The Edge Retreat

Posted - Aug. 19, 2004 at 12:04 p.m.



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This is Fred Ball for Zions Bank, speaking on business.

Are you looking for that ideal setting for your next group event? If so, I might have the perfect solution. Eight years ago Suzanne Sullivan felt inspired to get out of the city and back into nature. She moved 25 minutes east of Strawberry Reservoir and into paradise. Suzanne calls it her special place, and it's easy to see why. The canyon setting is virtually untouched, and the beauty is irresistible.

Suzanne started developing her property seven years ago, and today she has built an all-inclusive retreat, complete with private rooms, a bunkhouse, a hot tub, teepees, a conference room and a gourmet kitchen. Suzanne appropriately named it The Edge Retreat, as it sits atop a 100-foot rock cliff overlooking the Strawberry River.

Suzanne set out to create a perfect setting for group retreats that require a sense of privacy, such as workshops, weddings, family reunions and business retreats. The Edge gives groups exclusive use of its facilities, so you don't have to worry about interruptions. When The Edge is not booked for a group, Suzanne opens it to those individuals who just want to get away.

Suzanne tells me the retreat is a popular place for groups that want to spend quality time together in a magical canyon setting. Whether you prefer excellent fly-fishing, boating on the Starvation or Strawberry reservoirs, hiking for arrowheads or a dip in a secret swimming hole, this place has a lot to offer.

Suzanne loves seeing the expressions people have when they see the retreat for the first time. She says people are usually surprised that such an amazing place exists in such a remote area. The landscape is breathtaking and combines the majestic rock walls with the winding of the Strawberry River. The night sky is crystal clear and perfect for star gazing and circling around the bonfire. It does sound like paradise.

For Zions Bank, I'm Fred Ball. I'm speaking on business.

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