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Sun, Sep 10


Swift Creek Trailhead, 320 Delrey Rd, Whitefish, MT 59937, USA

Fall Forest Bathing

Immerse your senses in the healing energy of the forest as it softens into Fall.

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Fall Forest Bathing
Fall Forest Bathing

Time & Location

Sep 10, 2023, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Swift Creek Trailhead, 320 Delrey Rd, Whitefish, MT 59937, USA

About the event

Join us for an afternoon exploration of forest bathing with Certified Forest Therapy Guide Christiane Hinterman. Forest bathing walks are designed to open the door to the healing properties of nature. Unlike a typical nature walk or hike, forest bathing focuses on slowing down, tuning into your senses and deepening your connection with the natural world. We accomplish this through a series of simple, sensory “invitations.” Christiane recently became a Certified Forest Therapy Guide with ANFT (Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides) and is excited to share this experience with you.

Participants should come prepared for the following:

- Long pants are recommended for off-trail travel

- Appropriate clothing for the weather and warmth for slow travel or periods of sitting

- You might bring a light weight camp stool, yoga mat or sit-upon as we may sit quietly for 10–15 minutes at a time. Otherwise there will be some to borrow.

- We will be out for 2.5 hours so be sure to pack water and snacks if needed

This event is free and suitable for all abilities, however may require participants to sit quiet and still for longer periods of time.

Attendance is limited and registration is required. Registration will open 2 weeks prior to the event. Please be sure to create your Eventbrite account to register or use the "remind me" tab to receive notification an hour before tickets become available. When registration opens, reserve a ticket for each member of your party. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

We will meet at the Swift Creek Trailhead at 2pm.

For more information about this or other scheduled outings, visit, call 406-862-3880 or email

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