Non-Profit Workshops and Educational Groups

Hosting a workshop or educational group at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory is an experience the attendees will not soon forget! We make it easy with all-inclusive dining, housing, and space rental packages. 

MtnClim 2018 Workshop photo 2 by Gesa Michel

Non-profit groups of less than 30 attendees are considered workshops. RMBL makes it easy for these smaller groups and can design a program that supports their housing, dining, and meeting space needs. 

 

Meeting Spaces

RMBL has a variety of meeting spaces and configurations for your group, from a large lecture hall, classroom-style spaces, break-out rooms, and a fully equipped conference room.

Lodging

Experience field station life in the historic townsite of Gothic, CO. We have many housing options available for use by groups. Cabins range from very rustic, with no running water or heat, to very comfortable with full kitchens and indoor bathroom facilities.

Dining

RMBL has a commercial kitchen and dining hall serving 3-meals a day during the prime research season. Workshop groups can enjoy dining among scientists and researchers at the billy barr Community Center.

Should the dining hall not be open during your workshop, RMBL also has a catering kitchen where groups can easily cook and prepare meals together.

Travel to Gothic, CO

Conference participants may fly into the Gunnison/Crested Butte airport, which is approximately one hour away. Other regional airports include Denver (4 to 5-hour drive), Colorado Springs (4-hour drive), Grand Junction (3-hour drive), and Montrose/Telluride (2-hour drive).
Shuttle companies such as Alpine Express or Dolly’s Mountain Shuttle can provide transportation from the airport to Gothic.
For more details on getting to Gothic, visit our website here:

https://www.rmbl.org/field-station-info/getting-here/

Pricing

Workshops generally have a flat, per person rate of $110 per day for dining, lodging, and station use fees. Use the contact form to find out more about our pricing structure.