Welcome to the oldest yoga studio in the world! Encased in ancient stone and fully protected from the elements for year-round enjoyment, the Homestead Crater’s Caribbean-blue waters instantly transport you from the mountains of Utah to pure, otherworldly bliss. This is yoga with a splash, practiced atop stand-up paddleboards. The crater’s therapeutic 95-degree mineral water is warm and inviting—which is good because you’ll probably end up in it!
Featured on the Travel Channel, New York Times and Men’s Journal to name a few, this one-of-kind experience is unlike any yoga class you’ve ever attended. Consider adding a sunrise or night hike or snowshoe to your paddleboard yoga session.
We rent the crater privately for our adventures. Paddleboard Yoga is available at the following set times and you must have a reservation. The address is 700 North Homestead Drive Midway, Utah 84049. It's about 30 minutes from Main Street Park City.
Days and Times
Monday-Thursday 10:30 a.m., 8:30 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m., 8:30 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m., 8:30 p.m.
Sunday 5:30 p.m.
Holiday Days and Times
Rates (2 person minimum)(12 person max)
2 Yogis $140 per guest
3-4 Yogis $100 per guest
5-12 Yogis $80 per guest
SUNRISE OR SUNSET HIKE/SNOWSHOE & PADDLEBOARD YOGA
Get ready to awaken your senses with a fresh dose of nature. We’ll enjoy a peaceful sunrise or nighttime trek through the quiet forest, illuminated by only the stars and the beam of your headlamp for the night trips. After, we’ll splash into the steamy mineral water of the Homestead Crater for an hour of paddleboard yoga.
Encased in ancient stone and fully protected from the elements for year-round enjoyment, the Homestead Crater’s Caribbean-blue waters instantly transport you from the mountains of Utah to pure, otherworldly bliss.
In order to have a safe experience for everyone, please follow these protocols while the corona virus lives amongst us. Guests they must take personal responsibility for their own safety by following CDC guidelines.
• Avoid booking if you have a fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or above, cough, trouble breathing, sore throat, muscle aches and pains, sudden changes in smell or taste, or feel generally unwell, or have had contact with a COVID-19 positive person in the last 14 days. If you are feeling sick, please cancel 24 hours in advance of your adventure. • Group sizes will be limited to ten people to maintain a minimum 6-foot distance on the paddleboards. • The hallway to get to the boards in the Homestead Crater and the trailhead may have other people present. Please be prepared and bring a face mask while in these public spaces. Our guide will wear a face mask when social distancing is not feasible, and we expect the same from our guests. • While hiking and during the entire adventure, our guide we will maintain a minimum 6-foot distance from our guests and while on the water, you will be spaced at 6-feet apart. • The changing rooms are closed so please plan to bring a towel and a coverup and change in your vehicle after the session. • Wear your swimsuit under your hiking clothes. • The boards will be sanitized between guests. • The thermal water inside the crater is all natural and is not treated with chemicals. • Please bring your own water and snack if you would like one for the hike. • Sneeze/cough into cloth, tissue, elbow or sleeve (not hands) • Avoid hand shaking or unnecessary physical contact • Wash hands often, and for at least 20 seconds. Hand sanitizer will be on site provided by your guide.