January 1-7, 2018

Kick Start Your New Year’s Resolutions With a Focus on Health & Wellness Northwoods’ Style

$190 Value!

Whether your New Year’s Resolution is to get healthy, take more time for yourself, or spend time reconnecting with family or nature, this is the package for you! To get healthy and active you can hike, ski and snowshoe on the pristine trails right out your doorstep. Try your hand at fat biking or join a guided Naturalist activity or two. Or enjoy the thrill of a dog sled ride (available for an extra charge). Healthy eating choices will be available and we’ll have classes and activities to help get you started in the right direction – like Snowga and Forest Bathing.

Once you’re done with your outdoor activities, snuggle up in front of a blazing fire in your cabin or enjoy a hot chocolate or other warm beverage in our Lodge, where fine dining choices are also available. Many of our cabins have in-suite saunas or hot tubs for you to enjoy. And our massage therapist can warm and relax you with a hot stone treatment or other massage of your choice.

If you would like to create sustainable goals for 2018, begin to implement them with movement, healthy eating and learning new stress management techniques to easily incorporate into your busy life, this is the perfect chance to get away from your usual environment and focus on what’s in store for the coming year amidst the beauty and quiet of the Northwoods.

The New Year’s Resolution package includes

  • Accommodations in a lakeside fireplace cabin – minimum 4-night stay
  • All meals, including some new healthy choice options
  • Yoga & Snowga
  • Cross country ski and snowshoes rental and all guided Naturalist programs

Package pricing

Call for rates and availability

Dog sled rides, fat bike rental, and individual wellness coaching and massages are available for an additional cost.

Taxes, service charge, and trail pass (optional) are additional

We loved our post-New Year’s getaway at Gunflint Lodge! We can’t wait to return to feed the birds and deer, and hopefully do some ice fishing!

Deb H.