Contact at the Cabin Presents

Randall Carlson
and Special Guest Brandon Powell, Instructor of the Wim Hof Method

6 Days, 2 states, All inclusive
(food, transport, lodging, tour fees, park entrance fees, included – ALCOHOL NOT INCLUDED)

June 13-19, 2022


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    For the past four years, Grimerica has hosted what has come to be known as Contact at the Cabin, or CaC.

    It’s a meeting of guests/podcasters/fans mingling ideas and strategies about controversial topics and ancient fables over the course of a long weekend. The Brothers of The Serpent have since joined this tradition, and Ben from UnchartedX. This year we descend into Idaho and western Montana for the second half of the tour of a lifetime. state for 6 nights and 6 days to explore the Northern Idaho mega flood evidence all the way through into Montana and surrounding areas with Randall Carlson and friends . With only 25 spots available this trip is not to be missed.

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    Sandpoint, Idaho, then Quinn’s Hot Springs, Montana, bases

    Day 1 (Mon)
    Arrivals into Spokane night before or morning of Depart Spokane Airport as a group after lunch Spokane Valley / Rathdrum Prairie / Purcell Trench. Spirit Lake / Athol macro-bedforms. Priest River at Pend Oreille River.Sandpoint base along Lake Pend Oreille.Opening overview presentation by RC, welcome party!
    Day 2: (Tue)
    McArthur Lake.Bonner’s Ferry / Moyie River. Kootenai River Falls. Libby terraces. Bull River. Cabinet Gorge Dam. Back to Sandpoint.
    Day 3: (Wed)
    Around northern Lake Pend Oreille. Clark Fork / Lightning Creek. White Pine Gravel Pit (or Dry Creek gravel pit). Noxon Reservoir / Clark Fork River fun. Thompson Falls. Eddy Narrows. Paradise Valley (Plains). Quinn’s Hot Springs.
    Day 4 (Thu)
    Flathead River / Camas Creek. Jocko River Valley. Missoula Basin / Clark Fork River. Mounts Sentinel and Jumbo. Bitterroot Basin / Bitteroot River Valley. Gravel deposits / Strandlines / Glacial valleys. Return to Quinn’s.
    Day 5 (Fri)
    National Bison Range / Ravali. Mission Valley and Mountains. Polson Moraine. Flathead River / Kerr Dam. Buffalo Basin. Flathead Lake. Big Fork dinner. Return to Quinn’s.
    Day 6: (Sat)
    Rainbow Lake.Garcon Gulch. Big Arm of Flathead Lake. Dayton Valley. Chief Cliff. Elmo Moraine / Big Draw. Little Bitterroot Valley. Camas Prairie mega ripples. Return to Quinn’s.
    Day 7:(Sun)
    Clark Fork River to St. Regis. I-90 along St Regis River back to Spokane. Other stops if time allows: Wallace / Couer d’Alene / Bowl ‘n Pitcher (Spokane River). Departures after return to Spokane Airport.

    What To Expect

    Sandpoint, Idaho

    Sandpoint’s motto is “What a beautiful pace” – and most visitors quickly learn that’s no typo. Not that Sandpoint doesn’t enjoy a beautiful natural setting; in fact, it was named the “most beautiful town in America” by USA Today and Rand McNally. It is nestled between three mountain ranges, on the shores of magnificent Lake Pend Oreille (Idaho’s largest) and at the foot of Schweitzer Mountain ski and board resort (Idaho’s biggest by area, second only to Sun Valley in skier visits). But despite all those superlatives, Sandpoint prides itself as much on “pace” as “place,” with a vibrant arts community, acclaimed culinary and dining scene, overflowing arts and entertainment calendars and an authentic-small-town, not-a-resort vibe. Combined with the wealth of outdoor activities that its lake and mountains provide, visitors can discover just about any pace they might like, in this mighty beautiful place.

    The Venue

    We have five 100% natural flow through hot springs pools offering a variety of inviting temperatures that range from 100 to 106 degrees Fahrenheit, including a cold plunge at 55 degrees. We now have two additional pools that are salt treated and maintained in the upper 90’s to 100 degrees to allow swimmers of all ages. Natural springs like these offer a range of health and heart benefits.

    Lodging Guests

    Lodging guests enjoy the pools from 7am-11pm and may enjoy the pools as early as 2pm the day of check-in and as late as 1pm the day of check-out. Lodging guests under 18 may soak from 8am-10pm. Adults only hours are from 7am-8am and 10pm-11pm.

    Day use Swimming

    Two swim session are offered daily: 9am-2pm and 1pm-6pm. Reservations are required and must be made online for all day use swimming. Use the link below to learn more and reserve space.
    We’re proud to continue the culinary traditions of the west while also pursuing the frontiers of modern flavor. Our locally sourced steaks, fresh seasonal seafood and organic produce pair perfectly with our hand-picked wine list that’s been recognized by Wine Spectator magazine.
    A casual dining experience for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Quinn’s Tavern features guest favorites such as the Buffalo Burger, Fish & Chips, Ribeye and Prime Rib. Beverages include 12 beers on tap, over 30 bottled beers, specialty cocktails and wine. Play pool, try your luck at one of our gaming machines or sit back and watch the latest sporting event.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How can I get to the venue?
    We will either pick you up at the Spokane airport, or give you the address of the Sandpoint venue prior too.
    What about accommodation?
    Accommodations are included – 2 guests per room/cabin (2 queen beds) price is per person Single Occupancy available at additional cost 750 USD
    What payment types do you accept?
    All payments are processed via PayPal, Stripe, or Check.
    Can I get a refund on my tickets?
    All tickets are technically non-refundable unless the event is canceled by us, in which case we will always make a full refund. Should you decide you can’t make it we will assist you in reselling your ticket. We have never not got someone their money back (less fees)


    All pricing Includes Taxes and Fees

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