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Welcome to Wyld Walks, I'm Holly Jo!

I believe that spending time in nature is essential for our overall wellbeing, and I'm committed to supporting others in experiencing the transformative power of the natural world. Through my work as a guide, facilitator and consultant, I strive to create safe and supportive spaces for people to explore their relationship with nature and to discover their own unique nature within.

Whether you're seeking to reconnect with the natural world in a different way, cultivate a deeper sense of self-awareness, embark on a journey of personal growth and transformation, I'm here to support you every step of the way. So, come join me on a Wyld Walk and let's embark on a journey together!


Immerse yourself in the healing power of the forest, and rediscover your true self..


Drawing on her wealth of knowledge and experience, Holly Jo has developed a unique approach to creating immersive nature and forest therapy experiences as well as providing guidance and expertise on the accessibility and therapeutic elements of publicly accessible natural and wilderness areas, trails and open-air venues. 


Holly Jo's connection to nature runs deep, and has been shaped not only by her work as a Nature & Forest Therapy Guide, but also by her fifteen year tenure as a Park Ranger and Superintendent at a regional park and wildlife refuge along Colorado's front range.  During this time, she gained a deep understanding of the natural world and the delicate balance we share in relationship to it. With this knowledge,  Holly Jo is committed to providing pathways of connection that inspire and transform and remains deeply committed to preserving and protecting our planet's biodiversity and natural spaces.


Get to Know Us

At Wyld Walks we believe in fostering a culture of inclusivity and respect for all individuals. We recognize that acknowledging the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate is imperative. We acknowledge that this land has been inhabited by Indigenous peoples since time immemorial, and we honor their enduring connection to it. By acknowledging the traditional owners, we aim to embrace the diverse histories, cultures, and contributions of Indigenous communities. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment where everyone feels valued and respected.

In addition, we are proud to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and embrace the diversity within it. We believe in creating a safe and inclusive space where individuals of all sexual orientations and gender identities can be their authentic selves. We stand with the queer community, recognizing their unique experiences, talents, and contributions. We are committed to fostering an environment that promotes equality, respect, and acceptance for all, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. 

  • What is the drive like to the camp location? What type of vehicle will I need?
    Wyld Camp will take place 15 miles, roughly 25 minutes, south of Pagosa Springs, Colorado. The last 2.5 miles of the drive is a dirt road but a 4 wheel drive is NOT needed.
  • Will there be any other groups/people around?
    No - we will be the only group onsite.
  • What physical shape do I need to be in?
    The journey will usually be no more than a half mile, and the terrain is generally gentle so it should be suitable for all levels of fitness. However please feel free to contact us if you have any concerns about accessibility or mobility issues.
  • Will I be sharing a sleeping space?
    No - each wyld camper will have their own canvas tent to themselves. The tents will be spaced so that you will feel close enough in community with other campers but not too close that you feel crowded.
  • What is the bathroom & shower situation?
    There are vaulted toilets available for use but not a shower facility. Water and wash stations will be provided. Wyld Camp is located next to a river that is ideal for swimming at anytime!
  • Will I have cell service?
    Wyld Camp is located in area that does not have cell service however Wyld Camp staff will have several methods for emergency communication if needed. Devices listed below are the types of devices staff will have if needed: - Personal locator beacons (PLBs): This satellite-synced device sends an SOS signal to rescue agencies, along with your location. - Satellite messenger: This device can also send an SOS signal; additionally, it offers communication options and a wide range of other functions.
  • Is forest bathing a form of psychological therapy or counselling?
    No, forest bathing is simply a practice that supports an individual's connection to nature and to self. Holly Jo is a certified Nature and Forest Therapy Guide, although the forest bathing experiences offered at Wyld Walks are not a therapeutic treatment intervention for mental health issues.
  • How do I register for Wyld Camp?
    You can register here!
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