Sarah Noyes

Backcountry Interpretive Guide

Sarah (she/her) grew up in Connecticut and attended The George Washington University in Washington, DC. She graduated with a major in Environmental Studies and minors in Biology and Fine Art. Sarah was the captain of GW’s sailing team and has spent many summers coaching sailing throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic. Sarah loves sharing her passion for the outdoors with others while exploring the intersection of ecology, education, and art.

In her free time Sarah enjoys swimming, skiing, hiking, biking, painting, and making soup. She has worked as an Ocean Education Intern at the National Museum of Natural History, and as a research assistant studying the effects of rising seas on wetland ecosystems of the Chesapeake Bay.

Sarah spent the past year working for Walking Mountains Science Center as both a Summer and Winter Naturalist. She is excited to live and learn in Colorado for another season with WMSC!