get ready for an adventure of a lifetime


What is one major lesson from wilderness education? Always be prepared. At RMPR, we encourage students to prepare for their trip accordingly by making sure they complete all necessary forms and pre-trip procedures.



RMPR has a collection of both digital and hard-copy paper forms. The required forms will be given during orientation and/or provided by your school. Please contact your school for registration information.


Prior to attending your trip, you must complete an Intake Form (which includes your Medical/Health Information Form). It is vital that you complete this form completely. Allergies, diet restrictions, medical information, medical history, and your health insurance must be noted.


We are located right in the Rocky Mountains National Park in a small town called Allenspark, CO. We provide free airport shuttles from Denver International Airport (DIA) directly to our ranch. Please contact your school for flight information and departure details.

Policies and procedures

As with any school trip, we abide by your school’s policies and procedures as well as safety protocols at the ranch. We require your understanding and approval of our policies including the use of power tools, fire procedures, sleeping quarters policies, and more. Please read through our Policies and Procedures.

Packing list

Weather in the Rocky Mountains will depend on what season you will be staying with us! Please check our Packing List for details about what to bring. Be sure to follow school dress code and guidelines.


Orientation is mandatory for all students attending RMPR. At this orientation, you will be provided valuable and important information regarding your trip. Please bring your valid Government-Issued ID, Intake Forms, Medication Permission Slips, Signed Physical, and Health Insurance Card.


Safety is our number one priority! We want to make sure that you have the best experience at RMPR, while staying safe and healthy. 

Parent Information

Please see more information for parents including how to prepare your child, a letter from our team, and more.

Health and Safety

We abide by strict health & safety policies and procedures to ensure that your students are having fun while staying safe!

Get a sneak peek of the ranch

Once you have submitted all your required documents and attended your mandatory orientation, you are ready to pack your bags and GO! We’re excited to have you!


For more information or questions, please contact:

Pathways has been a trusted and proven operator of international & domestic multi-day trips for teenagers since 2007.  All participants are provided preparation guidelines and are required to follow strict policies that ensure appropriate and safe behavior. We always put safety first!

Students are accompanied by adult chaperones and Pathways employees, never exceeding an 10:1 ratio of adults to students.

We generally follow the academic calendar for programs from September-June. However, our programs are flexible and vary depending on school bookings. 

Some programs are flexible, but general guideline for maximum program capacity ranges from 20-40.

Programs are open to students ages 13-20.

If a student is 18 or older, they do not need a parent/guardian signature. However, we recommend that parents accompany their student to program orientation.

Snow, rain, heat, and gloom generally don’t prevent Pathways participants from having fun and learning! In the case of severe weather conditions, Pathways reserves the right to cancel a program for safety concerns. Pathways will work with all clients to ensure customer satisfaction to the best of our ability should a cancellation/rescheduling be deemed necessary.

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