About This Center
Nestled high in the Colorado Rockies in a serene 600-acre valley surrounded by rocky peaks and pine and aspen forests, Shambhala Mountain Center provides a safe and supportive container for the teaching of paths of personal health, deepened awareness and transformation.
Offering over 100 different programs per year, taught by a remarkable array of accomplished practitioners and teachers, Shambhala Mountain Center combines the natural beauty, unspoiled wilderness, blue skies and crisp mountain air with the comforts of a modern retreat campus. Our accommodations range from fine lodge rooms with private baths to shared dormitories and economically priced seasonal tent cabins on wooded hillsides. Meals, with vegetarian options, are included.
Shambhala Mountain Center welcomes all people with inspiration, interest and curiosity about understanding the nature of self and society. We welcome you to join us and enjoy our beautiful location and warm hospitality.
Areas of focus: meditation, meditate, yoga, wisdom traditions, buddhism, buddhist
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Dan Stebbins August 18, 2014
Shambhala Mountain Center is a beautiful retreat center in the Rockies You will feel a part of nature. A fantastic staff, good food, wonderful teachers and inspiring people. I recently returned from Enlightened Society Assembly. I chose to stay in a tent but dorm style rooms are also available. Enjoy the animals; a resident moose, deer, rabbits, chipmunks, birds and more. Enjoy the flora. Enjoy yourself.
Anie Boudreau August 15, 2014
There is serious magic happening on this land! My most memorable moment was on the last night of ESA. Stepping out of the illuminated shrine tent and looking up at the night sky, seeing the super moon blessing us all with it's beauty. The moment just brought me to tears. So very tender, so very perfect, so very Shambhala. <3
Cameron Wenaus June 16, 2014
When you walk on the paths, the deer come up to you. When you arrive on the land, the kindness of the staff is palpable. When you sit to meditate, you feel so supported by the decades of practice that has taken place. Truly, this is a powerful place.
The lamps are different, but the Light is the same. Rumi