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Yampatika

Steamboat Springs, CO, USA
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About Yampatika
Yampatika offers programs year-round for both youth and adults. Our programs include guided snowshoe and ski tours in the winter as well as a variety of educational hikes in the summer (i.e. geology, watershed, wildflowers etc.). You can also create your own adventure and hire a naturalist for an affordable private guided tour that fits your schedule, interest, and caters to everyone in your group! Kids benefit from environmental education programs at our summer camp as well as a variety of education programs offered to schools throughout Routt County during the school year.
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My husband and I went on the snowshoe tour with Karen and absolutely fell in love with Steamboat! This is our first visit and we couldn’t have asked for a better outdoor experience. We can’t wait to come back and try some of the other options Yampatika has to offer!!
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We had an amazing snow shoe tour with Lexi at Rabbit Ears Pass. She made the tour fun with lots of trail and local info. We lucked out on a perfect sunny day and the views were awesome. This was the highlight of our trip to Steamboat. Would definitely recommend this company and
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We found out about Yampatika through the Sheraton concierge. We scheduled a private snowshoe tour of Fish Creek Falls. Meg and Karen were wonderful at explaining the history and nature around us. Our family (kids ages 13, 11, and 9) really enjoyed this experience. Since we
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We did the Uranium Mine Trail Snowshoe Tour, which was 3 miles and moderate in difficulty. Karen was our naturalist, and she shared wonderful information on the local geology, flora, and fauna. We took rest breaks on the ascent, and we’d talk about interesting topics at this
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Yampatika does a variety of nature walks. Ours began at the Depot Art Building (it used to be a train depot, but no passenger trains anymore). We walked to several mineral springs in the area (not hot springs) and learned about their history and the geology of each. Some were
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