The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center in Divide, Colorado can be found on Lower Twin Rocks Road. There are one hour educational walking tours given through the facility. Visitors to the facility are promised a view of a wolf. The tours last anywhere from an hour to an hour and fifteen minutes average with visitors being asked to arrive a minimum of fifteen minutes prior to the start time for the tour.
The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center give tours all year long from Tuesday through Saturday at ten, twelve and two. During the spring and summer season there is an additional tour given at four in the afternoon. There are special private tours scheduled each day during the months of May to August at five in the evening for those with ten or more people in their groups. The facility requires those requesting tours to leave a contact number in the event that a scheduling conflict or emergency that would require rescheduling to occur.
Donations are used to run the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center so the facility requires that non-refundable fees of $10 each adult and $7 each child aged twelve and under be paid for the standard tour of the facility. The facility is non-profit which means that donations given are tax deductible so remember to get a receipt for the donation. There are VIP tours available at the facility as well.
The VIP tour at the center includes the standard tour and an extra half hour in the Ambassador Wolf enclosures. There is also a personal experience with the socialized wolves as a special volunteer during the day or your tour. The facility fee for the first two people is $150 and the fee up to six additional people is $50 in a friend or family group. The amount of space is limited during tours for be sure to inquire about the availability of VIP tours when making the reservations to ensure that the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center can accommodate your needs.
Guests at the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center must be at least eighteen years of age or older to participate. Those taking the tours should wear closed toed shoes or hiking boots and to leave jewelry at home. Those wishing to take the tour are required to sign a waiver of liability prior to taking the tour due to the risk involved with going in the enclosures with the wolves. Those with a handicap, that are pregnant, have medical devices or conditions cannot take the tour due to the risks. Due to the risk those that are elderly or extremely frail may not take the tour either because of the risks.
Those with a love of nature and wolves should visit the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center in Divide, Colorado. Additional information about the facility tours and programs offered can be obtained by contacting the center directly. Those wishing to tour the center should remember to leave a contact number in the event that their reservations need changing.