June 21-24, 2018
Bondville, VT US
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Wanderlust 108 Twin Cities
June 30, 2018
Harriet Island Park, MN
Wanderlust 108 Denver
July 14, 2018
Great Lawn Park, CO
July 19-22, 2018
North Lake Tahoe, CA US
Wanderlust 108 Calgary
August 11, 2018
Fort Calgary, AB
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Wanderlust 108 Portland
Willamette Park, OR
Wanderlust 108 Boston (Saturday)
August 18, 2018
DCR Hatch Memorial Shell, MA
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Wanderlust 108 Boston (Sunday)
August 19, 2018
Wanderlust 108 Brooklyn
September 9, 2018
The Nethermead at Prospect Park, NY
Wanderlust 108 Toronto
September 15, 2018
Wanderlust 108 Philadelphia
September 22, 2018
The Navy Yard Marine Parade Grounds, PA
Wanderlust 108 Washington, DC
September 29, 2018
August 2-5, 2018
Whistler, BC CA
August 23-26, 2018
Mont Tremblant, QC CA
Wellspring is a first-of-its-kind wellness gathering featuring the world’s leading innovators, teachers and socially-conscious companies. For 3 days, get away to Palm Springs and discover what will make you, and the world, well.
October 26-28, 2018
Downtown Palm Springs, CA US
Wanderlust Squaw Valley takes place in the Sierra Mountains of North Lake Tahoe, home of the world-famous ski resort, Squaw Valley. The site of the 1960 Winter Olympics, Squaw Valley boasts a cable car, an Olympic-sized pool at 6,200 ft., spas, restaurants, hiking, horseback riding, and more. Summers are dry and mild, with cool mornings typically giving way to day temperatures in the 70s or 80s.
Wanderlust Squaw Valley
1960 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, CA 96146
Need an affordable and easy way to get to Wanderlust Squaw Valley? Bus.com is offering Wanderlust attendees shuttle tickets starting at $52 round trip.
Book your seat on the WanderBus
A. San Francisco > Oakland > Sacramento > Squaw Valley
B. Reno > Squaw Valley
From Sacramento (About 2 hours):
From San Francisco (About 3 hours):
Parking is available at Squaw Valley USA and is free for all Wanderlust ticketholders.
The Amtrak California Zephyr train makes daily stops in nearby Truckee, CA, and offers easy connections to and from San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento and Reno. Click here to get the latest schedule. Once you arrive at the train station in Truckee, you may still need to arrange transportation to Wanderlust, which is about 11 miles away. Tahoe Area Regional Transit (TART) has service running several times daily or you can take a taxi, such as Tahoe Taxi.
If you’re coming from out of state, you can fly into one of four international airports. The closest are Reno (RNO) and Sacramento (SMF), but both Oakland (OAK) and San Francisco (SFO) are options as well.
Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO):
Reno-Tahoe International Airport is conveniently located 42 miles from Wanderlust. The airport is along the I-80 and US-395 interchange. The airport is served by major carriers with non-stop flights from most major US destinations. North Lake Tahoe Express offers affordable daily VIP Airport Service from 3:30am until Midnight to the North Lake Tahoe and Truckee region and from the Reno/Tahoe International Airport. Travel time to & from Reno Airport is approx 1 to 1.5 hours without any unexpected delays, depending on stop location. Click here to find out the schedule and to book now!
Sacramento International Airport (SMF):
The Sacramento International Airport is 96 miles from Wanderlust (about a 2 hour drive). Service is available from 13 major carriers with many non-stop flights from most major US destinations. The most convenient way to get from the airport to Wanderlust is to book your own rental car. But for those on a budget, Amtrak and Greyhound are great alternatives.
Oakland International Airport (OAK):
Oakland International Airport is another option for flying to Wanderlust. The airport is 200 miles from the festival (about a 3 hour drive). A rental car can be easily booked at the airport, but for those on a budget Amtrak and Greyhound provide daily services from Oakland to Truckee.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO):
San Francisco International Airport is 206 miles from Wanderlust (about a 3 hour drive). The airport is served by all major carriers and can be reached by all major US destinations. Booking a rental car is the most convenient way to get to the festival, but trains and buses run daily to Truckee, CA from San Francisco.
Free Resort Shuttle
If you’re staying at the Resort at Squaw Creek in the lower Valley, there is a free shuttle between the main festival grounds and the resort. The shuttle operates daily between 7AM and Midnight. It’s also close enough to walk. Shuttle Phone: 530.583.6300 Pick -Up Locations: Cable car roundabout, near Starbucks. Runs every :15 and:45 minutes past the hour
TART: Tahoe Area Regional Transit
TART operates along 30 miles of Lake Tahoe shoreline and includes a shuttle between Tahoe City and Truckee via Hwy. 89. TART connects with Truckee Transit, Greyhound & Amtrak at the Truckee Depot. Buses stop at TART signs on the side of the road in direction of travel.
PHONE: 530.550.1212 or 800.736.6365
Pick -Up Locations: Outside of 22 Station East
Schedule: Please visit TART’s schedule here
Prices: Adult one way-$1.75, Senior/Youth (6-12) one way-$0.85, Children under 5 ride FREE. Multi fare discounts available.
Download the Wanderlust app for iPhone or Android for important event details, maps, your schedule, ticketing information, and more.
Remember, free Wi-Fi is available in specific spots throughout Squaw Valley, but cell service may be limited.
Wanderlust partners with some of the finest properties in Squaw Valley to offer attendees premium lodging options at special rates.
The Village at Squaw Valley features a wide variety of lodging options throughout the Village, ranging from standard hotel rooms to three-bedroom suites, each offered at an affordable rate. The Village at Squaw Valley offers amenities including: daily housekeeping, whirlpool spas and dry saunas, outdoor hot tubs, a billiards lounge, full service day spa, and complimentary heated underground parking.
Enjoy a true mountainside location just steps from dining and festival activities, yoga and music sites. The Lodge offers spacious and well-appointed condominiums that blend the comforts of home with the finest of hotel amenities and services. Unwind in our complimentary swimming pool, health club with sauna, steam room, complete exercise facility, and three indoor and three outdoor spas.
Tucked at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in North Lake Tahoe California, just steps away from the legendary ski lifts of Squaw Valley, PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn was built as the home for the 1960 Winter Olympic delegation. Comfortable and casually elegant, our Lake Tahoe mountain escape offers an intimate resort experience, complete with fine dining and an attentive staff that’s dedicated to making your stay everything you dreamed of. PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn, near Lake Tahoe’s north shore, offers more than just a getaway, but a true experience.
Nestled at the foot of the mountain near the Alpine Village, Red Wolf Lodge at Squaw Valley is the perfect home base for all your Wanderlust adventures. In the morning, enjoy breakfast in the comfort of your condo appointed with a full kitchen. In the evening, relax in one of three outdoor spas, or give your body a little TLC in the dry sauna before falling asleep in your cozy bed. Their friendly staff is here to welcome you.
The Resort at Squaw Creek within 3 miles of the Village offers luxurious accommodations with grand picture windows that reveal sweeping views of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, ancient ponderosa forests, and lush meadowlands.
To complement the spectacular outdoor environment, each room and suite presents muted tones and rich textures, which create an inviting ambiance that helps you feel at home in the heart of the Sierra.
Camping at High Camp is available. Purchase your spot below!
Please note: there has been a change in the parking policy. Cars and SUVs that are parked overnight for High Camp campers are not affected, however, overnight parking for RV vehicles and car campers is no longer allowed on Squaw Valley or Alpine Meadow property. Please see: Getting Around & Parking on the Squaw Valley website for more information. For suggested RV and car-camper sites, see below!
Please note: Overnight parking for RVs, and vehicular-sleeping accommodations like vans, and trailers is no longer allowed on Squaw Valley or Alpine Meadow property.
Local RV Parking Options:
Coachland RV Park (starting at $60 per night)
Silver Creek Campgrounds ($16-$30 per night)
Goose Meadow Campgrounds ($22 per night)
William Kent Campground ($30-$78 per night)
Tahoe State Recreation Area ($35 per night)
If you need more details on how to edit the name and email address on a ticket please click here.
Once you’ve found a buyer, you can edit the ticket information to update the name and email address with the new attendees information. You can also fill out a ticket here with the Eventbrite order number, name/email of the new attendee and we will edit the ticket.
Once the ticket has been edited, a confirmation email will be sent to the new email address along with an instructional email from Sched.org with directions on how to log in a create a schedule.
Standup Paddleboard Yoga classes are available to schedule with the purchase of an additional ticket. Please note; SUP Yoga tickets are not designated by day and once you’ve purchased a ticket, you may select the day/time of the SUP class you would like to take in sched.org.
AiReal Yoga classes are available to schedule with the purchase of an additional ticket. Please note; AiReal tickets are not designated by day and once you’ve purchased a ticket, you may select the day/time of the class you would like to take in sched.org.
Lodging, food and travel are not included with the purchase of a Wanderlust ticket.
From organic beauty products to locally designed clothing and apparel, the Kula Market seeks artisans, jewelry makers, and designers, to share their unique products and services with the Wanderlust community.
For more information on vending at Wanderlust, visit the website here.
If you would like to apply to present at one of our festivals please fill out the contact form here. Underneath ‘Interested in working together?’, click ‘Fill out form below’ and fill out form. In the ‘Department’ drop-down menu please select ‘Teacher Submissions’.
Camping is an additional purchase on top of the Wanderlust day ticket and you must check in at the Compass upon arrival in order to gain access to the camp grounds.
You are responsible for bringing all the camping supplies that you need. Please check the festival FAQ here for site specific camping information.
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