Twice daily starting Dec. 16, 10am & 1pm
Daily starting Dec. 16, 10:30am-2:30pm
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Weave in and out of serene spruce and fir forests as you take in Aspen's majestic vistas from Richmond Ridge with a knowledgeable Naturalist on this two-hour guided snowshoe tour.
Explore spruce and fir forests along a babbling creek in the Snowmass Ski Area on this two-hour guided snowshoe tour with a Naturalist from Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES).
A must-do Aspen experience.
Drop in at the Wapiti Wildlife Center at the top of the Elk Camp lift to ski a run with a Naturalist from Aspen Center for Environmental Studies.
Are you a high school student interested in the field of environmental education.
Did you know that plants can be art too.
Are you interested in making lasting change as an Environmental leader in the field of sustainability or education.
In collaboration with the Anderson Ranch Arts Center, this workshop explores what it was like to be a naturalist exploring new continents for the first time.
Birds, insects, mammals, flowers, and trees—they all grow through their own life cycles and depend on each other for survival.
How do bees build hives.
Birds, bees, butterflies, bats and beetles—what do they all have in common.
The forest ecosystems affected by the 2018 Lake Christine Fire have many stories to tell.