I can’t even touch my toes! Can I do this?

All yoga adventures are tailored to the guests. All ages have participated in the hiking, snowshoeing, aerial, climbing, and paddleboard yoga trips. It is meant to be fun, so all you need is a good sense of humor. Expect a workout - but not an extreme workout.

What is in your amazing homemade granola bars?

1/2 cup applesauce/yogurt or sour cream
1/2 cup coconut
1/2 stick butter
1/2 cup sugar/honey/maple syrup
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 egg
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 heaping cup quick oats
1 cup dried cherries/fruit
1 cup chopped nuts
1 cup chocolate chips
Lemon zest

What if someone bails in my group?

PCYA has a 24 Hour CANCELLATION POLICY pay in full rain, snow or shine. You will be charged for the number of people you booked for. (For example: If you book for four people and show up with three people, you will be charged for four.)

What do I wear for paddleboard yoga?

Wear something you don’t mind getting wet in like a bathing suit or shorts and a sports bra. Bring a towel and a change of clothes. If it is a really cold day, the air temperature in the crater can be 60-65 degrees. The crater is covered in the winter, however it needs to vent some steam so there is some airflow. Some guests like to bring a rash guard or long sleeve synthetic shirt and yoga leggings to wear in the winter. The water temp is 95-98 degrees year round and we do a lot of poses that involve getting in the water.

Are yoga adventures offered every day at set times?

All yoga adventures are by reservation only. We will try our best to fill the sessions. If you want a private trip, please inquire for pricing. The paddleboard yoga sessions can only be reserved at the times listed.

If it’s just me, can I book a yoga adventure?

Yes, however for paddleboard yoga you will have to join a session already booked. We can not do paddleboard yoga for only one person. For all other adventures, the price for one person is the same as two.

I’ve never done yoga.

If you have never done yoga, this is a great way to learn the alignment of the poses in a fun setting. For paddleboard yoga, you will definitely learn the proper alignment in the pose because if you are out of alignment, you are in the water!

Wondering what to wear for a yoga hike?

Dress in layers and make sure to bring a rain or long sleeve layer. PCYA will provide you with a small pack for extra layers, water, and snacks. Wear footwear that you are comfortable hiking in - closed toed shoes are a must.

How do I get to the crater?

The Homestead Resort and Crater DIRECTIONS

Homestead Crater

700 North Homestead Drive

Midway, UT 84049

From Park City (allow 35 minutes of drive time) take Kearns Boulevard (State Highway 248) East approximately 4 miles to US Highway 40 towards HEBER. Turn South (or make a right) and travel approximately 10 miles to the Midway and Wasatch Mountain State Park turnoff. Turn right at the stop light onto River Road and follow the road approximately 2.5 miles to the round-about. Take the first right turn onto Burgi Lane (1050 North). Follow the green directional signs approximately 2.1 miles to the Homestead entrance. Look for the Adventure Center and the Crater. We will see you at the Crater! There is no need to go to the Adventure Center. Park in the parking lot next to the Crater entrance.

You must have your own TRANSPORTATION. You must have a vehicle (not a taxi) for the Snowshoe/Hike & Paddleboard Yoga Adventure.