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The Gratitude Hike


Service Description

The Gratitude Hike at Charmlee Wilderness is a unique experience that allows hikers to connect with nature and cultivate an attitude of gratitude. Led by Howard from HOWTrek and Whitney Howard Designs, this hike is designed to help hikers appreciate the beauty and wonder of the natural world and to be grateful for the blessings in their lives. The hike begins with a brief introduction and a short meditation to help hikers connect with their surroundings and set an intention for the hike. As hikers make their way through the park, they are encouraged to stop and take in the beauty of the landscape, to observe the flora and fauna, and to express gratitude for the abundance of life around them. Throughout the hike, Howard shares inspiring stories and quotes that help hikers cultivate an attitude of gratitude and see the world through a positive lens. Whitney Howard Designs also provides handcrafted tokens of appreciation for each hiker, reminding them to carry the spirit of gratitude with them throughout their day. The hike concludes with a group meditation and a gratitude circle, where hikers have the opportunity to share their thoughts and feelings about the experience and express gratitude for the blessings in their lives. This shared experience creates a sense of community and connection among the hikers, and reinforces the importance of gratitude in daily life. Overall, the Gratitude Hike at Charmlee Wilderness is an uplifting and transformative experience that leaves hikers feeling grateful, connected, and inspired. It is a unique opportunity to connect with nature, practice mindfulness, and cultivate an attitude of gratitude, all while enjoying the stunning beauty of the Santa Monica Mountains. Our hike is an easy hike, approximately 3 miles with gradual down and up hills. Please bring water and snack. Have comfortable walking/hiking shoe


Upcoming Sessions

  • 27 US dollars

Contact Details

  • Joshua Tree National Park, California, USA

  • Calabasas, CA, USA

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  • Carpinteria, CA, USA

  • Two Harbors, CA, USA


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