Come to Coeur d’Alene for a few hours, a day or a whole weekend with these fall events
It’s the best of all worlds: Coeur d’Alene Resort’s LIVE WELL RETREATS offer a self-paced experience designed to help you disconnect from the things you don’t want in your life and reconnect to the things you do want. And it’s all enjoyed in a luxury setting that will refresh you just as much as the retreat itself.
Starting at $175 per person, all of the resort’s Live Well Retreats include an overnight stay in the Resort Lake Tower, check-in with complimentary kombucha beverage, and a 50-minute spa service of your choice, like a relaxing pedicure or rejuvenating facial. Oh, and sleep in a bit the day of your departure; you don’t have to check out until noon.
The resort’s retreats follow different seasonal themes. FLOW INTO FALL, on Oct. 11-12, for example, includes all of the above amenities, plus a Sunday yoga class you’ll find frighteningly good. You’ll be swapping downward dogs and tree poses for instructor extraordinaire Emily Hudson’s hauntingly fun zombie, vampire and Halloween-ish poses. And in the morning, it’s mimosas and a yummy breakfast before you head off — refreshed and revitalized.
In November, when it’s time to wind down from fall and gear up for winter, consider the REFLECT AND REFUEL retreat Nov. 15-16.
One of the resort’s other yoga instructor’s, Amy Gates, will teach a journaling workshop during the November retreat to help guests “reflect on the past year and set intentions for the year to come,” says the resort’s Courtney Rainer. “The following morning, attendees will enjoy a nutritious brunch class featuring one of our in-house chefs,” she adds.
In addition to the scheduled Live Well classes, guests staying at the Resort can also take advantage of an assortment of complimentary guided experiences being offered in collaboration with the Coeur d’Alene Visitors Bureau to promote health, wellness and relaxation. A different activity is offered each day, from guided lakeside hikes and floating green fundamentals to beachside yoga and bike rides. These weekday adventures are built for all fitness levels, so you can choose your own pace.
Community Appreciation Weekends
SEPTEMBER 19-OCTOBER 25
Save money and help our local food banks when you visit Silverwood! For each general admission ticket sold, $4 will be donated to help local food banks and for each youth/senior ticket sold, $1 will be donated. Admission is only $40 (ages 8-64) and $23 (ages 3-7 and 65+) at the front gate. Save more when you purchase your tickets at silverwoodthemepark.com.
Oktoberfest is back this fall in Coeur d’Alene — with safety protocols in place to keep everyone safe. Travel through Downtown Coeur d’Alene and sample crisp, seasonal beers and hard cider. There are more than 20 different options to try, and all the würstl, schweinebraten and brezen to go with it. Details at cda4.fun.
Coeur d’Alene Lake Fondo will showcase beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene and the forest, roads and scenery along Idaho’s Scenic Byway; Highway 97, passing through many lakeside communities; before ending back in Coeur d’Alene at the fall Oktoberfest in downtown Coeur d’Alene. $95; 7 am-4 pm.