Heart Wild Hiking (Spring Dates)

$45.00$140.00

FULL 4 HIKES ($140)
DROP-IN HIKES ($45 EACH) 

Upcoming Dates: 

Wednesdays May 29, June 5, June 12, June 19th (9am-3pm)

Experience the healing power of nature as you embark on  four (4)  Wellness Infused Heart Wild Hiking Adventures in K-Country.  Each Hike will infuse a wellness component such as reiki, guided meditation, journalling, intuitive guidance and/or group discussions.  Breathe in the essence of Mother Earth and receive the gift of peace, awareness, connection, and strength.  

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HEART WILD HIKING (ADULTS AND CHILDREN AGES 10+):  4 WK EVENT 

$140 FULL 4 WEEKS

$45 DROP IN (PER HIKE)

To arrange a private hike day, please contact me:

Come join us on a 4 week adventure (or dropin’s are avail, pre-registrated 24hrs prior to hike is required) where you will get to hike 4 different trails in the Sheep River and Highwood River K-Country area, and experience ridge hiking, summits, meadows, wild flowers, tree-lines, rivers, water falls and more. Each Hike will also infuse a wellness component to add to your experience…such as reiki, meditation, journalling, intuitive guidance, group discussions, and/or forest bathing. Prior to hike day you will be informed of the hike day detail. Please note no prior experience is required to participate in the wellness components….we will guide you along your journey.
 
TYPICAL HIKE DAY
9:00am – Meet Up (TV Library Parking Lot or Longview Tourism Parking Lot)
 
9:00am – 10:00am – Car pool to trail head, or drive your self
Car pooling is recommended, but not necessary. Please use the Facebook Group tab for car pooling discussions.
 
10:00am – 11:15am – Open and Connect with Nature
(call in spirit to protect and guide, setting intentions). Hike in
 
11:15am – 12:15pm – Specific to Day of Hike
The day may include a longer hike, or a stopping point to infuse Reiki, Journalling, Meditation and/or Spiritual Guidance.
These ‘extras’ will vary on different hike days, and participants may choose to participate in all activities that are being offered, non or some. Should you choose to pass on the wellness activities, you will be required to stay with the group and wait quietly for the activities to complete.
 
12:15pm – 12:45pm – Lunch (not supplied)
 
12:45pm – 2:00pm – Hike out and Close
(give thanks to Gaia, Spirit, and Guides for the experience)
 
2:00pm – 3:00pm – Car pool back to Parking Lot or drive yourself out.
 
WHAT COMES WITH YOUR HIKE
• Opening and Closing Ceremonies
• New Hike every week. (2-3 hr return hike each week)
• WELLNESS PRACTICE (Meditation, Reiki) – lead by
certified Instructors (If you choose to participate)
• Spiritual Guidance (if you choose to receive)
• Journalling
• Connection to the Earth, Self and others
• Fresh Air, Love and Light
 
HEART WILD ADVENTURES will POST Hike Details each week by the Monday prior to Hike Day.
 
All hikes will run rain or shine, however, Heart Wild Hikes reserves the rights to cancel or revise hike location/details whenever conditions are deemed unsafe for participants. Weather is volatile and we will always make decisions within 2-3 hours of an event. Under the circumstance that Heart Wild Hikes (HWH) cancels a hike, all participants will be fully refunded in full (for the day of the cancelled hike). No fees will apply.
 
DO YOU HAVE TO PARTICIPATE IN ALL ACTIVITIES?
The choice is entirely up to you! All activities are optional (with the exception of the hike itself…lol) but we highly recommend you partake in the wellness portion as well (reiki, meditation, journalling and/or intuitive healing). Should you choose to pass on the wellness activities, you will be required to stay with the group and wait quietly for the activities to complete.
 
Keep in mind, the type of activities will vary from Hike to Hike.
 
WHAT TO BRING?
Footwear:
Footwear:
Comfortable, light weight hiking shoes or boots generally work the best. Shoes must enclose the entire foot and toes (no open-toe sandals, or water shoes). Whatever footwear you chose, make sure you have worn them in advance of your trip to ensure they fit well and are comfortable.
For Spring hiking, it is recommended to have a set of microspikes, as conditions can be slippery. You can purchase these at MEC, Campers Village, Atmosphere, and even Marks Work Warehouse.
Gear:
Hiking Clothes that are comfortable enough to layer. (I like to wear long pants, to protect from branches and such, a tank, long sleeve and jacket). Travel light! Recommended items include snacks and packed lunch, two water bottles (or bladder pack), sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, bug spray, lip balm, camera, journal and pen, little gloves, layering clothes for weather, extra socks (not cotton). Hiking Socks really do make a difference.
 
*It is also good to have a whistle and a garbage bag, or small towel (if the ground is wet and you want something to sit on)
 
AM I IN GOOD ENOUGH SHAPE?
Give us a call with any of your concerns about participating in one of our hiking excursions. Our hikes are designed for all skill levels and is a perfect day trip. Hikes are graded as beginner to moderate in Kananaskis Parks. No previous hiking, and/or reiki experience is required, however, it is recommended you be in good physical shape. Gym fitness is different from hiking fitness when you are on your feet most of the day. Even being outdoors in the fresh air can be quite tiring. Our hikes are aimed at those who are active and reasonably fit. A general rule of thumb is to be able to carry a pack weighing 10-15lbs and hiking approx. 2-3 hrs (7-13km) with vertical gains of 100m – 600m. You will be carrying your own gear, lunch and drinks.
 
THINGS TO KNOW
All of our excursions take place in beautiful K-Country…and yes that means we will be entering the homeland for bears, wild cats, moose, elk, deer, mountain goats, big horn sheep, snakes, bugs and more! We would like to bring awareness to the fact that there is always a potential of encountering one of these beings on our outing, so if you have a crippling fear of seeing any of these animals, these hikes may not be for you. That being said, encounters do happen, and it is our goal to keep you and the animals safe.
 
Also, keep in mind it can get very hot, or very cold and/or wet quickly so please be prepared for all weather conditions.
 
As well, please be prepared that mobile reception in the mountains is typically poor to non-existent.
 
SMOKING POLICY
Smoking of any sorts (including vape pens) is not permitted during our hikes.
 
ANIMAL POLICY
Heart Wild Hikes does not permit pets on any of our adventures. As dog lovers we wish this was not the case. We cannot control other off leash dogs that may walk through and how they interact with your pet. This variable can be extremely disruptive and dangerous. We hope you can understand.
 
AGE REQUIREMENTS
Heart Wild Hikes are family friendly (10+ upon approval), and are suitable for people who enjoy an active, meditative, and spiritual outdoor experience.
 
TRAIL ETIQUETTE & SAFETY
Group Size:
Heart Wild Hikes would like to preserve our trails and respect other hikers. We keep our groups small to ensure both values (max 12 participants).
 
Traveling as a group:
When you sign up for a Heart Wild Hike you are signing up to hike as one unit. Our objective is to stay together. Please do not leave the group to hike on your own. If you are not interested in keeping pace with the group this adventure may not be for you. At no time in the trip will you be permitted to leave the group and hike on your own. (If you have a fast pace and have a hard time hiking with others consider adding extra weight to your pack to slow you down 😉 )
 
Safety & Liability:
Heart Wild Hike facilitators are NOT Certified Travel Guides. Know that HWH has your best interest in mind and that Cara Marshall is Certified with Wilderness & Remote First Aid & CPR Level C.
 
Note: All trip details are subject to change based on weather & trail conditions. There is inherent risk involved with outdoor recreation and yoga. You will be required to sign a Waiver of Liability, Waiver of Claims, Express Assumption of Risks and Indemnity Agreement before departing on any Heart Wild Hike. As well, clients must follow all safety procedures set forth by their facilitators while participating in a HWH. Clients are ultimately responsible for their own safety during any of our trips.
 
We encourage you to read over each of the forms. No persons who refuse signatures will be permitted on any Heart Wild Hike events.
 
Heart Wild Hiking is designed for YOU to get back into Nature and back to YOU!
ANY QUESTIONS???
Please feel free to contact me at anamcaramarshall@gmail.com. No matter your interest in Heart Wild Adventures I look forward to talking with you, and hope to see you on the trail.
Your Soul Friend,
Cara

 

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