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Corporate Retreats in Yosemite

Building teams through unforgettable experiences.


Gain an appreciation of nature by surrounding yourself by the largest living organisms on Earth, the Giant Sequoia, while navigating the giant granite walls of Yosemite.



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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Yosemite has endless options for team experiences, either active adventures or reflective moments among the Giant Sequoia. From forest bathing to stargazing, hiking Half Dome to horseback riding through fields of flowering lupine, Yosemite is a destination that will create shared memories for your team.

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Privately Guided Nature Hike

Explore by trail the waterfalls, massive granite walls and pristine streams that define Yosemite National Park.

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Rock Climbing

Ever want to experience the feeling of climbing the greatest granite walls in the world? In this intro half-day or full-day course, you will learn the basics of climbing and ascend to heights giving you a birds-eye view of the Valley.


Yosemite Valley is the home to an abundant trout population and the magical meander of the Merced River.

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Guided off-road tours are an excellent way to experience Yosemite’s stunning scenery and rugged terrain. Led by experienced guides, the tours take you through some of the most picturesque areas of the Sierra’s and the park, including valleys, splashing through creeks, meadows, gorgeous hikes, epic views and mountain ranges.

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.


Yosemite Company Retreat FAQ


What's the best time to go?


Yosemite in the spring is a beautiful time to visit as the waterfalls will be roaring with melting snow and the wildflowers will be blooming. You can expect snow at the higher elevations, typical 7,000 feet and above. Temperatures are variable, with a mix of summery and wintry days.


Summer is the most predictable time of the year to visit, although the park is often busy with other travelers. Temperatures range from up to 100 degrees in the Yosemite Valley to 60's and 70's at higher elevations with evenings getting down into the 30's.


Fall typically brings clear, blue skies in September and October. After the summer season, the rivers and waterfalls have slowed considerably. Temperatures during the day are often comfortable, though nights can turn cold.


Yosemite is open year-round, but in the winter many roads may be closed due to snow. Winter is when Yosemite receives the majority of their precipitation, so expect a heavy amount of snow.

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Does my team need to be physically fit?

Yosemite has a wide range of activities for all interest and abilities. Home to the Giant Sequoia, a favorite team activity is forest bathing, where you absorb the sounds and scents of nature through meditation. For the more active teams, hiking is atop the list of adventures along with whitewater rafting, horseback riding, rock climbing and exploring by 4x4.

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What's the closest airport to Yosemite?

The closest major gateway to Yosemite is Fresno Yosemite International Airport, about 65 miles from the park entrance. For those coming from San Francisco, it's a 3 to 4 hour drive. Additionally, there are a number of regional airports near Yosemite.

What's the ideal group size?

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Yosemite is best suited for smaller groups, typically less than 100 people. For logistical ease and to maximize the experience, Wilder will divide groups into teams of 4 - 12 people.

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