Daily
6/14/2014 - 9/01/2014
Daily
6/14/2014 - 9/01/2014
Daily
6/21/2014 - 9/01/2014
Daily
6/21/2014 - 9/01/2014

Maroon Bells Programs

10:15am AND 1:15pm Crater Lake Hike

3.6 miles round trip, 500 ft. elevation gain
Join a naturalist for a one-way hike to Crater Lake. This one-hour hike focuses on the flora, fauna, and geology along the trail.

10:15am AND 1:15pm Landmarks in Time Walk
Walk along Maroon Lake for 45 minutes with a naturalist. Investigate the history of this geologic wonder and ecological paradise.
 
All programs meet at the Maroon Information Center (MIC) at Maroon Lake
Courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service
Daily, free
6/16/2012 - 9/03/2012
Rebecca Weiss
9/02/2014
Rebecca Weiss
9/09/2014
Parent & Child nature series
Best suited for ages 1-4
9/15/2014 - 12/08/2014
Rebecca Weiss
9/23/2014
Rebecca Weiss
9/30/2014
Wildflowers on Aspen Mountain

Aspen Mountain Walk

Ride the gondola to the summit of Aspen Mountain and enjoy a naturalist-guided walk surrounded by inspiring views. These 45-minutes-walks are offered EVERY HOUR between 11 am and 3 pm.

No reservations necessary. Courtesy of the Aspen Skiing Company with the purchase of a gondola pass.

Meet every day atop of Aspen Mountain at the ACES Information Station.
11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm
Daily, Free

6/16/2012 - 9/03/2012
SUMMER: Mon-Sun, 9AM-5PM
Tel: 970.925.9157
Fax: 970.925.4819
toklat@aspennature.org
11247 Castle Creek Road
Aspen, CO 81611

SUMMER: Mon - Fri, 9PM - 5PM
Sat 9AM -1PM
Tel: 970.927.6760
Fax: 970.927.6703
rockbottom@aspennature.org
2001 Hooks Spur Road

Basalt, CO 81621

SUMMER: Mon - Sat, 9AM - 5PM
Tel: 970.925.5756
Fax: 970.925.4819
aces@aspennature.org
100 Puppy Smith Street
Aspen, CO 81611

RBR News | August 22, 2014

Posted in Ranch Report

Around the Ranch


Jessica Catto Leadership Dialogue | Rick Bass

Renowned Wilderness author and advocate, Rick Bass, will deliver the keynote speech at the Maroon Bells Birthday Bash. Tickets and more information available at www.maroonbells50.org.

"Bass was born in Fort Worth, Texas, the son of a geologist, and he studied petroleum geology at Utah State University. He grew up in Houston, and started writing short stories on his lunch breaks while working as a petroleum geologist in Jackson, Mississippi. In 1987, he moved with his wife, the artist Elizabeth Hughes Bass, to the remote Yaak Valley, where he works to protect his adopted home from roads and logging. Rick serves on the board of both the Yaak Valley Forest Council and Round River Conservation Studies. In 2011 Rick moved from the Yaak area of Montana to Missoula, Montana. He continues to give readings, write, and teach around the country and world. He lives in Montana with his family." rickbass.net

Thank you to Aspen Writers' Foundation for their partnership bringing Rick Bass to Aspen.

8/02/2014

5:30PM
Base of Aspen Highlands

Green Drinks at Hallam Lake

Join ACES and the City of Aspen for a Hallam Lake edition of Aspen's Green Drinks. Meet community members interested in environmental issues, explore the Hallam Lake nature preserve, and enjoy snacks and libations courtesy of ACES and the City of Aspen ZGreen program.

Free Members
Free Non Members
9/17/2014

5PM - 7PM
Hallam Lake

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First Name: 
maura
Last Name: 
michaela
Address Type: 
Physical
Address 1: 
caoimhin
City: 
julie
State: 
aine
Zip: 
eve
Address Change: 
This is an alternate address or temporary change.

RBR News | August 15, 2014

Posted in Ranch Report

Around the Ranch
This week we hosted one of the most exciting events of the year at Rock Bottom Ranch – the first ever Family Farm Feast with Savour the Mountains and the Oppenheim family. This event was a celebration of local food, healthy eating, and family. We searched the Roaring Fork and North Fork Valleys for the best local food products to bring together for an evening focused on teaching the whole family about where our food come from. 


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