Rocky Mountain National Park: a unique classroom without walls
The Rocky Mountain Conservancy Field Institute program is committed to educating the public through an atmosphere of personal engagement with talented instructors who will expose you to the grandeur of the Rockies like never before.
Most classes are field-based, hands-on learning experiences in Rocky Mountain National Park. A wide range of topics are available, including wildflowers, mammals, birds, cultural history, outdoor skills, photography, painting and writing. Many of our classes fill up, so register early!
Most classes and tours can be customized for a family or group. Call 970-586-3262 for more information.
Using a GPS unit, discover the natural treasures of the Hidden Valley area. Follow the clues left in nature to uncover the hidden mysteries located in this subalpine ecosystem. This class is designed for children who want to spend time in Rocky Mountain National Park learning about nature while enjoying the adventure and fun of […]
Rocky Mountain National Park contains breathtaking scenery, abundant wildlife viewing, and opportunities to connect with the past along Trail Ridge Road, the awe-inspiring byway across the Continental Divide. Participants will receive a unique overview of the park’s history, flora, fauna and geology while viewing landscapes from the comfort of a 14–passenger mini–bus or 12–passenger van. […]
In this creative series, students can unleash their creative potentials through various art forms including painting, sketching, and crafting. These artistic activities will allow students to see the world through a new lens and discover that Nature is truly an artist. Each day will focus on a different art medium, offering a new perspective and […]
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