The iconic Edge Spa at Blue Sky is a wellness sanctuary like no other. Aptly named for its dramatic location perched on the side of a dramatic precipice overlooking Alexander Creek, the Edge Spa seeks to restore guests after an enriching day exploring the great outdoors. Five treatment rooms house regionally inspired treatments and products which feature natural, bloom-to-bottle ingredients, some of which have been grown or wild-harvested on-site. Mindfulness pursuits, such as yoga and guided meditation are enjoyed in the Movement Studio or out in a remote natural alpine location , and it can be combined with an invigorating hike or horseback ride, so that guests can receive heightened health benefits. The Edge Spa boasts a serene relaxation pool overlooking Alexander Creek for guests to enjoy before or after their restorative treatments.
- Five luxurious treatment rooms overlooking Alexander Creek
- Natural products featuring wild-harvested ingredients
- Indoor and outdoor yoga and guided meditation
- Relaxation area with outdoor heated plunge pool, overlooking the creek
Featured Spa Treatments
Back in the Saddle Massage
High Whiskey Journey
Blue Sky Quencher
Mindfulness and Movement at Blue Sky
Blue Sky provides guests a plethora of opportunities to reconnect with themselves and with Mother Nature in our epic mountain setting. Whether you prefer a sunrise hike to a secluded alpine field for outdoor yoga, or a private in-room session, we cater to your individual wellness goals.
- Complimentary group yoga classes offered daily
- Private yoga
- Adventure yoga
- Yoga for corporate groups
- Heli-yoga and guided meditation
- Family yoga
- Vertical vinyasa
- Snowshoe and yoga
Blue Sky Wellness Retreat
The Edge Spa at Blue Sky is an iconic wellness retreat that invites guests to disconnect from devices and retune to nature. Stay a minimum of three nights and receive a complimentary yoga class for two or a 60-minute complimentary massage for two. Indulgent treatments provide a well-deserved pause, while mindfulness practices, such as yoga, direct attention inward, encouraging introspection and a reconnection with the breath.