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Rocky Mountain Field Seminars

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Thanks for your patience as we make this transition - hopefully very soon!

 --Rocky Mountain Conservancy Staff

Rocky Mountain National Park serves as a premier classroom without walls on the crest of the continent, encompassing montane meadows and alpine tundra, rising from trout-filled streams and glacier-carved valleys to the summit of Longs Peak at 14,259 feet.

The Rocky Mountain Nature Association's Field Seminars Program is committed to educating the public through the talents of excellent instructors, all highly qualified in their fields of expertise. Most seminars include field trips to experience the park in an atmosphere of personal instruction. Indoor lectures complement field trips, and most seminars require hiking. Some include an element of rigor due to high altitude and variable weather. Participants must be in good health and equipped for sudden weather changes.

All Rocky Mountain Field Seminars participants are required to sign this Acknowledgement & Assumption of Risks and Release & Indemnity Agreement. You will be sent a copy of this form upon registration for a course. 


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