2022 Soulmates: A Couples Retreat


2022 SOULMATES: A Couples Retreat

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SOULMATES: A Couples Retreat | Sept 14–18 | Lake George, CO | $4,495/couple

Couples today have so many influences working against their relationships. Strong marriages start with spiritually healthy individuals and are strengthened when couples have shared passions that draw them even closer.

Our SoulMates Retreat is designed to help couples examine the health of their individual souls, experience new practices to improve their spiritual health and connect their souls through shared experiences on the river and in the beauty of the Colorado Rockies.

Our backdrop of rivers, meadows and canyons will provide the perfect environment for participants to leave behind the day to day matters everyone deals with and take a deep dive into their souls. Connecting deeply with God and developing new practices to maintain a healthier soul and deeper relationships with God and each other.

Whether you are both experienced angler, one more experienced than the other, or both just beginning your fly fishing journey, our trip is designed to build your confidence on the river and provide a great Colorado fishing experience. Our team of guides will cater your experience to your level and specific learning goals for the trip. We’ll even share some of the benefits and challenges to becoming an avid fly fishing couple.

Abell River Ranch Private Waters

Abell River Ranch and it’s 3 miles of private river will be our primary fishing location, providing easy access, lots of fish and a great place to learn new skills. Fishing these exclusive waters is made possible through Altar Fly Fishing's friends and partners.

Our Soulmates Retreat Includes: For 4 nights/3 days we will take over the entire Mountain River Lodge in Lake George, Colorado. Each couple will enjoy private cabin accommodations. All meals, fishing gear (if needed), guide fees and tips are include. Your retreat features spiritual retreat materials and teaching sessions with Altar Champions and retreat leaders, Jim and Janine Young.