Hurry! Our hiking spa season is almost complete!
New Life Hiking Spa’s 2014 Season will run through September 26th.
An Award Winning Weight Loss Spa...
Each year, people travel from around the world to New Life Hiking Spa to attend our eleven night weight loss retreats.Our 2014 season will run from May 16 - September 26.
A premier weight loss spa, New Life focuses on a mixture of hiking, yoga, a variety of other exercise and healthy eating in order to help people begin anew with a lifestyle change that will carry over once guests return to their normal daily lives.
New Life has won accolades from Health Magazine, SHAPE Magazine, and has just won a 2013 SpaFinder Wellness Reader's Choice Award for Best Weight Loss Spa.
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Affordable Spa Rates present a choice of Spa Vacation Packages:
2 to 4 night Mini Vacation is an outdoor fun, stress-reducing getaway. Enjoy the Vermont mountain scenery and fresh air as well as spa amenities.
5 to 10 night Jump Start Getaway allows you to lose weight, de-stress, and get stronger while learning new techniques to continue with a healthy lifestyle.
Weight Loss Retreat of 11 nights or longer empowers you to make realistic solid changes in your eating habits and lifestyle. Our extended program provides a safe comfortable environment where you can realize your permanent weight loss goals.
Breathe fresh Vermont air while hiking the Green Mountains of Vermont (all levels).
Enjoy tasty, healthy cuisine.
Participate in body/mind fitness classes, stress reduction and weight loss activities.
Relax with massage, facials, and yoga
All at affordable prices!
New Life Hiking Spa is a nationally recognized, affordable fitness and weight loss destination. Founded in 1978 by the director, Jimmy LeSage, M.S., New Life is one of the oldest and most established destination spa programs programs of its kind in the country catering to over 500 guests each spring through the fall season.
Our program accommodates approximately 40 guests at a time. Hiking options accommodate beginner, (along picturesque country settings) intermediate , (along the diverse terrain of the Appalachian and Long Trails) and advanced (challenges up the some of the highest peaks in Vermont) fitness levels.