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Meditation Retreat in the Hudson Valley

Eliminate the noise and regain focus on a three-day corporate retreat in the Hudson Valley, New York. 


Just two hours north of New York City, the Hudson Valley and the Catskill Mountains are an oasis of calm. Your team will have space to come together and recenter in a breathtaking setting with guided meditation.

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Learn everyday meditation techniques to regain focus.

Explore the waterfalls and hiking trails of the Catskill Mountains.

Calm your mind fishing for rainbow trout.

Enjoy locally-grown meals designed to refresh your body and mind.


Day 1

Catskill Mountains, New York

Only 2.5 hours north of New York City, the bucolic Catskill Mountains rise from the Hudson Valley. Your three-day retreat begins with a welcome dinner, sourced from local, organic farms. A guided discussion on the challenges of maintaining focus in an increasingly noise-filled work environment will set the stage for the retreat ahead.

Day 2

Sunrise Wildlife Viewing

Welcome the day with a guided sunrise meditation. In your practice, you will learn breathing techniques that you can take back to the office, helping you maintain laser-sharp focus in a world of distraction. In the afternoon, you have a choice of activities including horseback riding mountain trails, fly fishing for rainbow trout or a privately guided nature hike.

Day 3

Waterfall Hike

Your meditation practice will prove to be even more impactful on your second day. This morning, you'll explore Kaaterskill Falls, the highest two-tiered waterfall in the state, on a meditation hike. Your retreat concludes with a group discussion on the impacts meditation and breathing techniques make in your professional life.

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Where you will connect at the end of the day.

Wilder partners with select properties to provide an optimal experience for connection and access to team building adventures. Each lodge is carefully chosen to provide uninterrupted meeting space, comfortable sleeping and impromptu conversations. Explore our corporate retreat accommodations below or contact us for other options.

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gather greene

Scandinavian-inspired cabins with event space set in nature.


mohonk mountain

Luxury lodge located on the Shawangunk Mountain Ridge

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deer mountain

Upscale mountain lodge near Tannserville, NY.


Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park have unlimited possibilities for team adventures. Activities including fly fishing, wildlife viewing, whitewater rafting, hiking, exploring geothermal pools and taking in the cowboy culture of Jackson.

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outdoor yoga


guided hiking


horseback riding


rock climbing

Make this retreat your own.

Each Wilder Retreat is designed exclusively for your unique personality and to meet your goals. Contact us today to learn about different experiences, accommodations and itineraries.


Hudson Valley Retreat FAQ


What's the best time to go?


The Hudson Valley in the spring is a time of transition, from patches of snow to blooming wildflowers and Mountain Laurel. For more predictable weather, late-April, May and June are the best times to visit.


Summer can be an ideal time to travel to the Hudson Valley. While the temperatures and humidity in New York City can be uncomfortably hot, the Hudson Valley is dependably cooler and pleasant. 


Autumn in the Hudson Valley is spectacular with the turning colors of the maples and the apple trees ripe for picking. For peak foliage, plan your retreat in mid-October.


The Catskills in the winter is a destination for downhill skiing and snowshoeing. The forests are blissfully quiet in the winter which can make it an appealing time to host your retreat.

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Does my team need to be physically fit?

The Hudson Valley and the Catskills Mountains are an adventurers paradise, with endless trails, 4,000-foot peaks, mountain biking and rock climbing. More inclusive activities including outdoor yoga, forest bathing, wildlife viewing and horseback riding.

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What's the closest airport to The Hudson Valley?

The Hudson Valley is a geography north of New York City, spanning areas like the Shawangunk Ridge, Rhinebeck and the Catskill Mountains. Your team can fly into one of the three major airports in New York: LaGuardia, JFK and Newark. Additionally, there are smaller airports in the Hudson Valley including Westchester County and Stewart International.

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What's the ideal group size?

The Hudson Valley has the capacity to host larger groups -- up to 250 -- or small teams of 4 to 12. As Wilder does in all nature-based retreats, smaller teams will be formed to maximize the enjoyment of the outdoor activities and to minimize the impact on the environment.

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