20 Years of Adventure

Celebrating our 20th anniversary at red mountain resort

Red Mountain is celebrating our 20th anniversary and you're invited. Explore this list of our best resort experiences as complied by guests, staff, and locals.


Hiking: Hit the trail

Our guests have hiked over a million miles in the past 20 years in Snow Canyon alone.  No matter what level of hiking you choose, you can count on our guides to make a hike fun, relaxed and informational. Sure, 20 years ago we didn’t stop for a selfies, but our guides have always known where to capture the most epic shots.

Sign up for a Hiking excursion, or any Outdoor activity.

Spa treatments

Spa Treatment: Red Mountain Revitalizer

Over the last 20 years our treatment menu as Sagestone Spa & Salon has grown. But one has remained popular with almost all our guests — the Red Mountain Revitalizer. This signature 75-minute treatment starts with a skin softening prickly pear sugar scrub. Then 7 showerheads worth of warm water cascades down to melt away stress as you experience the relaxation of a full body massage. A restorative scalp and facial massage complete this ultimate body treatment to nurture, relax and renew you.

Explore all the ways you can indulge in relaxation at Sagestone Spa & Salon.

Chocolate chip cookies

Canyon Breeze: A dessert well earned

With Chef Chad Luethje’s consciously planned entrée portions, dessert is always an option. Throughout the years our baker, Lynnette Beck, has poured love into her creations, especially her always in demand chocolate chip cookies. Here is the recipe to make them at home.

Lynnette’s Chocolate Chip Cookies


  • Unbleached Flour: 2¼ cups 
  • Baking Soda: 1 teaspoon 
  • Kosher Salt: 1 teaspoon 
  • Canola Oil: 1 ½ cups 
  • Brown Sugar: 3/4 cups 
  • Organic Sugar: 3/4 cups 
  • Vanilla Extract: 1 teaspoon 
  • Eggs, well beaten: 2 eggs 
  • Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips: 2 cups
  • Pecans, chopped: 1 cup

Recipe Nutrient Analysis

Single Serving
Calories: 114; Carbohydrates: 11g; Protein: 1g; Fat: 8g; Fiber: 1g


  1. ‍Preheat oven to 375°F
  2. In a mixing bowl, combine flour, baking soda and salt; set aside
  3. In a mixer, beat together butter, sugar, and vanilla extract until creamy
  4. Beat in eggs
  5. Gradually beat in flour mixture
  6. Stir in chocolate chips and nuts
  7. Roll into small balls and flatten slightly onto ungreased cookie sheets
  8. Bake 9 to 11 minutes until edges are golden brown
  9. Let stand on cookie sheets for 2 minutes
  10. Remove from cookie sheets and allow to cool

For more of our delicious, healthy recipes check our our Inspired Eating cookbook. Available in the gift shop or for online order.

Drum Fitness

Fitness Class: Drums Alive®

This unforgettable fitness class has a history that originated out of necessity. Carrie Ekins, the originator of the program, suffered a devastating hip injury. To keep moving and have fun, she began to drum on boxes, and unexpectedly experienced the euphoria that drumming produces, both aerobically and mentally.

Not only will you have a blast in our Drums Alive® class, the rhythmic patterns helps the brain generate enhanced Alpha waves that synchronize the hemispheres, improving your neurological well being – making this can’t-miss class, a complete mind/body experience.

To schedule a Drums Alive session or check out all our Fitness Classes.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park

Our guides have led thousands of guests through Utah’s first National Park. No matter what the season, Zion is a breathtaking testament to the power of Mother Nature. Whether you have conquered Walters Wiggles to ascend the towering heights of Angels Landing, or waded along the cool waters of the Virgin Narrows, a trip to Zion holds something new every time.

Work with your Adventure Concierge to book a day trip to Zion, or explore our Zion Adventure Retreat.


The Labyrinth at Red Mountain

A group of our hiking guides volunteered to place each stone that lines the path of the spiral. The stones are Arizona River rock, smoothed by eons of running water. The stones represent water and its cleansing energy. The spiral shape of the labyrinth is a powerful symbol in Native American culture, symbolizing evolution, the never-ending cycle of growth, change, and eternal life.

Visit the Welcome Pavilion to start your journey down the Inspiration Trail that leads to the Labyrinth.