Science Behind on the Trail
Walking Mountains’ popular ‘Science Behind’ series hits the trail! New for summer 2020, join us on a series of hikes that explore the science behind recreation, conservation, and issues local to our valley! From wildlife photography and fly fishing to how climate change impacts our lives here in the mountains—these educational hikes merge a fun, social hiking experience with hands on exploration into topics relevant to the Eagle Valley! Each month features a different hike led by a guest presenter!
All program participants must carry a mask or other face covering on them for the duration of all programs. Masks must be worn when:
- In any Walking Mountains transportation vehicles
- During the pre-hike environmental briefing
- During any group educational stops, lunch, or other times on the trail where 6 foot distance is not maintained
While hiking on the trail, hikers do not need to wear their masks as long as 6 foot social distance is maintained along the trail.
REGISTER FOR THE HIKE! Join Walking Mountains Science Center & the Front Range Pika Proect on an educational hike to Half Moon Pass in the Holy Cross Wilderness. Observe American […]