Boulder ICO provides safe and fun nature outings and wilderness adventures for Colorado youth in Boulder County and Denver who would not otherwise have these opportunities. It is a 100% volunteer-run outreach program of the Sierra Club. We take participants backpacking, hiking, camping, mountain biking, fishing, birding, and snowshoeing. A few of our unique trips have included wildlife camera trapping in open space, meeting wolves at a wolf sanctuary, and off-season service visits to 10th Mountain huts.
Upcoming Trips & Volunteer Opportunities
Current Volunteers: Click the title of the trip to go to the trip's homepage. Log in to the website so that you can view more details and sign up for the trip.
Agencies: To add youth to a trip, select the trip from the list below, log in, and add the youth info in the fields provided towards the bottom of the trip's homepage.
Backpacking in the Beartooths
Monday, July 18 2016 to Sunday, July 24 2016 8:30 AM
Art & Writing, Photography, Tenkara
Youth from Casey Middle School, Family Resource Center, Manhattan Middle School.
0 volunteers going.
Description: This is an even bigger and more glorious outing than the previously-scheduled "Scary Fish" trip, taking us to terrain on the border of Wyoming and Montana that is spectacularly beautiful AND genteel enough for beginner backpackers. The fishing is... Read More>>
Howl Ya Doin': Little Ones Meet the Wolves
Friday, August 05 2016 to Sunday, August 07 2016 8:30 AM
Youth from Columbine Elementary School, Creekside Elementary School, Family Resource Center, Pioneer Elementary School.
2 volunteers going.
Description: This ever-popular, beginner's-level outing combines car camping and service projects that a wolf sanctuary in Southern Colorado. Participants will meet wolves face-to-face as well as help with various projects around the facility, ranging from... Read More>>