Experience the beauty and mystery of nature at Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks' White Rocks, where natural forces have created a unique environment available to the public through guided hikes. Join OSMP naturalists Dave Sutherland and Carolyn Brigham for an informative 2 mile hike highlighting the distinctive geologic and biological features of the area that combine to foster feelings of beauty, wonder and peace. We advise long pants, gaiters and closed toe shoes for weed seed protection. Also bring water, snacks, and protection for sun, rain and mosquitoes (which can sometimes be fierce!) Meeting location will be provided when you register. NOTE: White Rocks hikes are extremely popular but must accommodate small groups. If you have been on a White Rocks hike before, please let others who have not had a turn register first.Minimum Participants: 5
Registration is required for this activity. Click "register" to reserve your spot.General Info
Registration is not currently enabled. Check the calendar for more activitiesCancel
Dave is an award-winning field naturalist with Boulder's Open Space and Mountain Parks department. Besides over 20 years working in the Boulder area, Dave has led outdoor education programs in Idaho, California, Costa Rica and the Galapagos Islands. Dave is a natural science geek who uses games and activities to inspire others with his love of nature. He has been training for his job since the age of 4, when he began collecting rocks and butterflies and drawing his own bird books with crayons.