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13977
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Choose Your Pace: Hiking Yosemite Up Close and Personal

Hike at the pace you choose each day and see authentic Yosemite with experts. Discover giant sequoias and glacially carved valleys, and learn the story of this national treasure.
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Program No. 13977RJ
Length
6 days
Starts at
1,499
California

Choose Your Pace: Hiking Yosemite Up Close and Personal

Hike at the pace you choose each day and see authentic Yosemite with experts. Discover giant sequoias and glacially carved valleys, and learn the story of this national treasure.
Length
6 days
Starts at
1,499
Program No. 13977 RJ
Prefer to enroll or inquire by phone? 800-454-5768
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DATES & starting prices
PRICES
May 2 - May 7, 2021
Starting at
1,499
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

May 9 - May 14, 2021
Starting at
1,499
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with other Road Scholar Programs, Photography & Watercolor. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

May 16 - May 21, 2021
Starting at
1,499
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

May 30 - Jun 4, 2021
Starting at
1,499
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Jun 6 - Jun 11, 2021
Starting at
1,499
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Aug 29 - Sep 3, 2021
Starting at
1,499
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, National Parks of the Sierra Nevada: Yosemite, King`s Canyon & Sequoia. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Sep 5 - Sep 10, 2021
Starting at
1,499
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Sep 26 - Oct 1, 2021
Starting at
1,499
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, National Parks of the Sierra Nevada: Yosemite, King`s Canyon & Sequoia. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Oct 3 - Oct 8, 2021
Starting at
1,499
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, National Parks of the Sierra Nevada: Yosemite, King`s Canyon & Sequoia. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Oct 10 - Oct 15, 2021
Starting at
1,499
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

DATES & starting prices
PRICES
May 2 - May 7, 2021
Starting at
1,779
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

May 9 - May 14, 2021
Starting at
1,779
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with other Road Scholar Programs, Photography & Watercolor. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

May 16 - May 21, 2021
Starting at
1,779
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

May 30 - Jun 4, 2021
Starting at
1,779
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Jun 6 - Jun 11, 2021
Starting at
1,779
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Aug 29 - Sep 3, 2021
Starting at
1,779
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, National Parks of the Sierra Nevada: Yosemite, King`s Canyon & Sequoia. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Sep 5 - Sep 10, 2021
Starting at
1,779
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Sep 26 - Oct 1, 2021
Starting at
1,779
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, National Parks of the Sierra Nevada: Yosemite, King`s Canyon & Sequoia. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Oct 3 - Oct 8, 2021
Starting at
1,779
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, National Parks of the Sierra Nevada: Yosemite, King`s Canyon & Sequoia. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

Oct 10 - Oct 15, 2021
Starting at
1,779
Itinerary Note

This program runs concurrently with another Road Scholar Program, Seasons of Magic in Yosemite. These programs share some meals and evening programs. Yosemite National Park will be closing Glacier Point for a road rehabilitation project in 2021, no hikes or excursions to Glacier Point or its surrounding areas will be scheduled during this program.

At a Glance

Those who really want to know Yosemite must explore its wonders on foot. Follow in the footsteps of pioneers like John Muir, the father of Yosemite National Park, and Galen Clark, its Guardian, not to mention the Native Americans who first inhabited this enchanting land. Explore Yosemite’s unique glacially-carved valleys, granite monoliths, waterfalls and lush meadows in small groups divided by desired difficulty and learn about geology and natural history during on-site lectures.
Activity Level
Outdoor: Choose Your Pace
Each day, choose from either a moderate or challenging hike based on your desired level of challenge and pace. The moderate hikes range from 5-6 miles and the challenging hikes range from 6-9 miles on varied terrain. Elevations of 3,100–8,100 feet.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • With instructors who are expert Yosemite hikers, trek major trails in the Glacier Point, Yosemite Valley areas of Yosemite National Park and Mariposa Grove.
  • Learn about the geology, flora, fauna and human history of this "queen of the national parks."
  • Explore the complexities of managing Yosemite National Park from the perspective of those who have worked in the park.

General Notes

The Retreat Difference: This unique, often basic and no-frills experience at a Road Scholar Retreat includes opportunities for early morning exercise, interaction with the local community for insight into local life, an authentic farm-to-table or locally sourced meal, a live performance or event and a value-priced single room. If Glacier Point road is closed due to snow, Yosemite Falls and Columbia Rock destinations on the Valley Floor will be offered.
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
High Odyssey: The First Solo Winter Assault of Mt. Whitney and the Muir Trail Area
by Gene Rose
The Education of Little Tree
by Forrest Carter
My First Summer in the Sierra
by Muir, John.
The first of John Muir's books. This inspirational book allows the reader to understand John Muir's desire to protect and preserve Yosemite.
FLO: A Biography of Frederick Law Olmsted
by Laura Wood Roper
History of the Sierra Nevada
by Francis Farqhar
Salt: A World History
by Mark Kurlansky
A Sierra Club Naturalist's Guide to the Sierra Nevada
by Stephen Whitney
The Star Thrower
by Loren Eiseley
The Photographer's Guide to Yosemite
by Michael Frye
www.michaelfrye.com
The King of California: J.G. Boswell and the Making of a Secret American
by Mark Arax
Sisters of the Earth
by Lorraine Anderson
Touch the Earth: A Self-Portrait of the Indian Existence
by McLuhan, T. C.
Secrets of the Oak Woodlands; Plants and Animals Among California's Oaks
by Kate Marianchild
Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed
by jared Diamond
Field Guide to Birds of North America
by John W Fitzpatrick
Winter WorldL The Ingenuity of Animal Survival
by Bernd Heinrich
Challenge of the Big Trees
by William C Tweed
The Incomparable Valley: a Geologic Interpretation of the Yosemite.
by Francois E Matthes
Mountains Without Handrails: Reflections on the National Parks
by Joseph L Sax
Nature’s Army: When Soldiers Fought for Yosemite
by Harvey Meyerson
On the Loose
by Jerry & Renny Russell
An Illustrated Flora of Yosemite National Park
by Botti, Stephen J
An Illustrated Flora of Yosemite National Park. El Portal, California:
Flowering Shrubs of Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada.
by Spencer, Shirley.
While the trees of Yosemite thrill visitors and the wildflowers often steal the show, every year the blue elderberry, the snowberry, the American dogwood, and dozens of other shrubs bloom in a glory all their own. This lovely volume, with inspired watercolors showing the fruit, flowers, and foliage of the plants, pays these shrubs full homage. Complete with useful information for plant identification, this book serves as a welcome and needed introduction to some of Yosemite's wildflowers.
The Wild Muir: Twenty-two of John Muir's Greatest Adventures
by John Muir
Desert Solitaire
by Edward Abbey
A Sierra Club Naturalist’s Guide to the Sierra Nevada.
by Whitney, Stephen
. Stephen Whitney has taken most of the University of California Press guides and books and done an excellent job of condensing a wide range of biotic and abiotic topics. I highly recommend this guide to anyone interested in the Sierra Nevada, whether a teacher, backpacker, student, or amateur naturalist.
Garden of the Sun: A History of the San Joaquin Valley: 1772-1939.
by Wallace Smith
Cadillac Desert: The American West and its Disappearing Water
by Marc Reisner
"Ansel Adams and the American Landscape"
by Jonathan Spaulding
Flowering Shrubs of Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada
by Shirley Spencer
The San Joaquin – A River Betrayed
by Gene Rose
A Sand County Almanac
by Aldo Leopold
Assembling California
by John McPhee
My First Summer in the Sierra
by John Muir
Guns, Germs and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies
by Jared Diamond
Gloryland: A Novel
by Shelton Johnson
Up and Down California in 1860-1864: The Journal of William H Brewer
by William Brewer
A Field Guide to Mammals
by William H Burt
They Saw the Elephant: Women in the California Gold Rush
by Jo Ann Levy
. Gloryland: A Novel.
by Johnson, Shelton
This books is roughly based on the life of his great-grandfather who was a buffalo soldier and one of those who patrolled Yosemite NP around the turn of the century to protect it from poachers, loggers, miners, etc. Born on Emancipation Day, 1863, to a sharecropping family of African and Indian blood, Elijah Yancy never lived as a slave, but his self-image as a free person is at war with his surroundings: Spartanburg, South Carolina, in the Reconstructed South. Shelton Johnson is an interpretive ranger for Yosemite National Park. His area of expertise is the Buffalo Soldiers and their influence on the early history of Yosemite and the west.
The Journey Home
by Edward Abbey
A Journal of Ramblings Through the High Sierra of California by the University Excursion Party
by Joseph Le Conte
Wildflowers of the Sierra Nevada and the Central Valley
by Laird R Blackwell
Living on the Wind: Across the Hemisphere with Migratory Birds.
by Scott Weidensaul
The Secret Knowledge of Water
by Craig Childs
The Earth Speaks: An Acclimatization Journal
by Steve Van Matre
The Wild Muir: Twenty-two of John Muir’s Greatest Adventures.
by Muir, John.
Short stories from John Muir that creates an understanding of John Muir.
Jedediah Smith and the Opening of the West
by Dale L Morgan
Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada
by Clarence King
The Land of Little Rain
by Mary Austin
Shattered Air: A True Account of Catastrophe and Courage on Yosemite’s Half Dome
by Bob Madgic
Shaping the Sierra: Nature, Culture, and Conflict in the Changing West
by Timothy Duane
Oaks of California
by Bruce M Pavlik
William Neill Blog
by http://www.williamneill.com/blog/
Uncertain Path; A Search for the Future of National Parks
by William C Tweed
Westering ManL The Life of Joseph Walker
by Bil Gilbert
The Hour of Land; A Personal Topography of America's National Parks.
by Terry Tempest Williams
Sierra Nevada Natural History: An Illustrated Handbook.
by Tracy I Storer
The Geologic Story of Yosemite National Park
by King N Huber
The Geologic Story of Yosemite National Park.
by Huber, N. King.
Geologic History of Yosemite
Botany of Desire: A Plant’s-Eye View of the World
by Michael Pollan
Yosemite: Volume One
by William Neill
Our expert instructor highly recommends William Neill's blog and ebook. Find the blog at www.williamneill.com/blog/ and Find his ebook at www.williamneill.com/store/ebooks/yosemite-volume1/index.html
Sierra Nevada Wildflowers
by Karen Wiese
Galen Clark: Yosemite Guardian
by Shirley Sargent
Black Elk Speaks
by John Neihardt
Mountain Sage
by Elizabeth Stone O'Neill
High Odyssey: The First Solo Winter Assault of Mt. Whitney and the Muir Trail Area.
by Rose, Gene.
Anyone who loves mountains, and especially the Sierra Nevada, will find this a great addition to the library. It documents the little known winter solo ski trip over the entire John Muir trail, from Mt. Whitney to Yosemite, by Orland Bartholemew in 1928-29. The author expertly crafts the story from old notes and a diary.
Conifers of California
by Ronald M Lanner
The Invention of Nature; Alexander Von Humboldt's New World.
by Andrea Wulf
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6 days
5 nights
15 meals
5 B 5 L 5 D
DAY
1
Check-in, Registration, Orientation, Welcome Dinner
Oakhurst, CA
D
Episcopal Conference Center Oakhurst

Activity note: Lodge check-in from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Afternoon: Program Registration, 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. After you have your room assignment, come to the Road Scholar table in Lyles Dining Hall to register with the program staff and get your welcome packet containing your name-tag, up-to-date schedule that reflects any changes, other important information, and to confirm when and where the orientation session will take place. If you arrive late, please ask for your packet when you check in. We'll enjoy our get-acquainted social hour that includes drinks and appetizers.

Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - At Lyles Dining Hall, we will enjoy a buffet of rotating entrees, sides, salads, vegetables, and desserts. Coffee, tea, water, juice, soft drinks are included.

Evening: 7:00 p.m. - Orientation. The Group Leader will greet everyone and lead introductions. We will review the up-to-date program schedule, discuss roles and responsibilities, logistics, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and answer questions. Field trips off site will be by shuttle. Field trips to and from Yosemite are around 35 miles each way on country roads. Classes will be held in Lower Lyles West or the chapel, a short walk from Lyles. Please note this is not an active outdoor program, however this and the field tip on Day 5 may include walks/hikes of varying lengths to enhance and illustrate the subjects being taught. If mobility is an issue, please contact the coordinator for further information. Periods in the daily schedule designated as “Free time” and “At leisure” offer opportunities to do what you like and make your experience even more meaningful and memorable according to your personal preferences. The Group Leader will be happy to offer suggestions. Program activities, schedules, personnel, and indicated distances or times may change due to local circumstances/conditions. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding. Afterwards, we’ll have a discussion of trails to be hiked, review of equipment requirements and safety considerations. Please note that daily hike destinations may be revised during the program due to weather or other circumstances as necessary.

DAY
2
Hike Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias
Oakhurst, CA
B,L,D
Episcopal Conference Center Oakhurst

Activity note: Light exercise available prior to breakfast (walking, gardening, yoga, etc.). Getting on/off shuttle. Approximately 1 hour of driving today on country roads. Moderate Hike: 6 miles in length, elevation gain and loss of 1,000+ feet, hike begins at 5,500'. Challenge Hike: 7 miles in length, elevation gain and loss of 1,200', hike begins at 5,500'.

Breakfast: At Lyles Dining Hall, we will enjoy a buffet of rotating breakfast items like eggs, hot/cold cereals, fruit, toast or muffins, yogurt, and granola. Coffee, tea, water, juice, soft drinks are included.

Morning: After packing lunch, we will board the shuttle for Mariposa Grove, departing around 9:00 a.m., and begin our hike for the day. Choose from two hike options, moderate or challenge. Moderate Hike: 6 miles in length, elevation gain and loss of 1,000+ feet, hike begins at 5,500'. Challenge Hike: 7 miles in length, elevation gain and loss of 1,200', hike begins at 5,500'.

Lunch: On the trail, we will enjoy a sack lunch we packed this morning, consisting of sandwiches, chips, fruit, and other snacks,. Water is included.

Afternoon: 4:00 p.m. - After completing our hike, we will return to the parking lot of Mariposa Grove to board the ECCO bus for return to ECCO.

Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - Dining hall buffet.

Evening: We will enjoy an evening presentation from a local expert, which could range from a live animal presentation, living history performance, musical or artistic guests, or lectures on human and cultural history of the area.

DAY
3
Yosemite Valley Hikes, Waterfalls Hike & OMG Point
Oakhurst, CA
B,L,D
Episcopal Conference Center Oakhurst

Activity note: Light exercise available prior to breakfast (walking, gardening, yoga, etc.). Moderate Hike: 6.3 miles in length, total elevation gain of 300', hike begins at 3,966'. Challenge Hike: 6.5 miles in length, elevation gain and loss of 2,100', hike begins at 3,966'. Bus trip to Yosemite is 45 miles each way on country roads. Approximately 3 hours of bus time today.

Breakfast: Dining hall buffet.

Morning: We will board the shuttle for the day's Yosemite trailheads. Choose from two hike options, moderate or challenging. Moderate Hike: 6.3 miles in length, total elevation gain of 300', hike begins at 3,966'. Challenge Hike: 6.5 miles in length, elevation gain and loss of 2,100', hike begins at 3,966'.

Lunch: Yosemite sack lunch.

Afternoon: 3:15 p.m. - After completing our hike, we will return to shuttle stop #7 to board the ECCO bus for return to ECCO.

Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - Dining hall buffet.

Evening: We will enjoy our evening presentation from a local expert.

DAY
4
Yosemite Valley Free Time
Oakhurst, CA
B,L,D
Episcopal Conference Center Oakhurst

Activity note: Light exercise available prior to breakfast (walking, gardening, yoga, etc.). Getting on/off shuttle. Approximately 3 hours of driving today. Range of activities dependent on free time choices.

Breakfast: Dining hall buffet.

Morning: We will board the shuttle for another day in Yosemite. Free Time. Take this opportunity for personal independent exploration to see and do what interests you most. Please refer to the list of Free Time Opportunities. The Group Leader will be happy to offer suggestions.

Lunch: Yosemite sack lunch.

Afternoon: We will continue our free time in the Park. Take advantage of the free shuttle system to get to and from desired destinations within Yosemite Valley, tag-a-long on a scheduled Park Ranger walk or talk (if available), or simply relax and enjoy the beauty of Yosemite! We will meet at shuttle stop #7 at 3:15 p.m. to board the ECCO bus for our return to ECCO.

Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - Dining hall buffet.

Evening: We will enjoy our evening presentation from a local expert.

DAY
5
Yosemite Hikes: Cliffs, Domes, Waterfalls
Oakhurst, CA
B,L,D
Episcopal Conference Center Oakhurst

Activity note: Light exercise available prior to breakfast (walking, gardening, yoga, etc.). Moderate Hike: 4.75 miles in length, total elevation gain of 200', hike begins at 4,000'. Challenge Hike: 5.75 miles in length, elevation gain and loss of 1,500', hike begins at 4,000'. Getting on/off shuttle. Approximately 3 hours of driving today.

Breakfast: Dining hall buffet.

Morning: We will board the shuttle early for our last day of hiking in Yosemite. Choose from two hike options, moderate or challenging. Moderate Hike: 4.75 miles in length, total elevation gain of 200', hike begins at 4,000'. Challenge Hike: 5.75 miles in length, elevation gain and loss of 1,500', hike begins at 4,000'.

Lunch: Yosemite sack lunch.

Afternoon: 3:15 p.m. - After completing our hike, we will return to shuttle stop #7 to board the ECCO bus for return to ECCO.

Dinner: 6:00 p.m. - Dining hall buffet.

Evening: We will enjoy our evening presentation from a local expert.

DAY
6
Lewis Creek Trail, Corlieu Falls, Program Concludes
Oakhurst, CA
B,L

Activity note: Lodge check-out 12:00 Noon. The walk from the trailhead back to ECCO involves a mixture of single track rolling hill trails and wide dirt forest service roads over 4 miles with total elevation loss of 900'. First half of the hike is a steep downhill. Minimal driving today. You will have time to shower and pack after the hike and before the departure lunch.

Breakfast: Dining hall buffet.

Morning: We will board the shuttle for our last hike. This area, south of Yosemite National Park, boasts its own beauty, which we experience as we hike from the Highway 41 trailhead on Lewis Creek trail through National Forest land back to ECCO. The most notable feature of the area is Corlieu Falls, the highest waterfall in Madera County. The trail also follows the historical route of the Madera-Sugar Pine Lumber flume. We’ll learn about management differences and similarities between the National Park Service (administered by the Department of the Interior) and the U.S. Forest Service (operated by the Department of Agriculture). We’ll discuss challenges that face both agencies today.

Lunch: 12:00 p.m. - Dining hall buffet. This concludes our program.

Afternoon: If you are transferring to another Road Scholar program, detailed instructions are included in your Information Packet for that program. We hope you enjoy Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on another rewarding program in the future. Don’t forget to join our Facebook page and follow us on Instagram. Best wishes for all your journeys!






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