Park Wilderness

One of the ways to gather together with people from Park is through our outdoor ministry, Park Wilderness. This ministry is led by volunteers and exists to plan and lead outdoor trips for our community. Many of us are excited to be outside and we believe there is so much value in disconnecting from busy life in order to connect with God and others in creation.

In specific seasons, we plan trips for all ability and experience levels. We have extra gear (tents, backpacks, etc) that we can provide, so don't let not having a few essentials hold you back from signing up. Overnight trips and Paddleboarding have a small cost associated with them and day hikes are free. If cost is an issue for any trips, please reach out as there are scholarships available that we’d love to give you.

Questions & Group Updates

If you are interested in learning more about Park Wilderness or receiving updates, please join our group on CCB (see button below). The Park Wilderness team would love to be a resource to anyone with general questions regarding all things wilderness, so please reach out! With any other questions, please feel free to email Keegan Borgias.

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Upcoming Trips

Winter Hike

Saturday, February 18 • 9am–4pm • Chicago Lakes Trail, Mt. Evans Wilderness, CO

Come hike with us! We’ll plan to hike 5-6 miles as an out-and-back. The trail is pretty well-used, so we do not expect to need snowshoes, although winter gear/boots and traction devices are strongly encouraged (e.g. micro-spikes). We hope you can come make memories, worship God, and enjoy the great outdoors with us! Please email Matt Lasek ( and/or Scott Hunter ( if you have any questions.


Full Trips and Past Trips

Easy Sunset Day Hike

Saturday, June 4 • South Table Mountain

Join us as we connect with others at Park, build community in nature, and watch the sunset together. Pets are not allowed on this hike.

Moderate Day Hike

Saturday, June 11 • Button Rock Dam

This hike will be considered moderate. If you are looking for a different level, we have other hikes this summer that are considered easy or difficult! Dogs are invited to this hike.

Family Car Camping Trip

Friday–Sunday, July 15–17 • Columbine Campground, Black Hawk, CO • $50/Adult, $10/Teen (12 and Under are Free)

Car camping with kids can be tricky. We know that while many would like to go camping as a family, sometimes the hardest part is simply making it happen! That’s why we’re organizing this trip with Park Wilderness. We chose Black Hawk because it has easy access and is only about an hour's drive away. Cost includes campsite and food (Friday dinner through Sunday breakfast). Pets are not allowed on this trip.


Difficult Hike & Camping Combo

Friday–Sunday, July 22–24 • Timber Creek (North of Grand Lake) • $50/adult

Cost covers all food and campsite expenses. Pets are not allowed on this trip.

Paddleboarding Trip

Saturday, July 30 • Bear Creek Lake Park (Big Soda Lake)

If you need to rent a paddleboard, you can designate and pay for that in the RSVP form below.

Front Range Backpacking Trip

Friday–Sunday, July 29–31 • Indian Peaks Wilderness • $50/adult

Cost covers food, permits, gear, and transportation. Pets are not allowed on this trip.

Women's Backpacking Trip

Friday–Sunday, August 12–14 • Lake Charles, Holy Cross Wilderness (Intermediate Route) • $50/adult

Cost covers food, permits, gear, and transportation. Pets are not allowed on this trip.

Idaho Springs Backpacking Trip

This Friday–Sunday, August 18–21 • Bear Tracks Lake, Mt. Evans Wilderness (Intermediate Route) • $50/adult

Cost covers food, permits, gear, and transportation. Pets are allowed on this trip!

Lake Granby Camping Trip

Friday–Sunday, August 26–28 • Arapaho Bay, Lake Granby • $50/adults

Cost covers all food and campsite expenses. This trip is for adults. If you're a family with kids, please sign up for our Family Camping trip in July! Pets are allowed on this trip.