MYA is partnering up again with Equinox Climbing Service for a rad rock climbing experience in beautiful Camden, Maine. Adventurers will indulge in plenty of yummy vegetarian food and a variety of vino with visitations to three local wineries!
Enjoy a half day of awesome professionally led rock climbing in Camden with Equinox Guiding Service. Adventurers will rock climb at Barrett's Cove Cliff overlooking Megunticook Lake with the ocean in the distance. Certified guide, Noah Kleiner (fun and very passionate about his job!) will assist adventurers every step of the way and supply all the climbing necessities of helmet, harness and shoes. Beginners welcome! Adventurers can challenge themselves or keep it simple and easy.
Post climb, adventurers can dip their feet in the water and get in some splashing at Barrett’s Cove Beach before heading to Cellardoor Winery. Off the beaten path at a 200 year old barn surrounded by fields, marsh and forest, Cellardoor is a gorgeous spot for eating and sharing wine.
It’s also a great spot for some fun yoga moments! At all of our stopping points along the adventure, Holly Twining will toss in some stretching and balancing with some good belly laughs! We’ll indulge in a yummy vegetarian picnic lunch with a select Cellardoor bottle or two. MYA is happy to accommodate any and all dietary needs.
Exploring the barn inside and out is a worthwhile endeavor. Adventurers can learn the history and process of winemaking on site via the knowledgeable and often wonderfully quirky Cellardoor staff.
From there, we’ll head out about 20 minutes or so to Savage Oakes Vineyard & Winery in Union. We’ll come across the ninety-five acre farm owned by Elmer and Holly Savage. They’ve got four acres of vineyard with ten varieties of grapes on a beautiful property with sweet cows, pigs, chickens, and perhaps the family dog in view. MYA will certainly partake in a wine tasting and farm strolling!
We’ll move on to our last spot on the wine tour, Sweetgrass Winery & Distillery. They take pride in crafting wines and spirits from real Maine ingredients.
Maine's unique growing seasons are their inspiration, and they delight in finding new distillations to make from the bounty of Maine fruits and grains. Yes, there’s a tasting room, MYA will partake! There just might be space for more yoga too!
Join us for a wicked fun Saturday of climbing, imbibing, movement and yummy food!