[See also: Aman Launches All-Natural Wellness Brand: SVA]
The new stairway is conjoined with the resort’s existing Cave Peak Via Ferrata trail / ©Aman
The Amangiri resort occupies 600 acres of a protected Utah valley / ©Aman
Amangiri’s latest installation joins the destination’s host of other guest experiences, including a number of other Via Ferrata trails – a centuries-old name for a mountain route supported by metal rungs, that was originally developed in the Italian Alps. The routes are designed to support varying levels of expertise and age groups and are each led by an expert guide.
For a less adrenaline-inducing way to experience the Utah landscape and discover the vibrant history and cultures of its native peoples, Amangiri also offers e-bike tours, horseback riding expeditions and Navajo-guided walking trails, as well as unforgettable sunrise and sunset hot air balloon flights. All of Aman’s experiences are designed to respect the natural environment while simultaneously sharing the variety of its beauty with guests.
Amangiri’s extensive menu of outdoor activities is complemented by a comprehensive variety of spa and wellness treatments, all delivered in its 25,000-sq-ft spa which overlooks the tranquility of the desert. Here, guests can enjoy a range of signature Aman therapies, as well as a number of treatments inspired by the traditional healing techniques of the Navajo people which draw on the four elements of earth, wind, fire and water.
Unforgettable sunrise and sunset hot air balloon flights are available at Amangiri / ©Aman
Amangiri suites from $3,500 per night.