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Wild Chicken Cross-Country Ski Festival for Kids!

What: Sign your kid up to join us for a day of fun and learning in the snow! We'll have cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and more. We welcome abilities of all levels. We'll lead groups on a tour which will include winter outdoor skills and some cool winter science then warm up with some hot

Snow Science & Social

Love to play in the snow? Want to learn more about winter in the San Juans? Join SJMA and Mountain Studies Institute for our special winter hike series, Snow Science & Social! Back by popular demand, these snowshoe hikes are a great opportunity to explore the snowy landscape and learn more about winter in the

Wild Chicken Cross-Country Ski Festival for Kids!

What: Sign your kid up to join us for a day of fun and learning in the snow! We'll have cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and more. We welcome abilities of all levels. We'll lead groups on a tour which will include winter outdoor skills and some cool winter science then warm up with some hot

Snow Science & Social

Love to play in the snow? Want to learn more about winter in the San Juans? Join SJMA and Mountain Studies Institute for our special winter hike series, Snow Science & Social! Back by popular demand, these snowshoe hikes are a great opportunity to explore the snowy landscape and learn more about winter in the

Full Moon Howler Snowshoe Hike

One way to beat the darkness of this time of year is to get outside and enjoy it!  While experiencing the alpine glow of the Twilight Peaks and the rise of the full moon, strap on your snowshoes and join SJMA staff for an 60-90 minute interpretive walk.  Afterwards, take in the beauty of the

Snow Caves and Improvised Shelters

Come play in the snow while learning or honing your winter survival skills in a safe environment. We’ll be learning how to build snow caves and other improvised shelters, then warming up with some hot cocoa. Recommended for ages 8-88, all skill levels. WHEN March 2, 2024 from 10am - 2pm WHERE Lobo Overlook parking

Snow Science & Social

Love to play in the snow? Want to learn more about winter in the San Juans? Join SJMA and Mountain Studies Institute for our special winter hike series, Snow Science & Social! Back by popular demand, these snowshoe hikes are a great opportunity to explore the snowy landscape and learn more about winter in the

Snow Science & Social

Love to play in the snow? Want to learn more about winter in the San Juans? Join SJMA and Mountain Studies Institute for our special winter hike series, Snow Science & Social! Back by popular demand, these snowshoe hikes are a great opportunity to explore the snowy landscape and learn more about winter in the

Bigfoot on Columbine Ranger District: Storyline of Recent History

Durango Public Library Durango, CO, United States

Is he real? Does he actually exist? SJMA presents the first ever public viewing of data demonstrating a reproducing population with insights from a former Columbine District Ranger. Mark your calendars! When: Monday, April 1, 5:30pm Where: Durango Public Library Sponsored by SJMA and SKA Brewing, keeping Bigfoot Happy!

Leave-No-Trace Training Workshop

San Juan National Forest Supervisors Office 15 Burnett Ct, Durango, CO, United States

Join SJMA for a Leave No Trace workshop! Learn how to responsibly recreate in our public lands, whether you are new to the outdoors or an experienced recreationist. Led by a Leave No Trace Certified Instructor (who also happens to be an SJMA volunteer), this workshop is not only great for volunteers, but also open

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