Colorado has a lot to offer in the way of outdoor family adventures. With beautiful seasons to experience, Worldmind Nature Immersion School encourages you to experience each one in a new and exciting way through family camping trips.

These trips are designed for a family and community-centric experience amongst the natural beauty and abundant Colorado ecological systems. Camping trips are a great way to take a break from your normal routine and become mindful of the amazing surroundings, just a car ride away.

Colorado Cabin Trip

Offered one weekend every January

$350 per family

Join us for this spectacular family getaway! Meet other families and relax in the various natural hot springs the resort has to offer and enjoy an exciting snowshoe trip through St Elmo, one of the most well-preserved ghost towns in Colorado.

Utah (During spring break)

$150 per family

Quiet campground perfect for exploring the spectacular Canyon Rims Recreation Area. Located 38 miles southwest of Moab, the campground is nestled against the smooth sandstone of Roan Bailey Mesa. At approximately 6,000 feet in elevation, it is somewhat cooler than Moab. A one-mile nature trail starts in the campground. Nighttime brings excellent star gazing opportunities. Toilets: Yes Hook-ups: No, but can bring trailers.

Hagerman Lake Backpacking Trip

Leadville, CO

Offered one weekend every July

This easy, interesting hike walks along sections of the Colorado Midland railroad bed to Hagerman Tunnel (11,528-ft.), the highest railroad tunnel in the world at the time it was built in 1887. Construction of the line, the first standard gauge line to cross the Continental Divide, is considered by some to be one of the greatest feats in railroad history. Along the way, the trail traverses pretty meadows, visits two small lakes and passes the remains of trestles, snow sheds, cuts through solid rock and the ruins of Douglass City, which housed immigrants that built the line.

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