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OUTDOOR RECREATION Adaptive Cycling Cycling on a Spring day can’t be beat. Handcycles, tandems, and three wheel bikes will be available for riders with disabilities to take out on the Poudre River Trail. Age: 12 years & up Location: Lee Martinez Park Note: Bring water bottle. Class partially discountable. For more information, contact Renee Lee, 970. 224.6027, 4/28-5/12 W 5:00-6:30 PM $15 14618-01 ADULT ADULT Archery, Introduction Participants will learn archery safety, differences between the three styles of bows, warm-up techniques, basic-intermediate shooting form, skills and drills. Instructor: Brian Ficker Location: Arrow Dynamics, 2536 Midpoint Note: No experience is required and all equipment is provided. Bring water. Class not discountable. 3/5-3/8 4/30-5/3 Take a Hike: Venture out on a beautiful springtime hike. M,F M,F 6:00-7:00 PM 6:00-7:00 PM $30 $30 14901-02 14901-03 ADAPTIVE Age 18+ unless noted Adaptive Snow Skiing The National Sports Center for the Disabled offers one of the best adaptive ski programs in the nation. This ski trip is offered to youth with disabilities only. Individual volunteer instructors and adapted equipment will be provided. Age: 12-17 years Location: Youth Activity Center Note: Individuals who are not independent in personal care or in need of extra supervision must provide an attendant at no fee. Trip is partially discountable, scholarships may be available. For more information, contact Coach Nelson or Renee Lee, 3/26 F 6:00 AM-6:00 PM $90 14633-03 Walk/Stroll If you enjoy being outdoors, but the hikes seem too strenuous, walk/strolls may be easier with a smoother trail of 1-3 miles with little or no elevation gain. Location: Senior Center Note: Bring rain gear, water, a sack lunch or snack and feel free to bring a book or sitting activity while enjoy the outdoors. 4/20 5/17 Tu M 10:00 AM-2:00 PM 8:00 AM-3:00 PM $14 $18 14902-01 24902-01 Wildflower Hikes Wildflowers in Colorado should be plentiful this year. We will hike to some possible meadows and spend the day identifying wildflowers and having discussions about them. There will be some considerable walking involved. Location: Senior Center Note: Bring rain gear, water and a sack lunch. 5/13 Th 8:00 AM-3:00 PM $18 24906-01 Back Country Trips Participants enjoy the company of other cross-country and snowshoers without formal instruction. Some trips are in the backcountry without an available Nordic Center. Cancellations must be made by 10:00 AM two (2) days prior to trip for refund or credit. Location: Senior Center Note: Participants should be in good health and capable of moderate levels of physical activity. Bring your own equipment, water and food. Trips to RMNP will require a Park Pass or $20 for entrance. Cost includes transportation and escort. Activity # 14903-09 14903-10 14903-11 14903-12 Date Mar 5 Mar 11 Mar 15 Mar 23 Day Fri Th Mon Tue Time 7:00 AM-5:30 PM 8:00 AM-3:00 PM 8:00 AM-4:00 PM 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Location Snow Mtn. Ranch* Cub Lake (RMNP) Blue Lake Zimmerman Lake This Trail is Best For… Groomed trails and great views Dramatic Rocky Mtn. scenery Forested trails, nice drive 1.5 mile trail with 476 ft of gain Difficulty Moderate Moderate Moderate Mod-difficult Fee $29 $24 $24 $24 Difficulty level as follows: Easy Less than 3 miles, with little or no elevation gain. Moderate Less than 4.5 miles with elevation reaching 9,000 feet. Difficult Greater than 4.5 miles with elevation of over 10,000 feet possible. *Suitable for Nordic or classic skiing

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Recreator - Spring 2010

Recreator - Spring 2010
From the Executive Director
Calendar of Events
Your Health and Wellness
Registration Information
Adaptive Recreation
Arts & Crafts
Dance & Movement
Day Camps
Early Learning & Parent with Child
Adult Programs | 50+ | Senior Center
Do 50!
Recreator Profiles
Health & Wellness
Education & Enrichment
The Farm
Aqua Fitness
Gardens on Spring Creek
Ice Skating
Outdoor Recreation
Age Index

Recreator - Spring 2010