| August 22, 2017
Building, Global Warming and the Beginning of Life
Sulphur Mt., Athabasca Glacier and The Burgess Shale at Walcott Quarry
On Day 2, participants hike to the Burgess Shale Fossil Beds at the Walcott Quarry, a restricted UNESCO World Heritage Site within Yoho National Park. After the hike, the group returns to Field, B.C. for dinner and then returns to Calgary. This two day course is an excellent team builder.
Participants must be in very good physical condition for this field course. The Burgess Shale Walcott Quarry hike entails an elevation gain in excess of 850m and a return hiking distance of approximately 22 kilometres. The hike is not recommended for individuals who have a fear of heights, joint issues or any other medical problems that may affect their well being, or for children under the age of twelve. The cost of this course includes luxury coach transportation, one night's accommodation at the Emerald Lake Lodge, all meals, course manual and all facility/tour fees and taxes. The season in Yoho is short - we can only do the course from early July until late September.
Course Pricing (Groups of 12 to 24 Calgary Departure):
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GeoHistory Course Participants: $1650 per person
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