CAP students are expected to broaden their outdoor knowledge and skill base by tapping into the rich educational resources in their community. In order to accomplish this goal, students will take advantage of the free outdoor skills clinics, workshops, and slide shows offered by outdoor retail stores in the Colorado Front Range. Below are some of the hot events going in the community this week:
Tuesday, February 10, 2004 – High Altitude Mountaineering in Peru, Mountain Sports, Boulder, 7pm.
Thursday, February 12, 2004 – Waxing Social, Mountain Sports, Boulder, 6pm.
Thursday, February 12, 2004 – Arctic Circle Race Welcome to the Arctic Circle Race, 160km long over 3 days in temperatures around 20 below in one of the harshest landscapes in the world. Tonight Gary Neptune tells of his experience in this awesome event. Neptune Mountaineering, Boulder, 8pm.
Saturday, February 14, 2004 – Winter Trails Day. Winter Trails Day is a free snowshoe festival with hundreds of demo snowshoes for adults and children; guided hikes; snow activities; outdoor gear displays and free giveaways. For tips on what to wear or bring, ask one of our expert staff. Ask at the east side entrance gate for specific event location. Rocky Mountain National Park, 10:00am