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August 2017

Gunnison River Canoeing: Nature's Adaptations -- River to Desert with Denver Botanic Gardens

Gunnison River Canoeing: Nature's Adaptations -- River to Desert with Denver Botanic Gardens

August 4th - August 6th, 2017

While canoeing, camping, and hiking along the scenic waters of the Gunnison River, learn, explore and create. We’ll investigate the natural environment of the river and desert and learn how human, plant, and animal life in these special areas have adapted to this unique environment. We may spot some rare plants, create arts & crafts with plants or sample some edible plants. Partnered with Denver Botanic Gardens this trip is open to the public.


Colorado River Canoeing

Colorado River Canoeing

August 5th - August 7th, 2017

This river section features majestic walls of red sandstone and offers some of the best canoeing in Colorado. You’ll be amazed at stands of shiny granite sculpted by water through the ages while paddling or floating in your life jacket past the remnants of ancient metamorphic rock, called Black Rock.


San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Eagles & Orcas

San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Eagles & Orcas

August 7th - August 10th, 2017

Our three-quarter sea kayak circumnavigation of San Juan Island affords participants a chance to kayak among the many small, uninhabited islands that “ring” San Juan Island. You’ll have opportunities to see Orca whales and other large marine mammals. With sublime views of Mt. Baker and the Olympic Mountains this trip is a Northwest classic!


San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Eagles & Orcas

San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Eagles & Orcas

August 8th - August 10th, 2017

With over 200 rocky, forested islands to explore, the San Juan Archipelago is a superb kayak destination. You’ll experience the fun of paddling and camping on remote islands accessible only by boat! These pristine waters are host to over 80 resident orca whales plus minke whales, harbor and Dall's porpoises, harbor seals, river otters and a variety of bird life. With sublime views of Mt. Baker and the Olympic Mountains this trip is a Northwest classic!


Gunnison River Canoeing (Upper Section): Denver Museum Geology & Archaeology

Gunnison River Canoeing (Upper Section): Denver Museum Geology & Archaeology

August 9th - August 13th, 2017

Join Denver Museum facilitator, Bob Raynolds, on this scenic 60-mile river section. Canoe through 7-miles of the beautiful Gunnison Gorge, just east of Delta, CO, and on through the Escalante Wildlife Refuge and into the majestic sandstone canyons of the Colorado Plateau which includes the famous Dominguez Canyon Wilderness Area with petroglyphs, wildlife, waterfalls and hiking. On the way visit a 13,000 year old archaeological site. Open to the public.


Colorado River Canoeing: Geology for Fun! Colorado Mountain Club & Public

Colorado River Canoeing: Geology for Fun! Colorado Mountain Club & Public

August 11th - August 13th, 2017

This river section features majestic walls of red sandstone and offers some of the best canoeing in Colorado. You’ll be amazed at stands of shiny granite sculpted by water through the ages while paddling or floating in your life jacket past the remnants of ancient metamorphic rock, called Black Rock. Hiking in the canyons will transport you back in time. There will be a geologist on board to answer questions and point out interesting phenomena.


Gunnison River Canoeing: Roxy Oberding & Friends

Gunnison River Canoeing: Roxy Oberding & Friends

August 11th - August 13th, 2017

Private trip for "Roxy Oberding & Friends" Colorado canoeing on the Gunnison River will spark your sense of adventure with opportunities for hiking and exploring in one of Colorado's newest Wilderness Areas, Dominguez Canyon, floating in your lifejacket and camping along the river’s edge. During this Colorado canoe trip, you will be dwarfed by high walls of red sandstone and shale deposited during the age of the dinosaurs.


San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Eagles & Orcas

San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Eagles & Orcas

August 14th - August 17th, 2017

Our three-quarter sea kayak circumnavigation of San Juan Island affords participants a chance to kayak among the many small, uninhabited islands that “ring” San Juan Island. You’ll have opportunities to see Orca whales and other large marine mammals. With sublime views of Mt. Baker and the Olympic Mountains this trip is a Northwest classic!


San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Oberlin Alumni

San Juan Islands, WA, Sea Kayaking: Oberlin Alumni

August 14th - August 16th, 2017

Join Oberlin alumni & friends on this educational adventure. With over 200 rocky, forested islands to explore, the San Juan Archipelago is a superb kayak destination. You’ll experience the fun of paddling and camping on remote islands accessible only by boat! These pristine waters are host to over 80 resident orca whales plus minke whales, harbor and Dall's porpoises, harbor seals, river otters and a variety of bird life.

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