The Rocky Mountain Conservancy-Field Institute offers a wide range of scheduled learning adventures for all ages. From hiking to bus tours, our premier educational experiences have something to offer for everyone. Can’t take a class or tour on a day that we have scheduled? The Rocky Mountain Conservancy-Field Institute offers a variety of classes and tours at your convenience, based on days you have available to explore. Flexible scheduling is available for most classes and tours, so check out the list of options below for ideas about customizing your educational experience. Call us at 970-586-3262 to book your adventure!
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Enjoy a custom tour of Rocky Mountain National Park from the comfort of your own vehicle!The Rocky Mountain Conservancy will provide a naturalist guide to meet your vehicle at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center or the Fall River Visitor Center. Let us tailor a program just for your group. Instructor: TBD Cost: $240 (Up to 4 hours) $360 (4-8 hours) Call 970-586-3262 to arrange your custom adventure!Find out more »
Select from a variety of educational opportunities including geocaching, hiking with a naturalist, bus tours and photography. These half- to full-day seminars are designed to introduce youth, families and other groups to the wonders of nature through guided discovery. You select the day and the topic, and we will provide a morning of exploration and learning. Instructor: TBDFind out more »
$300 for up to 4 people, $50 per each additional adult and $25 per each additional child ages 12 and under Various Instructors Winter in Rocky is an amazing place to visit as elk and deer graze along the road, and snow-capped peaks rise majestically in the distance. Join a naturalist guide on a trip through the park in wintertime. From the comfort of a heated 14-passenger bus or 12-passenger van, guests can experience the serenity of areas such as…Find out more »
$125 per person (minimum: 2 people) Instructor: Dr. Tom Adams Enjoy customized stream ecology and fly-fishing classes designed to match both your level of experience and preferred level of physical activity. Find solitude within a half-mile of popular trailheads, or hike deep into the backcountry to access remote lakes and streams. Discuss aquatic insect life cycles, how to match the natural hatch with artificial fly selection, streamside stealth, casting techniques and ethics for preserving Rocky’s pristine stream ecology. Call 970-586-3262 to…Find out more »