Join us for this Digital Detox adventure! Fall and rise with the sun, paddle through the clear blue waters of the Boundary Waters lakes, and portage amidst acres of pristine wilderness. Disconnect from modern intricacies of today's world, reconnect with the outdoors and discover the healing powers of nature. On this adventure, you will enjoy Paleo style meals cooked over the campfire, meaningful movement all day long, and creating a community of wilderness travelers. Discover the wild side of health!book now
The Point Retreats is ready to create the ultimate wilderness adventure part two! Join us for 4 nights and 5 days during the 2020 Summer Solstice in the Boundary waters canoe area where you will submerse yourself in the 5 million acres of remote primeval wilderness between the Minnesota and Canadian border. We will be active as we canoe between the thousand pristine lakes and portage through the vast network of forests.
Enjoy waking to the ground underneath you, morning movement of Qigong by the lake, the sun and stars above that guide your day/night, the calm that comes from surrounding yourself in nature, the adventure of pioneering your path, the primitive Paleo style meals, and campfire conversations about the health benefits of living as our ancestors did! This trip will be the ultimate biohack as you rise with the sun, sleep under the stars, and experience a profound release from all modern intricacies (aka – no blue lights or EMF’s here).
In the wild, we confront evidence of energy greater than our own, experience a profound peace in the quiet solitude, and a freedom in being close to nature. The 8 Most Important aspects of health will naturally surround us on this trip – Sunshine, Sleep, Water, Food, Nature, Movement, Air, and Tribe.
Join our team, which consists of a holistic health expert and biohacker (Thaddeus Owen), an experienced Boundary Waters nurse (Christa Rymal) who is also certified as a Wilderness First Responder. In addition, Travis Rymal will be navigating this weekend expedition. Travis has a degree and background in Forestry. During his career working for the government he spent multiple summers working as a Wilderness Ranger in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area and has lead multiple trips in both the BWCA and the Quetico. Space is limited to 5 participants.
This trip requires being adaptable to all elements of nature, activity, and adventure! Canoe, paddles, Sleeping bag, sleeping pad, tent, backpacks, campfire chairs, first aide supplies, water filters, and food/cooking utensils will be provided. You will need to bring clothing and shoes to prepare for all elements of weather and activity and all personal items desired that can fit into your backpack and are eco-friendly. What you bring in, you will be responsible to carry in and out. We will provide a recommended list of personal supplies.
All guests need to arrive in Lutsen or Ely, Minnesota (roughly 4.5 hours from the Twin Cities) by Friday at 5:00pm. You are responsible for your own transportation, however, if you wish to carpool, we will keep the group informed of any ride share opportunities. Friday evening we will stay at a hotel in Lutsen, enjoy a delicious and nutritious meal together in Lutsen, and depart for our BW adventure on Saturday morning at 8:00am. We will spend Saturday, Sunday, and Monday evening in the wilderness and return to Lutsen on Tuesday late morning - early afternoon.
Cost $1250.00 – includes lodging in Lutsen or Ely on Thursday night, all meals for Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday while in the Boundary waters, all necessary camping/canoeing gear, all expert Biohacking talks and tips from our expert Biohacker, and our experienced Boundary water guides leading your adventure.