Stone Canyon offers two Fall Break programs
With Fall Break just around the corner, Stone Canyon is excited to offer two exciting programs designed for middle and high school students.
Back by popular demand, the Colorado Division of Parks & Wildlife returns to partner with Stone Canyon for Rock Climbing at Castlewood Canyon. Designed for high school students, Rock Climbing offers an adventure-filled day with our experienced staff where students will test their climbing skills on real rock, learn basic safety, key movements to improve their technique, and the tenets of Leave No Trace, a program that teaches and inspires climbers to enjoy the outdoors responsibly. Held daily from October 11-14, the cost of a one-day excursion is $75 per student, which includes transportation from Douglas County High School, the entrance fee to Castlewood Canyon, all instruction, and gear.
Our brand new Culinary Camp for middle school students runs October 11-13. Over the course of this 3-day program, students will immerse themselves in the Stone Canyon Kitchen to learn basic skills, proper dining etiquette, how to create a delicious meal with random ingredients, and how to cook up a good time with our very own Italian-trained chef, Ms. Bonnie. The cost of Culinary Camp is $175 per student, which includes transportation from Douglas County High School, recipe cards, an apron, fresh skills, and the opportunity to participate in adventure activities.