Women’s Rustic Luxury Retreat | Sedona | coming soon!

Women’s Rustic Luxury Retreat | Sedona | coming soon!

Retreat Highlights

  • Rustic Creekside Cabin Accommodations tucked in the Oak Canyons and Oak Creek in historic 100yr old Apple Orchard
  • Best of Sedona Hiking with dramatic scenic red rock cliff andvistas, expansive canyons, energy vortexes, spring-fed rivers and streams
  • Wellness Activities morning & evening yoga along bubbling oak creek
  • Private Chefs prepare breakfast, boxed lunches, and dinners

Pricing & Details

* Guests traveling alone can choose the shared room and we match up based on guest profile. Rooms are spacious with separate beds and private bathrooms.






With unimaginable beauty, towering cliffs and scenic red rocks, you are sure to discover the amazing beauty of Sedona during your visit. From canyons, forests and mountains to creeks and wildlife, your hike is guaranteed to be memorable – a connection to nature, exhilarating adventures, deep relaxation, and the feeling of awe and wonder.  Enjoy the company of like-minded outdoor enthusiasts and build new lasting friendships!

Join the historical walking tour and learn the stories behind each cabin at Orchard Canyon on Oak Creek. Former owners, Gary and Mary Garland along with MaryLou Todd, granddaughter of original homesteader Frank Todd, share their family stories and the history of our seventeen cabins. On this tour, you will learn which cabins were originally forest service ranger cabins, why one cabin was better known as the “hobbit” cabin, and which cabin is home to furniture that was built on property and inspired by Sir Winston Churchill’s backyard. Also, on this tour, you’ll learn which famous orchard women the upper cabins are named after and why the orchard manager’s favorite cabin is Blackberry. It’s a pleasure to keep this history alive and hope that during your stay, you will create your own unforgettable memories to share with generations to come.


Set amongst sprawling orchards silhouetted by red rocks, Orchard Canyon offers a unique setting for our women’s adventure retreat that is unmatched anywhere in Arizona and guaranteed to make a lasting impression. This timeless, secluded oasis is the ideal place to focus, reconnect and just be!


Double Occupancy Cabins
Surrounded by gorgeous foliage and towering trees, the warm and inviting cabin offers luxurious rustic lodging in a natural setting. The cabins feature two queen-sized beds, a wood burning fireplace, air conditioning, and the front porch looks out over the flower garden on the main lawn.

Single Occupancy Cabin
This cabin is located at the far end of the upper orchard and has front porch views of the flower and vegetable gardens, as well as red rock views down the canyon. This cabin features one king-sized bed and a full-sized pull out sofa, a wood burning fireplace, air conditioning, mini-fridge, and coffeemaker.


As a mainstay for savvy vacationers for over 70 years, Orchard Canyon represents the sophistication of an earlier age with no TV or telephones in the rooms—allowing you to enjoy the tranquil beauty and silence of the rustling Oak Creek, which runs for 1/4 mile alongside the property. Seventeen cozy cabins dot the approximate ten-acre property, which is carpeted with lush lawns, overflowing gardens and fruit orchards. It’s a place meant to unwind and relax!



Dining at Orchard Canyon has long been an element of your stay that makes it a magical experience. Dining Service includes Continental Breakfast delivered to your cabin door each morning. Our Chef-inspired farm-to-table dinner is also delivered to your cabin door each evening for you to enjoy intimately in your cabin, on the lawn areas or among the orchard.

Enjoy meals out in the courtyard, amongst the orchards, or dine in your private cabin for an intimate meal. Selection of premium mixed cocktails, import and domestic beer, and wine by the bottle selected by our Executive Chef can be purchased with dinner.


Day 1 | Arrive at Phoenix Airport (transportation will be provide) 
Arrival at airport by 10:00am
Depart airport by 11:00 (2hr drive to Sedona)

Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte Loop

Distance: 4miles Difficulty: Easy

After the hike we will head back to the Orchard Canyon and settle in your cabins. Upon our arrival at the Orchard Canyon, we will have time to settle in our cabins followed by cocktails and dinner. We will get to know one another and discuss the daily adventures and itinerary.

Day 2 | West Fork Trail

Trail Length: 7.2 miles Difficulty: Moderate

Description: There are a number of reasons why West Fork is one of the most popular trails on the Coconino National Forest. Once you’ve strolled beside the pleasant little stream that ripples along the canyon floor and looked up, way up, at the dizzying cliffs that tower above it, you will fall in love with it, too. West Fork is fantastic throughout the year. In springtime, migrating songbirds decorate the trees with flashes of brilliance. The trail itself, it’s an easy stroll, but you do have to cross the stream in a number of places. Usually, that involves negotiating a few strategically placed stepping stones or taking a couple of steps in shallow water.

3 | Devil’s Bridge and Cathedral Rock 

  • Trail Length: 4.2 miles out-and-back
  • Difficulty: Moderate (if climbing to the top of the bridge)

Devil’s Bridge is one of the most popular hiking trails in Sedona. The trailhead is easy to reach, the path is easy, and the hike itself is fairly short. You’ll see the largest natural sandstone arch in the area and get amazing views of Sedona from the top!

The first part of this Sedona hiking trail is on a dirt road/wash for 0.75-miles, and the path is easy and wide. If you have a high-clearance 4-wheel drive vehicle, you can actually drive down this road and park closer to the bridge. The incline starts gradual but slowly gets steeper as you get closer to Devil’s Bridge. At the end of the trail, there are two viewing areas for Devil’s Bridge. The first is the lower viewpoint, where you can walk to the base of the sandstone arch to look up. The second requires a bit of an uphill climb on some sandstone stairs to arrive at the top of the bridge. The trail is short but steep, and the views from the top are worth it!

Day 4 | Soldiers Pass

  • Trail Length: 4.5-miles out-and-back
  • Elevation Gain: 650 feet
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Sedona Features: Seven Sacred Pools, Sinkhole, Caves, Sedona wilderness trails Soldiers Pass is the hike to take if you want to be entertained the entire way. Really, you won’t go 15 minutes without seeing features like sinkholes, caves, pools, or epic views of the Sedona desert!This beginning part of Soldiers Pass Trail is a winding trail through trees. In the first mile of the trail, you’ll reach two trail attractions: Devil’s Kitchen Sinkhole and The Seven Sacred Pools.

Day 5 | Short hike before checkout

What’s Included

  • Rustic Cabin (private and or shared cabin accommodation 4 nights & 5 Days
  • Access to all cabin grounds – orchard, vineyard, gardens, creek and more!
  • All meals by private chef (breakfast, to-go lunches, dinners)
  • Meet n Greet welcome cocktails and appetizers
  • Best Spectacular hiking (see detailed itinerary)
  • Daily Yoga on property expansive lawns
  • Transportation to and from the airport
  • Transportation for all activities
  • Park entrance fees, permits

Not Included

  • Airfare
  • Any additional activities
  • Additional alcoholic beverages
  • Gratuity

**Please note, we always do our best to follow the set itinerary, however please know it can change occasionally based on temporary access restrictions, guest ability/injury, and or natural events that can be out of our control. DEPOSIT POLICY

Plan to fly into Phoenix, AZ. Transportation to the resort will be arranged.

Double Occupancy: $1925 (only two cabins available)
Single Occupancy: $2825 (only 1 cabin available)





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