Ranger-led programs such as guided walks, campfire talks and naturalist talks make Rocky Mountain National Park a "university without walls." Field seminars & educational adventures offered by Rocky Mountain Conservancy can put you in touch with our environment and change your life.
Explore the Park, learn new skills, sharpen awareness and acquire knowledge in areas like natural history, geology, astronomy, photography, fly-fishing, snowshoeing and more. Your family will love kids programs like Nature Treasure Hunts, Campfire Ghost Stories, What's Hiding Under Water?
Take a Journey to the Top: A Trail Ridge Road Bus Adventure, or the Grand Lake Safari. New in 2014 - Escape to Bear Lake. You can relax and enjoy the views while someone else does the driving!
Current classes are listed under What's Happening This Week. Custom Adventures can be arranged!
Call 970-586-3262 to register or click on the link below.
The non-profit Rocky Mountain Conservancy supports the research and educational programs of Rocky Mountain National Park and its public land partners, and raises funds for trails and improvement projects within the Park. Field Seminars and Educational Adventures are a great way to learn, and support your Park. Visit our calendar for seminars scheduled this week/month.