Breitenbush Hot Springs

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We invite you ...
for a workshop, personal retreat or just the day!

The Setting
Breitenbush is a remote forest retreat of timeless natural beauty, blessed with abundant hot springs, a glacier-fed river and surrounding mountains, where you will discover a vast and personal connection with the natural world in any season.

Hot Springs
Soak in The Meadow Pools lined in smooth river rocks or move slowly between the four Spiral Hot Tubs of varying temperature, or enjoy the Steam Sauna, a cedar cabin perched above steaming waters.  A spirit of respect and sanctuary pervades the clothing-optional soaking pools.

Historic Lodge
Your center of activity is the Historic Lodge with its spacious decks.  Here you’ll find the library, a cozy place for lounging, the dining room, and the North Wing, where you’ll enjoy various activities including concerts, dances, readings and workshops.

Lodging
Cozy, rustic, year-round cabins (some with bathrooms) and camping in Summer give many options for your stay.  Men and women’s bathhouses serve the needs of campers and those in cabins without bathrooms.

The Sanctuary and Buddha’s Playhouse
The uniquely beautiful Sanctuary and the whimsical Buddha’s Playhouse are where you’ll retreat for meditation, yoga or personal quiet time.

Labyrinth
You’ll take a meditative walk to the center of the labyrinth, a journey to one’s own center, enhanced by the song of the nearby river.

Gift Shop
You’ll find a selection of inspiring books and artisan-crafted gifts in our Gift Shop, along with any necessities you may have forgotten.

Workshops and Meetings
Attend one of the 150 workshops, gatherings and conferences hosted annually in our supportive environment. See the listing on this website, or to schedule an event contact events@breitenbush.com

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© 1999 Breitenbush Hot Springs. Site updated - Winter 2014