Yampatika

925 Weiss Dr.

 Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

To Schedule: Call 970-871-9151 or e-mail kellie@yampatika.org

FIELD TRIPS

Field trips can be done throughout the year and held at a park, open space, or public lands close to a school. Field trips are also welcome at the Environmental Learning Center at Legacy Ranch in Steamboat Springs. Options include hiking or snowshoe programs focusing on a wide variety of topics and connect directly to the Colorado Academic Standards Field trips are often 1.5 hours in length though can vary between 1-4 hours.

 

Field Trip Sites include:

• Yampatika’s Environmental Learning Center at Legacy Ranch

• State Parks & Wildlife Areas, including: Chuck Lewis, Stagecoach Lake, Steamboat Lake State Park, Pearl Lake, & Yampa River State Parks.

• Locations throughout Medicine Bow – Routt National Forests, including: Dry Lake, Dumont Lake, Fish Creek Falls, Windy Ridge, Mad Creek, and Buffalo Pass.

• City Parks and Open Spaces, including: Yampa River Core Trail, Yampa River Botanic Park, Emerald Mountain, and Howelsen Hill.

• The Nature Conservancy’s Carpenter Ranch in Hayden; and, Cedar Mountain in Moffat County

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IN-CLASS PROGRAMS

School programs are focused on increasing environmental literacy in students through hands-on and interactive activities. The lessons are standards based and can be catered to what teachers are covering in their own lessons and can be impactful ways to introduce or reinforce concepts. Classroom lessons are typically between 1-1.5 hours.

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