Religious fitness lovers don’t often really enjoy sitting still for an entire vacation, they are always in the lookout for activity.
Here are a few destinations from around the globe to help you relax and rejuvenate. Whether you’re into running, cycling, skiing, snowboarding, CrossFit, horseback riding, golf, yoga or something that calls for a bit more adrenaline pumping through your veins, you’ll find dream vacation ideas.
Valley Rock Inn & Mountain Club. 27 Mill St, Sloatsburg, NY 10974-2103. This is a fitness focused hospitality property located an hour from NYC that features wellness and fitness in the great outdoors. Guests can stay in the hotel’s 17 rooms—divided among four historic cottages and participate in spin, yoga and boot-camp classes; utilize the 7,000-square-foot gym; Olympic size swimming pool; and road, mountain, and e-bikes. There are also guides available for hiking, biking, and kayaking adventures that can cover some of the 70,000 acres of protected parkland adjacent to the property in Harriman State Park.
In the words of Joanna McWilliams “Lake Tahoe, Heavenly and Northstar are great places to visit in the summer as a fitness lover. “
At Northstar, you can find mountain biking (the Enduro World Series is here), hiking, roller blading, yoga etc.
At Heavenly there is Discovery mountain-top fun for the whole family – roller coasters, zip lines, climbing walls etc. and mountain top yoga as well.
Kimpton Gray Hotel, Chicago: With wellness at its heart, the Gray Hotel offers unique amenities for fitness lovers. In every room, a complimentary yoga mat is tucked into the closet for any time use. Forgot your gym clothes or need a pair of jogging shorts? Don’t worry – the hotel offers workout clothes from Lululemon, so guests can travel light and still stay fit! The hotel’s fully equipped fitness center includes Peloton Commerical Biles with instant access to classes streamed directly from Peloton’s NYC studio. Starting this fall, The Gray will offer complimentary yoga classes for guests each month with a live DJ and wellness cocktails post-stretch.
Glacier National Park Montana: A trip to one of the most favorite national parks in the U.S. offers fitness trainers and exercise-loving travelers the opportunity to engage in a wide range of healthy activities and outdoor sports. According to Daniel Demoss, MSc in Physical Therapy “I have been to this park last summers and it captured the whole a lot my attention. The best things in which you can engage are hiking, fishing, and rafting, all of which are the core focus for the park’s exclusive guide service. It is a perfect destination for de-stressing from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, you can rejuvenate and recharge in the fresh and serene nature of park while soaking in the peacefulness of the surrounding glaciers.” The best time of year to visit Glacier National Park is during the warm summer months of July, August, and September.
Extended by Katie Ziskind, who is a licensed marriage and family therapist in Connecticut is a fitness destination called, Acadia National Park in Maine. According to her one can stay in a tent or stay at a bed and breakfast in Southwest Harbor. There are lots of fun things to do in Bar Harbor as well as hiking to be done in the park itself. “I highly recommend for fitness lovers to climb the trail, The Precipice, at Acadia.”
Mullayanagiri in Karnataka is the Highest peak in Karnataka, 6316ft.Fitness lovers can try biking and trekking.
Also, Andamans in India is a treat for fitness lovers. Fitness lovers can try snorkeling, under water diving, and many other activities in Andaman.
Kerala is the right place for bamboo rafting, kayaking, treadmill workout on water wheel. Fitness lovers can try kite surfing or wind surfing in Chennai.
Fitness lovers can try paragliding in Yelagiri. Yelagiri has hosted India’s first international paragliding festival.
The list is endless but don’t miss out on these destinations.
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