Adventures Virtual Programs

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Adventures is helping CPP get wild even as we stay at home! Join any one of our live virtual programs offering a variety of free interactive programming. Explore popular outdoor venues through our virtual tours. In our workshops, learn technical outdoors skills to help you in your future journeys.

All live events will be facilitated through ZOOM. Register online for these programs on the ASI Portal. Don’t forget to check out ASI’s virtual library of prerecorded content.

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Adventures Virtual Campfire, 5pm-6pm
Dates: 1/28, 2/11, 2/25, 3/11, and 4/8

If you miss evenings under the stars accompanied by friends and engaging a good conversation, then the “Adventures Virtual Campfire” series is for you! One of the things that we miss most about adventure travel is the community that we have developed along the way. It is these connections and friendships that are forged on the trail and through fireside discussions that really last a lifetime. During these challenging and isolated times, the “Adventures Virtual Campfire” series will give Broncos an opportunity to meet like-minded folks, share our experiences that we’ve had through the adventures, and continue finding ways to get out safely during COVID-19. Each week, we invite new adventurers to our “campfire” where we will discuss the outdoors, our lives, and social impact. Joining us will be Bronco alumnus and affiliated adventure seekers who will inspire us with their tales and engage us on their missions to protect the world’s most extraordinary natural environments!


Joshua Tree National Park: A Virtual Tour, 1/28/2021, Noon-12:30pm

Join Adventures as we take a virtual tour of Joshua Tree National Park. During this live tour via Google Earth, you will have a chance to explore some iconic sights such as the Hall of Horrors and Lost Horse Mine. This will be a great opportunity to experience this famous location from the comfort of your own home with some insight for planning your next trip. Hiking shoes not required!


Tips for the Trail: Let’s Get Outside, 2/4/2021, Noon-12:45pm

Join Adventures as we share tips, tricks, and resources to help you get outdoors and recreating responsibly. If you are looking for local trail recommendations, information on Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics, or best practices during COVID-19, then you have come to the right spot! Your backpack and sun hat are not required to attend but welcomed!

Death Valley National Park: A Virtual Tour, 2/11/2021, Noon-12:30pm

Join Adventures as we take a virtual tour of Death Valley National Park. During this live tour via Google Earth, you will have a chance to explore some iconic sights such as Badwater Basin and Mosaic Canyon. This will be a great opportunity to experience this famous location from the comfort of your own home with some insight for planning your next trip. Hiking shoes and sun hat not required!

Wilderness Survival: The 7 Priorities, 2/18/2021, Noon-12:45pm

During this workshop, we will explore the seven principles of wilderness survival and identify the greater context around the knowledge and skills required to survive a single night (or longer) in a variety of environments. If you have ever wondered what you would do first during a survival situation in an outdoor environment, this workshop is for you. Logging in from the comfort of your couch or tarp shelter welcomed!

Yellowstone National Park: A Virtual Tour, 2/25/2021, Noon-12:30pm

Join Adventures as we take a virtual tour of Yellowstone National Park. During this live tour via Google Earth, you will have a chance to explore some iconic sights such as Old Faithful and the Grand Prismatic Spring. This will be a great opportunity to experience this famous location from the comfort of your own home with some insight for planning your next trip. Binoculars not required!

Introduction to Modern Fishing, 3/4/2021, Noon-12:45pm

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the sport of fishing but didn’t know where to start? The “Introduction to Modern Fishing” workshop will cover everything you need to know to get started. The information shared on the necessary equipment, regulations, local waterways, and outdoor ethics will help you try your hand at catching some fish as soon as this weekend! No experience or equipment necessary to join.

The Art of Camping, 3/11/2021, Noon-12:45pm

Do you need some inspiration in planning your next camping trip? Are you new to camping and want to learn more about this exciting pastime? Join Adventures as we share information on all types of camping including tent camping, backpacking, car camping, and hostel and Airbnb options! Don’t miss this opportunity to get stoked for your next trip!

Tips for the Trail: Let’s Get Outside, 3/18/2021, Noon-12:45pm

Join Adventures as we share tips, tricks, and resources to help you get outdoors and recreating responsibly. If you are looking for local trail recommendations, information on Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics, or best practices during COVID-19, then you have come to the right spot! Your backpack and sun hat are not required to attend but welcomed!

Introduction to Fly Fishing, 4/8/2021, Noon-12:45pm

Have you ever been interested in the unique art of fly fishing? The “Introduction to Fly Fishing” workshop will cover everything you need to know to get started. During this workshop, the information share regarding the necessary equipment, regulations, local waterways, and outdoor ethics will help you when try your hand at catching some fish as soon as this weekend! No experience or equipment necessary to join.

Yosemite National Park: A Virtual Tour, 4/15/2021, Noon-12:30pm

Join Adventures as we take a virtual tour of Yosemite National Park. During this live tour via Google Earth, you will have a chance to explore some iconic sights such as Half Dome and Yosemite Falls. This will be a great opportunity to experience this famous location from the comfort of your own home with some insight for planning your next trip. Hiking shoes not required!