• “I cannot thank you enough for such an amazing day in Rocky Mountain National Park. The education, support, and care you provided for us was truly first rate.”

    Katherine
    from Florida
  • “We had a fabulous road bike tour around Boulder. It was such a great tour and was perfect for us! Please tell Justin how great of job he did! He was just wonderful, patient, thoughtful, safe, and super accommodating.”

    Jeff
    from Nebraska
  • “We had a lot of snow, wow! Joshua we thank our lucky stars we were will you, you had extra gear that kept us warm and the hot cidar was over the top. The wind was biting, but the scenery, solitude and wildlife was breathtaking. Your guidance, support and education was the best service we have ever had. Thank you again for all the time on the phone and e-mails before our trip, we really felt knowledgable about what we were getting into. We can not wait to see you next year.”

    Susan
    from Georgia
  • “The hiking times and desriptions could not be any more perfect! Wow, what a day! Now I can imagine how hardy the first people that traveled through these mountains were. You gave me an experience I could never have found in a blog, website, or guidebook. I am so excited to incoporate the history of the West into my curriculum for my students.”

    Jane
    from New York
  • “We had a tour that rivaled the best tours we have been on around the world. The scenery, history, and education was truely splendid.”

    Amil
    from India
  • “What a rocking 2 days of biking and hiking, the coolest and most challenging stuff I have ever done. The routes and guiding was the best!”

    Lawrence from California

Transcending Lives Through Experiential Adventures:

Native American History of Rocky Mountain National Park

  When most people think of the history of Rocky Mountain National Park and its surrounding areas, they automatically think of the Gold Rush and the legendary names of Enos Mills and Joel Estes. But long before the first eastern explorers arrived, Native Americans were traversing the area’s mountainous terrain and subsisting off the local […]

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Risk Management in the Outdoors

As an individual who has spent much of my life recreating in and living near natural areas, risk management has been an [almost] invisible component of my whole life. Before, during, and after an outdoor experience, I am constantly assessing, and re-assessing my level of risk. These small, but necessary assessments have allowed me to […]

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Antidote for Nature Deficit Disorder

Journalist and author Richard Louv, in his book “Last Child in the Woods,” coined the term Nature Deficit Disorder to describe the psychological, physical, and cognitive costs of human alienation from Nature. As human beings we evolved within Nature, as a part of the whole wild ecosystem, with all of Nature shaping our senses, our […]

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Making the Outdoors a More Inclusive Place

In the spring of 2016, I was a freshly-minted college graduate of Northern Michigan University. This lesser-known school sits on the shores of Lake Superior, surrounded by wilderness in every direction. I was feeling a bit sorry for myself, having to graduate and “grow up,” so I put it off by applying to be a […]

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Best Sightseeing In and Around Denver

Denver is one of the fastest growing cities in the country, and for good reason. Set against the iconic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, the Mile High City boasts a number of places to enjoy Colorado’s incredible natural beauty and unique culture. Whether you’re looking to experience Denver’s exciting urbanscape or get your boots dirty […]

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