Adventure Learning

An educational few days in the rocky mountains that your student will never forget.

Join us as we spend time in the original classroom. During this time, your students will have the opportunity for authentic outdoor fellowship, learning, and a whole lot of smile.

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Orienteering

$60

Students, accompanied by a guide, will be dropped off in the wilderness with the task of finding the checkpoints that will lead them to the goal. Armed with their wits, maps, and compasses, students will use math skills, team-work, and problem solving as they advance to the end goal.

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Rock Climbing

$80

Conquer fear, scale heights, learn to trust. Climbing is a physical and mental challenge with something to offer everyone regardless of athletic prowess.

Includes AMGA certified Single Pitch Instructors

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Hiking

$55

Join us for a day of hiking in a nearby mountain park. We’ll explore a variety of ecosystems, all of which offer unique and incredible scenery.


Expedition consistently goes above and beyond
when it comes to planning expeditions. We give them a massive wish list of everything we could hope to see for our students and they deliver Every. Single. Time. It is incredible.”
— BETSY WASHBURN DENVER DISCOVERY SCHOOL TEACHER
  •      1-3rd grade

  •      Fridays September 27, October 11, and October 18, 9:30am – 1pm

  •      Expedition to provide activity equipment and instruction 

  •      Cost: $185 for all three or:

    • $60 - Orienteering

    • $80 - Rock Climbing

    • $55 - Hiking

  •      Register by filling out the form below and we’ll send payment information.

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FAQ’S:

CAN PARENTS COME?

Parents are welcome to come and participate! Or simply drop your student off and pick them up at the designated time.  

WILL THE ADVENTURES BE DIFFICULT??

These are introductory activities designed to give everyone the chance to discover the beauty of the Rocky Mountains and talk about conservation. If students wish to be pushed, we will have the staff to accommodate and provide a more challenging experience to meet their skill level.  

HOW IS YOUR STAFF QUALIFIED?

We make sure that each of our staff is highly qualified and surpasses industry standards in both hard and soft skills. Each staff member must hold an up-to-date Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder Certification. Climbing guides hold a Single Pitch Instructor Certification, and each guide has received thorough in-house training in risk management, outdoor skills, outdoor education, group facilitation, and client care.  

WHAT IF I NEED TO CONTACT MY SON OR DAUGHTER DURING THE TRIP?

Cell phone reception is very limited at the camp so communication is only possible via a landline and only for emergencies. If there is an emergency and you need to reach your son or daughter during the trip, please call our Director of Operates at 806 676 4552.