Colorado: Mueller State Park’s Spring Programs and Guided Hikes

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Divide, Colo. – Here is a list of upcoming programs at Mueller State Park.  Unpredictable weather means an unpredictable amount of fun! Pack your gear for winter/spring weather and take a chance on your recreational activity of choice! Trails are open and accessible, campsites are available and sledding hills are open as weather permits! Remember our cabins are available year-round.
When enjoying the outdoors in unpredictable weather, always have a map and be prepared with water, sun protection and be dressed in layers. All of our offered programs are free, but you must have a $7 daily parks pass or a $70 annual pass on your vehicle to enter the park.
For weather updates or for more information, call Mueller State Park at 719-687-2366.
Mueller State Park is located 4-miles south of Divide on Highway 67.

Colorado: Mueller State Park’s Spring Programs and Guided Hikes

Colorado: Mueller State Park’s Spring Programs and Guided Hikes

‘Hiking for Fun and Fitness’ – Hiking Series
March 16 and 30 at 10 a.m. Meet in the Visitor Center Parking Lot.
Enjoy the spring; with or without snow! Volunteer naturalist Nancy Remmler will guide you on a series of hikes throughout the winter, every first and third Saturday of the month. Each hike will be determined by YOU! Bring your favorite hiking suggestions, sturdy, insulated and waterproof shoes/boots, winter shoe spikes/cleats, and/or snowshoes, layered winter clothing, sun protection, water, and snacks. Please come prepared for all types of snow conditions, hikes will take place regardless of amount of snow or ice

Serene Saturdays – Hiking Series
March 9 and 23 at 10 a.m. Meet in the Visitor Center Parking Lot.
Enjoy the serenity of a Saturday morning hike. Volunteer naturalist Carole Larkey will lead hikes every second and fourth Saturday of the month in March and April. Your hiking destination will be determined by YOU! Bring your favorite hiking suggestions, sturdy, insulated and waterproof shoes/boots, winter shoe spikes/cleats, and/or snowshoes, layered winter clothing, sun protection, water, and snacks. Please come prepared for all types of snow conditions, hikes will take place regardless of amount of snow or ice.

Volcano Talk
March 23 at 10 a.m.at the Visitor Center Auditorium
Volunteer naturalist Bob Hickey will give an engaging and eye-opening talk about volcanism. There will be true specimens and examples for a complete representation of the volcanic rocks around us in the region. There will be plenty of opportunity for discussion and Q and A.

Touch Table: Volcanic Rocks
Date: March 23 at 1 p.m. at the Visitor Center
Check out the hands-on samples and learn about local geology with volunteer naturalist Bob Hickey. View a complete representation of the volcanic rocks around us in the region. You can touch and feel specimens and learn how to identify them! Also, bring your favorite rock to show Bob!

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