The Southwest offers a huge variety of options. Centered around the 4 corners, Durango, and Moab areas you can raft on the Colorado River, hike in the San Juan Mountains, visit Mesa Verde, Arches, and Canyonlands National Parks. Learn about Navajo and Anasazi lore and culture, desert ecology, mountain biking, backpacking. The possibilities are endless.
Explore the southwest by bike. From the southern Utah sandstone spires to challenging climbs in the San Juan Mountains. You will spend the day exploring the stunning surroundings by bike. With our day packs packed we will get to see unbelievable views that are off the beaten path.
Spend anywhere from a day trip hiking to a seven day backpacking trip in the exquisite mountains of Southern Colorado. You will pass stunning alpine streams and lakes, walk amongst blooming alpine flowers and keep your eyes peeled for all types of fauna, including marmots.
Experience the excitement of rafting down the Animas River. You will spend the day on the river getting to paddle, play and learn about the local history of the river from our guides.
The 4 Corners region is filled with incredible archeological sites and history. Spend the day visiting Mesa Verde National Park, known for its incredible cave dwellings. Visit the Anasazi Heritage Center to learn about the native cultures in the 4 Corners region. And stop by the Hubbell Trading Post in Ganado, Arizona. This is the oldest, continuously running, trading post in the United States.
Go rock climbing in one of the best known climbing areas in the world. We will spend the day being learning about rock climbing from professional guides.
The 4 Corners
Season: April - September
Base Price: $185/Student/Day
Start Location: TBD or Albuquerque, NM
Professional, experience guides who love working with students at a 1:6 ratio
Healthy, Organic, Tasty meals and snacks
All Outdoor Gear
Round-Trip Ground transportations beginning @ the destination airport
Pre-trip Risk Management/Orientation Call
“Through watching my students interact with nature and one another in a real way, I saw skills, talents and strengths and leaders emerge from students who tend to be silent observers in the classroom setting.”
– 6th Grade Teacher