I’ve never done yoga—I can’t even touch my toes! Can I do this?!

Our yoga adventures are fully tailored and customized for our guests. Even if you have never done yoga before, any of our adventures is a great opportunity to learn basic poses in a fun and relaxing environment. All you need is an open mind and a sense of humor. 

 

What should I wear for summer hiking adventures? 

Wear your normal yoga clothing or any stretchy, comfortable workout apparel, as well as closed-toed athletic shoes with a supportive design. We adventure in a high-desert environment where the weather can change quickly. Dress in layers and bring a light jacket just in case. 

We will have a small backpack for each participant with water, hot tea and snacks. We will also provide a headlamp for night hiking adventures. 

 

What should I wear for snowshoe adventures? 

Dress as you would for a day of skiing, with your yoga clothing as your base layer. A pair of warm winter boots (not your ski boots) is essential. Even thought it’s winter time, be sure to bring sun protection—hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. We will have a small backpack for each participant with water, hot tea and snacks. We will also provide a headlamp for night hiking adventures. 

 

What should I wear for paddleboard yoga?

Wear lightweight, stretchy clothing that you don’t mind getting wet, like a bathing suit or shorts and a sports bra. Please bring your own towel. There is a changing room at the Homestead Crater hot spring, but no shower. The water is 95-98˚F year-round. 

 

What if someone in my group bails? 

PCYA has a 24-HOUR CANCELLATION POLICY—any changes in head count received with at least 24 hours notice will be adjusted at no charge. 

 

Do I need a reservation?

Yes, all yoga adventures are by reservation only, and paddleboard yoga adventures can only be booked at the times listed. 

 

Can I book an adventure for just myself? 

Any of our adventures with the exception of paddleboard yoga can be booked for one person. Paddleboard yoga adventures require a group of at least two, however, solo adventurers can join an already-booked session. 

 

How do I get to the Homestead Crater?

 

The Homestead Resort and Crater

700 North Homestead Drive

Midway, UT 84049

 

From Park City, allow 35 minutes to reach the crater. 

 

Take Kearns Blvd. (Highway 248) east for approximately 4 miles to US 40 toward Heber, UT. Turn right (south) and drive approximately 10 miles to the Midway/Wasatch Mountain State Park turnoff. Turn right at the stoplight onto River Road and drive approximately 2.5 miles to the roundabout. Take the first right onto Burgi Lane (1050 North). Follow the green directional signs approximately 2.1 miles to the Homestead Resort entrance, and follow signs toward the crater. Park in the parking lot next to the crater. See you there!