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Learn to be a junior naturalist

How do bees build hives? Why does water travel downhill? Kids explore these questions and more at the fun and educational classes and camps offered at the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES).

  • Drop-in, daily, weekly, and overnight classes and camps available from June through August
  • Parents optional

How do bees build hives? Why does water travel downhill? Kids explore these questions and more at the fun and educational classes and camps offered at the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES).

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The Experience

Kids ages 4-18 will be greeted by the resident Golden eagle before exploring the 25-acre Hallam Lake nature preserve using microscopes, binoculars and field guides, or building primitive shelters, bridges and tunnels. It's like a zoo, a museum, and a fun hands-on classroom all in one.


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Young Woman Receiving Massage
Recuperate with an Après Ski Massage
An adventure through Acheron river
Whitewater raft infamous Colorado rapids
A father and daughter mountain bike through the Aspen trees in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Cycle through high-alpine passes
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