Silent summer hikes

Imagine emerging from the woods along a worn trail that leads to a series of natural hot springs. Or arriving in the hush of snow at a secluded yurt bathed in ethereal moonlight.

You’re surrounded by other beautiful soul sisters who are connected, vulnerable and compassionate….who despite differences, are united across ages and stages, backgrounds and disciplines. These are Wild Women Tribe’s signature WANDER excursions — half-day mindful, outdoor adventures that reconnect women with themselves, and each other in a series of experiences that stretch body, mind and spirit.

“My sincere gratitude for today! It’s been such a positive interaction with a powerful group of women. Loved the mix of physical activity, outdoor adventure and mind mapping discussion about personal power. Thank you for creating this event and bringing us all together.”


Part girls’ trip. Part inner journey. Part wilderness adventure. All soul…

In these half day excursions, you will:

  • Meet other like-minded women seeking to deepen their understanding of their unique purpose and life journey
  • Experience wilderness adventure in your own backyard
  • Expand your mind and outlook of the world through a guided discussion surrounding a central, universal paradigm, core belief or principal
  • Get a surprise swag bag including goodies (value $100+) from local businesses like Indigo HighwaySync Float Center, LIT Salon Park East, Kodiak Cakes, and NoBox

“What an amazing day with beautiful, strong women. It filled my cup…literally. I was surrounded by beauty (intrinsic and extrinsic) and mindful happiness.”

-Trish S. (South Jordan, UT)


“Inspiring day! So lucky to be included in such a deep and beautiful group of women. Look forward to the next adventure!

-Sarah B. (Park City, UT)

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August 21, 2021 :: Midsummer Full Moon Dance  <<NEW EVENT – $145>>

Mindful hike + outdoor movement class + light dinner + “moon cycle” workshop

Have you ever thought of your moon cycle as a source of untapped creative energy and unharnessed wild power? As women, our menstrual cycles take us on an inner journey through the cycles and seasons of life every single month. When we understand our inner hormonal tides, it’s like discovering a secret super power that we didn’t even know we had.

creecoxSurrender to the power of divine feminine full moon energy and tune into the rhythms of our natural cycles in a late afternoon all-outdoor WANDER alongside the Jordanelle Reservoir. Cree Cox, Soul Alignment Guide and Menstrual Maven, will guide us on a journey to reconnect to the lost wisdom of menstruation, and initiate us into our wild power as a woman with the energy of the full moon. 

The evening will begin with a guided mindful hike to our destination, followed by a womb activation meditation to explore each distinct season of our womb cycle as it aligns with the lunar phases, ourselves, and the earth. On a remote beach as the sun sets, we move into a movement flow with expressive dance and yoga elements designed to connect us to our pelvic bowl and free up any stagnant energy so that our creative juices can freely flow (**dance background not necessary). We’ll enjoy a light dinner as Cree leads us through the four phases of the menstrual cycle, and how to harness the energy in an empowering and sustaining way. Finally, celebrate in a sisterhood circle as the full moon rises over the mountains.

[Non-actively cycling women — IUDs, hysterectomy, menopausal — can still benefit from the content and learning about our rhythmic cycles]

**$145 per person. Register by August 19. Includes guided hike, outdoor movement class, “moon cycle” workshop and light dinner. Open for 16 participants — first come, first served. This excursion starts at 4:30 pm and concludes at 9 pm.
**cancellation policy



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“This experience has been wonderful. I really enjoyed getting outside and being active with an awesome group of women. The workshop and brunch after was inspiring and energizing. I feel mentally and physically recharged.”

-Leslie C. (Park City, UT)

“This experience was top notch. The hike was beautiful, supportive and mindful. The yoga was a great way to end the hike but continue the creativity flow. The food was delicious and the atmosphere was acceptance, gratitude, love, support and friendship. I will be attending another event for sure!”

-Courtney B.


$125 :: Room for 16 wanderers (per date) – first come, first served.
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  • Cycles: Sometimes life feels like it’s on spin cycle. How do we create a sense of forward momentum and positive action that propels us forward?
  • Intentions: Unleash the power of your mind and setting your sights on dreams and goals. How we can strengthen ourselves through motivation and learn tools to keep our intentions on track.
  • Personal Power: What you see isn’t always what you get. Build your core, lay the foundation of healthy approaches to your spiritual, physical and mental health, and know that true beauty begins from strong roots within.
  • Judgement: What is judgement a cloak for? How does judgement limit our growth and learning how to release it can transform our relationships.
  • Creation: How do we step into our creator selves and harness the energy, vitality and verve that can propel us forward to fulfill our dreams?
  • Vulnerability: Being perceived as “weak” is a detractor for many of us. How being true, real and authentic can actually improve relationships in many realms of our lives.
  • Self worth: How can paying attention to and managing our self perception set us up for success? How do we each manage our self worth and how can our view of ourselves impact our relationships.
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