Extracurricular


Snow Wolf Lodge and Pagosa Springs provide many extracurricular activities. Our game room in the main lodge contains a pool table, ping-pong table, and two foosball tables. Outside we have a basketball court, sand volleyball, spike ball, Frisbee golf course, nearby trails and hundreds of acres for hiking in the San Juan National Forest. Locally, in Pagosa Springs, you will find the popular hot springs, shopping, scenic drives and hikes, and nearby attractions.

Students will partake in weekly adventures as part of the Semester curriculum to explore nature, build relationships, and make real-life connections with the content learned in the classroom. Adventures (some being optional) likely include activities such as hiking, backpacking, sight seeing, exploring, camping, caving, rock climbing, mountain biking, fishing, swimming, and ski/snow boarding.  Locations of these adventures are likely to extend into places such as Chimney Rock Archeological Site, Mesa Verde National Park, Great Sand Dunes National Park, Canyonlands & Arches National Park, the Grand Canyon, as well as the local mountain towns of Ouray, Silverton, and Durango. If it snows before the end of the semester, skiing at Wolf Creek or sledding on the Continental Divide will be available.