Adventure Program


Due to preventative measures related to public health, the Red Rocks Adventure Program will be suspending all trips and events until further notice.  Please check our social media accounts for the latest updates.

The purpose of the Red Rocks Adventure Program (RRAP) is to provide high quality, comprehensive, student-led, cocurricular outdoor adventure trips that provide accessible, inclusive, and challenging excursions to the students of Red Rocks Community College, with a focus on student development, holistic wellness, and community development.  Trips are available to all fee-paying students at a minimal cost and include such activities as rock climbing, backpacking, peak bagging, mountain biking, and snowshoeing. Necessary equipment is included in the registration cost, as well as trained leaders who provide instruction. RRAP also provides regular by-request teambuilding and low challenge programs, as well as clinics on topics like backcountry cooking, Leave No Trace ethics, orienteering, bike maintenance, and more.

Photo of rock climbing



Free Skills Clinics

Mountain Bike Basics Clinic

Mountain Bike Maintenance Clinic

Bear Bag Clinic

Backpacking Basics Clinic

Leave No Trace Ethics

Team Building and Low Challenge

Trip Planning Resources

Planning your own trip?  Want to learn how to fix your bike?  Not sure if that mushroom you just ate was poisonous? Check out our Trip Planning Resource room at the Student Rec Center. Maps, guidebooks, flora and fauna identification guides, and how-to books are available to use or check out for free.  Just bring your selection to the SRC front desk.

Land Acknowledgement:

The Red Rocks Adventure Program gratefully and humbly operates on the ancestral lands of:

Núu-agha-tʉvʉ-pʉ̱ (Ute)

Očeti Šakówiŋ (Sioux)





Eastern Shoshone


Shoshone - Bannock