New Life Hiking Spa Announces the Upcoming 2014 Season Specials

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New Life Hiking Spa in Killington, Vermont will open for the 2014 season on May 15th and will run until the end of foliage season. Specials are being offered for early bookings during the month of February.

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New Life Hiking Spa in Vermont

New Life Hiking Spa was recently selected as the #7 spa in the Top 100 list of "Spas of America."

The renowned New Life Hiking Spa – America’s longest-operating hiking spa located in the lush Green Mountains of Killington, Vermont – is offering early booking specials during the month of February. New Life Hiking Spa is open seasonally mid-May through the end of September each year. The 2014 Season will run May 15 – September 26 and is currently offering vacation specials on their website

New Life Hiking Spa was founded in 1978 and the spa has grown to be one of the most recognized destination spas in North America. It was recently selected as the #7 spa in the top 100 list of “Spas of America.” New Life Hiking Spa has also been recognized as one of the top 25 pioneer spas by SpaFinder Wellness that have helped shape the spa industry as it is today.

Often referred to as one of the most affordable destination spas in North America, regular prices range from $229-$259 per night. All-inclusive packages include a deluxe room, three healthy and freshly prepared meals per day, fruits and vegetables as snacks, one guided hike each day, all fitness and yoga classes, one massage for every three-night stay, evening lectures and cooking demos.

Reservations booked during the month of February may choose between three different specials. The 11-night weight loss retreat is offered at $275 off the total stay; single occupancy for 2-10-night vacations are offered at a discount $20 off night; and double occupancy with a King bedroom is offered at $50 off per person/per night.

New Life Hiking Spa is currently taking reservations for the upcoming season. More information can be found at

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