Rocky Mountain National Park - Longs Peak and Wild Basin Trailhead Volunteer

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ORGANIZATION: National Park Service

The park is looking to recruit additional volunteers to serve at two of our outlying ranger stations. Wild Basin Ranger Station and Longs Peak Ranger Station are located in a more remote area of Rocky Mountain National Park. We are looking for volunteers who have experience with this area of the park.


Volunteers at Wild Basin and Longs Peak Ranger Stations provide visitor information, including safety info and hike recommendations. Volunteers may encounter a wide variety of visitors including rock climbers, backpackers, families and Junior Rangers, and day hikers. Volunteers must be comfortable answering repetitive questions and greeting visitors of all experience levels. Volunteers will be required to obtain a First Aid/CPR certification as part of this position; the certification is offered, for free, by the park.


Volunteer shifts are one day/week from 8:00am-2:00pm . We are looking for volunteers at Wild Basin on Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays and volunteers at Longs Peak on Mondays and Tuesdays. Other shifts are not available at this time.


In your application, please indicate whether you are looking to volunteer at Longs Peak, Wild Basin, or both! Include this information under the "Any other additional qualifications?" section.Additionally, please describe your experience with the Longs Peak and Wild Basin area in your application. If you have summited Longs Peak or hiked to Chasm Lake, please let us know.

Start Date - 2024-05-24

End Date - 2024-10-01

Activities include: Visitor Information

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1000 US Hwy 36Estes Park, CO 80517

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