The Geology of Wood River-area Landscapes: How Seafloor Sediments Became Mountainous Land @ The Community Library
10:30 am
There was a time in the geologic past when Washington and Oregon didn’t exist and an ocean flooded inland across Idaho. Many of the rocks that make up the Boulder, Pioneer, Smoky, and White Cloud Mountains were formed in this oceanic setting. Join Dr. Paul Link of Idaho State University for a morning lecture and afternoon roadside field trip where you’ll learn the remarkable story of how this ocean formed and how rock that amassed below sea level became the highly elevated land that surrounds us today. This full-day class is limited to 20 students. Pre-registration is required.
Simons/Bauer Preserve
Jun 18 all-day
Morning Yoga in the Simons/Bauer Preserve @ Simons/Bauer Preserve
12:00 am
Immerse in nature with Kelsey of Gather Studio at a morning yoga session held at our Simons/Bauer Preserve. The perfect way to welcome the upcoming Summer Solstice
The Geology of Wood River-area Landscapes: Volcanoes, Magma, and Forces that Shaped Today’s Mountain Country @ The Community Library
10:30 am
Volcanoes and massive underground reservoirs of magma created many of the rocks in the Wood River area. Join Dr. Paul Link of Idaho State University for a morning lecture and afternoon roadside field trip where you’ll explore these dramatic episodes and see their remains. Dr. Link will also delve into forces that gripped the region’s rocks and shaped them into the beautiful mountain landscapes we enjoy today. This full-day class is limited to 20 students. Pre-registration is required.
Colorado Gulch Preserve
Jul 16 @ 9:30 am
Morning Yoga in the Colorado Gulch Preserve @ Colorado Gulch Preserve
9:30 am
Immerse in nature with Gabby of Pure Body Bliss Studio at a morning yoga session held at our Colorado Gulch Preserve. Kick off your weekend with one of Gabby’s creative movement sequences
Various Locations
Sep 16 – Sep 22 all-day
Womens' Fly Fishing Trip with Finatical Flyfishing @ Various Locations
12:00 am
There are a multitude of flyfishing options in the hiding spot of the rich and famous. This part of Idaho is beautiful all year long but the fall colors and warm days in September are extra special. The Wood River and Silver Creek are world renown fisheries right in the heart of the ‘Valley’. Other area options also include the Salmon River in the Sawtooth Mountain Range or into Copper Basin, home of the tributaries to the Lost River and the headwaters of the Lost River itself. We have partnered with a group of talented guides from Silver Creek Outfitters that includes Amanda Bauman, Julie Meissner and Jill Clark. We’ll rely on their knowledge of recent fishing to pair each day’s adventure with your skills and goals. The first two days are beautiful walk / wade trips. On Monday we will be floating the Salmon river near Stanely, Idaho which is absolutely spectacular in the fall! We’ve got some great condos in the heart of Ketchum. You can jump on the bike path or catch the free shuttle half a block away to enjoy the shops, bars and other evening attractions in Ketchum and Sun Valley.  

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