Yellowstone-Teton Trip

 

 

Interested in National Parks of our area and of the Yellowstone-Teton Region? Then join us this year on our Yellostone-Teton Trip! 

 

The Yellowstone-Teton Trip will leave CWC on Friday September 19, at 9am and return on Sunday September 21, at 8pm. The trip is LIMITED TO 24 students, so register NOW! 

 

The trip will be lead by Earth and Physical Sciences Professor Suki Smaglik. More information about the trip will be posted in MOODLE by September 8. 

 

The weekend long trip will involve:

  • Waking up each morning with a beautiful view of  Jackson Lake and the Tetons 
  • Light hiking in each park
  • Traveling around the area and viewing unique geological and environmental features of the region including landslides, geysers, glaciers and wildlife!
  • Realizing why our US National park are so special and meaningful to us 

 

Lodging: We will be staying at the NPS-UW Research Station (AMK Ranch) on Jackson Lake. We will be sleeping in heated cabins, but you will need to bring your won sleeping bag or bed linens. 

 

Food: The trip includes 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 2 dinners family style!

 

How to get on the trip? Register for COCR (Co-curricular) 1000-06

or GEOL 1240 Geology of the Yellostone-Teton Region. Those who do not need credit should simply audit the GEOL 1240 class. 

 

Cost:

In-state 1 credit: Tuition & Fees $113 + $75 trip fee = $188 total 

 

Out-of-state 1 credit: Tuition & Fees $279 + $75 trip fee = $354 total 

 

ALREADY TAKING 12 CREDITS? Fees (no tuition) $30  + 75 Trip Fee = $105 Total 

 

IMPORTANT PAYMENT INFO: In addition to registering for the 1 credit, please pay the $75 Trip Fee to Student Activities in the cashiers office.  Financial Aid may be applied to this trip fee. 

 

 

 

 

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