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Rocky Mountain National Park

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Straddles the Continental Divide with 76 mountains more than two miles high within the park's 412 square miles of scenic beauty. Trail Ridge Road, which cuts through the park, is the world's highest continuous highway. Visit our Website for directions and more information

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Feb 25, 2018

  • Image Feb 25, 2018
  • Image 1895 Fall River Rd, Estes Park, CO 80517
  • Image From: 09:00 AM to 01:00 PM
  • Image $10 per adult; kids 13 and under FREE

Discover the serene beauty of RMNP in the wintertime on this four-hour snowshoe hike. This fun and educational program will lead you through snow-covered pine, spruce, and fir trees to learn how plants and animals survive wintertime using...

Winter Ecology: A Snowshoeing Trek for Kids & Families <p>Discover the serene beauty of RMNP in the wintertime on this four-hour snowshoe hike. This fun and educational program will lead you through snow-covered pine, spruce, and fir trees to learn how plants and animals survive wintertime using their unique adaptations and keen survival skills. Also, learn more about the properties of snow and how it can help the inhabitants of an area survive the long winter months. <br /><br />Advanced registration required!</p> 1895 Fall River Rd Estes Park, CO America/North_Dakota/Center

Feb 25, 2018

  • Image Feb 25, 2018
  • Image 1895 Fall River Rd, Estes Park, CO 80517
  • Image From: 08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
  • Image $80 per adult 16 and older

Coyotes are some of the country’s most successful and resourceful predators. Often misunderstood and maligned, coyotes have a profound impact on our everyday life. Explore the country’s second largest canine’s natural history, Native...

Coyotes: The Song Dogs of the West <p>Coyotes are some of the country’s most successful and resourceful predators. Often misunderstood and maligned, coyotes have a profound impact on our everyday life. Explore the country’s second largest canine’s natural history, Native American stories, discovery by Lewis and Clark, and expansion to the east. We will look at the coyote’s anatomy and biology to examine why it’s one of the most common predators in the United States. We will go into Rocky Mountain National Park to study coyote habitat, social structure, and interactions with the ecosystem, prey, and mankind. We will also learn how wolves could impact our coyotes in the future.<br /><br />Advanced registration required!</p> 1895 Fall River Rd Estes Park, CO America/North_Dakota/Center

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