Robert Morgen
Robert M

EDIBLE PLANTS OF THE COLORADO FRONT RANGE

Hiking · Denver, CO, United States
  • 3 hours
  • 2 - 6 people
  • Moderate
$30Per Person
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Spend 3 delightful hours discovering the garden all around you. Colorado is home to dozens of medicinal and edible plants; some native, some not, such as Taraxum Officionalis (the common Dandelion), imported by the pilgrims as a medicinal cure all.
Coming Soon, watch my blog for details and schedules - http://gonewest15.blogspot.com/p/about-gone-west.html
I have been certified as an EMT, firearms instructor, martial arts instructor, CPR & First Aid instructor, Personal Trainer, Rescue Diver and Certified Interpretive Guide (teaches classes in the wilderness). I was in the Army National Guard and regular Navy and trained in mountain Search & Rescue and wildland fire suppression. I've worked as a Rover and a Certified Interpretive Guide for the US Forest Service as well as an Assistant Dive Master for a Ft. Lauderdale dive shop.
  • Water
  • Light snacks
  • A small guidebook
  • Water bottle
  • Poncho
  • Personal gear for a Colorado summer day at altitude
  • You can find a more comprehensive list on my website.
I can custom tailor an adventure for you. 21 and older only. Be creative, it's your life.
Full refund 2 days prior to tour.
Local Denver trailhead
  • Day 1
    Meet at trail head and have pre-trip briefing. Expect light to moderate hiking with frequent stops as we explore plants and other natural features.
  • Edible Plants of the Colorado Front Range
  • Edible Plants of the Colorado Front Range
  • Edible Plants of the Colorado Front Range
  • Edible Plants of the Colorado Front Range
  • Edible Plants of the Colorado Front Range

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$30
Per Person
Request to book