Echoes of Laughter by Rachel McKay

“Screedle on!” Someone shouts as we descend steep Navajo Sandstone slickrock. This is our third expedition as a group and we are each carrying twelve days worth of tightly packed gear on our backs. We appear to be defying gravity as we round a cliffside for our first glimpse of the Dirty Devil River far

The Facade by Lauren Lombardi

It was full speed running. Sand flying, daypacks forgotten, every one of us dying of curiosity for what lay beyond the bend of the sandstone walls. We had reached a point in our hike where Katie and Dave, our WRFI instructors, let us find the last greatest surprise of the day. Out of uncontainable excitement

Wholeness is my Home by Ren Skolnick

We arrived in the middle of the arid pinyon-juniper woodlands with clean clothes, heavy backpacks, and an atmosphere of anticipatory excitement. Our small group of six students and two instructors already felt like a crowd as we piled out of the dusty van. Between the expansive landscape and over a year of social distancing, being

Advice from a two-time CTR alum

May 8, 2020
5 Concerns about Cycle the Rockies, Demystified By Ruth Crystal Are you interested in learning about climate change science, networking with real-world professionals, and observing firsthand how energy systems impact natural and human communities in Montana? If so, this is definitely the course for you. As a Cycle the Rockies alum, I can attest to
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