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