Join Jackie and Kevin Freiberg for a weekend in the Wasatch Mountains for an experiential couples retreat to grow your friendship, deepen your love and rise stronger AS ONE.
Six Crucial Conversations
What if you could come to a romantic setting and dig deep into some conversations you and your partner haven’t had for a long time…or maybe never had?
Every great love story is a never-ending conversation. It’s two people who are still curious about each other–who aren’t done discovering each other.
At the retreat, we will tee up the importance of these six conversations and then, give you a 6-month plan for using them to love and appreciate each other more deeply.
Sundance Zip Tour
Get ready to soar over 2100 feet of vertical drop at Sundance UT. The Sundance Zip Tour is recognized as one of the most exciting and scenic zip tours in the world and one of the highest and longest zip lines in the United States.
After a 3-2-1 count down, you’ll launch and ride side-by-side on the zip line’s double cables.
While fully in control of your own speed, you can go full throttle at speeds of 65 miles per hour or you can stop mid-line to take in the breathtaking vistas. The experience is exhilarating. The takeaways are priceless.
Scenic Chairlift Ride & Lunch
You and your partner will hop on two different lifts, sit back, relax and enjoy the colorful, panoramic views as you ascend to the top of Sundance Mountain. There, you will have a casual, yet epic lunch at Bearclaw cabin.
While enjoying refreshments, tacos, burritos, or a heaping plate of nachos you’ll feel like you are on top of the world as you take in the spectacular 360-degree views of Heber and Utah Valleys.
Your adventure continues by riding the lifts back to the base of the mountain for more breathtaking views of the Wasatch mountain range.
Scenic Mountain Vistas
Summers at Sundance never disappoint so grab your partner, set your pace, and have your camera ready as you make your way through scenic trails, mountain forests and open meadows.
You’ll gear up and head out for a three-mile out-and-back hike to Stewart Falls, one of Sundance’s most popular hikes and one of the most scenic and photogenic waterfalls in northern Utah. The Falls are over 200 feet high and spill over in two tiers.
The brave at heart always slip under the falls for an epic refresh and recharge!
For this afternoon’s adventure you’ll strap on a pair of snowshoes and within minutes, find yourselves in the middle of a peaceful, yet majestic “nowhere.”
Together, you’ll explore parts of a dedicated trail system winding through oak, aspen, and conifer trees. Whether the snow is falling or the sun shining, the place will give you a fun, mysterious, hide-n-seek kind of feel.
Known for views of Mount Timpanogos and the stunning Stewart Falls in the distance, the snowshoe and cross country trails open up to some of the most beautiful scenery the mountains have to offer.
Wasatch Mountain Adventures
As the saying goes, play together to stay together. And since Utah is celebrated for its recreation and adventure, this is your chance to play hard on dusty trails as you navigate the Wasatch and Uinta National Forests.
Get ready for an afternoon of high adventure. You’ll saddle up, side-by-side, in a two seater and roar through the backcountry taking in scenic vistas, crossing river beds and climbing hills on ATVs.
If you are new to ATVs, you’ll be amazed at where these machines can go.
As the saying goes, play together to stay together. And since Utah is celebrated for its recreation and adventure, this is your chance to play hard on wintery trails in a snowmobilers paradise.
Get ready for an afternoon of high adventure in the Wasatch and Uinta National Forests. You’ll saddle up together, or side-by-side on your own sleds, and roar through the backcountry taking in scenic vistas you can only get to by snowmobile. Let’s make some memories in the mountains!
For this afternoon’s adventure you’ll strap on a life jacket and hop in a tandem kayak. Together you’ll float the mild rapids and paddle your way down the Provo River. Known as one of the iconic fly fishing rivers in the west, the Provo in the Fall is spectacular!
Kayaking the Provo River is a refreshing and rejuvenating way to take in Provo canyon and float above what is considered to be some of the best trout fishing in Utah.
Sundance isn’t one of the largest resorts in the country, but it is certainly one of the most memorable. In its Readers’ Choice Awards, the worlds best traveled readers weighed in, in record numbers (600,000) on Conde Nast Traveler and named Sundance Mountain Resort as the “#1 Ski Resort in the U.S. and Canada.”
A well-kept secret with 450 acres of skiable terrain, Sundance is free of crowds and has something for everyone—easy beginner runs, cruiser groomers, and steep, technical runs—bumps and no bumps. And, for those who love to hunt for those hidden staches on deep days, Sundance has plenty of Utah’s coveted dry, untracked powder.