Join Korsi Yoga and Alpine Leadership, LLC on an active weekend of yoga, rock climbing, and hiking to waterfalls and canyons in Sand Rock, Alabama.
Sand Rock in Cherokee Rock Village is a climbing destination that has great quality routes and a wide range of opportunities for all skill levels of climber. You do not need any prior experience in rock climbing, there will be climbs for every level, and guided instruction for all.
Little River Canyon National Preserve - Sometimes called the "Grand Canyon of the East," the spectacular canyon was carved over thousands of years by Little River. One of the longest rivers in America that flows almost entirely on the top of a mountain, Little River begins at 1,900 feet above sea level and drops over 1,200 feet before it finally merges with the waters of Weiss Lake. The falls are over 45 feet long and are accessed by hiking the trails. There is a swimming hole nearby, so bring your bathing suits!
Ahoo from Korsi Yoga will teach yoga sessions daily (a stronger practice in the morning and a more relaxing session in the evening) and will also assist in the climbing instruction and activity.
Scott Perkins from Alpine Leadership, LLC will guide you on the rocks. Scott has been climbing since 1989 and guiding since 1998. He regularly is voted a top guide, and has led many successful groups to climb and summit mountains all over the world.
Saturday all day: Little River Canyon and Falls
Saturday evening: Wind down yoga
Sunday morning: Sunrise yoga
Sunday all day: Rock climbing until dusk
Price: $225 per person; Includes all meals, one night camping, yoga, rock climbing instruction, use of climbing gear, hiking to waterfalls and canyons.
If climbing only price is: $115 per person; Includes all meals, rock climbing instruction and use of climbing gear.
Limited to 25 participants. 50% secures your spot. No refunds, sorry.
Accommodation: We will camp in tents on Saturday night. Please bring your camping gear. This is car camping, with campsites right along the cliffs and nestled into the giant rock formations. Which means you can drive up to the camping spot and unload your car, so you can bring more gear if needed.