Expedition Camp: Co-ed

Expedition Camp takes our Nature Camps to the next level: bigger hikes, off-site excursions, overnight campouts, and digging deeper into environmental topics! Campers (ages 11-13) get to test their outdoor know-how and willpower on adventures (think: 14er hike, rock climbing, SUP) that they’ll be talking about long after the summer sun sets.


  • Ages 11-13, entering 6th-8th grade
  • 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Big off-site adventures
  • Primitive tent camping experience
  • Campfire, s’mores, and the night sky
  • Counselor camper ratio is 1:6 
  • Before and After Care and Camp Shuttle available

Session 2

Mon 6/3 - Fri 6/7
Peaks & Paddles
In this session we will split our time hiking stunning mountain trails and improving basic paddling skills (both paddle boarding and canoeing) on quiet lake waters where we’ll be sure to save a little time for swimming, too! This camp is designed to up your comfort level on the trails and in the water before tackling our Wilderness Challenge or Water Voyageurs camps. This session features an overnight campout on Thursday.

Session 4

Mon 6/17 - Fri 6/21
Water Voyagers
After spending the first part of the week refining our paddling skills and comfort in the water on local lakes, we’ll head to the foothills for an overnight campout. The next day we will raft down Clear Creek through exciting class II and III rapids!

Session 7

Mon 7/8 - Fri 7/12
Wilderness Challenge
After a warmup hike on Monday in the Backcountry complete with fun team building challenges, we will set out on four different day-trips hiking, climbing, and exploring the Front Range mountains. This is a high adventure camp featuring trips above tree-line and an attempt at a 14,000 ft summit. This session features an overnight campout on Thursday. All adventures will be different than last year!

Session 9

Mon 7/22 - Fri 7/26
Can’t get enough of summer nights complete with roasting marshmallows around the campfire? Join us for TWO nights of primitive tarp-shelter camping in this camp session! In the days leading up to the campouts, campers will become familiar with Leave No Trace, the 10 essentials, fire starting, shelter building, best practices for camping in areas with bears and other wildlife, and camp cooking.

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