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July 2017

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

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

July 24th - July 27th, 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

July 25th - July 27th, 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: Star Gazing with Riggs & Roddy

Gunnison River Canoeing: Star Gazing with Riggs & Roddy

July 28th - July 30th, 2017

Friends of Jared Riggs and Caleb Roddy are welcome on this private star gazing trip. Tito, our astronomer, makes it interesting and most of all FUN. Away from all the city lights, the wilderness night sky is unbelievably clear allowing us to gaze at the constellations, Milky Way, and maybe galaxies beyond! Colorado canoeing on the Gunnison River offers opportunities for hiking, floating in your lifejacket and camping along the river’s edge.


Colorado River Canoeing: Denver Museum, Dinosaurs

Colorado River Canoeing: Denver Museum, Dinosaurs

July 29th - July 31st, 2017

Experience fascinating rock formations from the age of the dinosaurs as you paddle your way along the Colorado River with Denver Museum educator, Samantha Sands, as your time-travel guide. Camping along the river and exploring deep box canyons on this stunning journey will inspire and exhilarate nature lovers, history buffs, and explorers alike. Open to the public.

 

August 2017

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

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

August 1st - August 3rd, 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!


Colorado River Canoeing: Geography

Colorado River Canoeing: Geography

August 3rd - August 5th, 2017

Geography Professor, Dr. James Dunn, University of Northern Colorado, will be facilitating this trip as you learn about the power of water, wind, and weathering in a western environment. Labs and field exercises will be conducted throughout the trip as appropriate. This trip is for UNC college students, alumni, and adult public.


Gunnison River Canoeing: Happy Hikers

Gunnison River Canoeing: Happy Hikers

August 4th - August 6th, 2017

Colorado canoeing on the Gunnison River will spark your sense of adventure with opportunities for hiking and exploring, 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. This is an exclusive trip for Happy Hikers.


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.


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!

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