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Together, Let's Make
an Impact 

WELCOME TO THE ROCKIES

We are ecstatic to announce our partnership with the Rocky Mountain Conservancy, a nonprofit built to preserve the beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park. By partnering with RMC, together we can support one of our national treasures for generations to come! The proceeds from our 2022 22oz Outlander Water Bottle will be donated to the Rocky Mountain Conservancy, so each bottle you purchase will make a difference to this National Park.

The Rocky Mountain National Park was established in 1915, and in 1931 the Rocky Mountain Conservancy was born. To date, the Conservancy has made an impact of more than $33 million towards preserving and protecting the Rocky Mountain National Park.

With over 3 million visitors every year, let's see why the Rocky Mountains...rock!

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The Rockies have roughly 355 miles of hiking trails, perfect for seeing Colorado native and exotic animals.

How many miles of hiking trails are there in the Rocky Mountains?

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What animal species can you find in the Rockies?

 

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Home to over 280 bird, 142 butterfly, and 66 mammal species, the Rocky Mountains host rare and locally extinct species. At the Rockies, you can see bears, bighorn sheep, coyotes, moose, and the rare mountain lion if youre lucky!

True or false, the Rocky Mountains certified the first female naturalists?

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Did you know that the first female naturalists, Esther and Elizabeth Burnell, were trained and certified by the Rocky Mountain National Park in 1917? This was a monumental step for women, and now 64% of naturalists in the United States are women! Thank you Burnell sisters for paving the path.