Wildlife of Kawuneeche, September 20th-23rd

Seeing wildlife in Rocky Mountain National Park is not at all unusual. However, making great photographs of what you see can be challenging and many times results in disappointing images. This field adventure welcomes photographers of all experience levels to learn successful and acceptable methods of wildlife photography, including approaching wildlife subjects and the best photographic methods, equipment and techniques to further an understanding, development and enjoyment of making great wildlife images.



Beyond Sustainability: A Transformative Workshop for Professionals, September 23rd-27th Early Bird pricing extended to February 28th!

Come and experience new tools to elevate your work, the power of sharing a common experience with colleagues, an experienced and engaging faculty, and the reinvigorating connection to the very heart of why you do the work you do. Let this un-conference be your annual retreat. Early bird discount is reflected in the pricing- no code needed!





Adventures in Good Company: Hiking Colorado

Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado is arguably one of the most spectacular parks in the National Park system. Known for lush meadows, high mountain lakes, craggy peaks, diverse ecosystems, and abundant wildlife, it offers an outstanding variety of hiking trails. We’ll pick some of the best, each showcasing a different part of the park, as we hike different trails every day. Starting with moderate hikes on the western side as we adjust to the altitude, midweek we move over to the eastern side for strenuous and spectacular hiking. During our week we will immerse ourselves in the history, geology, flora, and fauna of the Park. 




Registration coming soon for . . .


Lighthouse Writers Grand Lake Retreat, July 8th-13th

Learn more about Lighthouse Writers. 


Treatment Education Network’s Annual HIV Retreat, July 19th-22nd

Learn more about Treatment Education Network.


Community Family Friendly Yoga Retreat by Bella Retreats, July 26th-29th

Learn more about Bella Retreats.


Reiki Level I Training with Carrie Varela by Bella Retreats, July 26th-29th

Learn more about Bella Retreats.


15th Annual Center States Tai Chi Colorado Summer Camp, August 6th-11th

Learn more about Center States Tai Chi.


Mountain Reflections Women’s Yoga Retreat by Yama Yoga, September 6th-9th

Learn more about Yama Yoga.


Interested in bringing your own group? Whether a private event or a program with open registration, we have room for a few more in the 2018 season. Take a look at this page on our website and email Hillary Mizia to learn more.