Ask a Ranger

Ranger stands on paved hiking trail facing the camera with hands on hips. Green trees in background.
Ranger Alex standing proudly on the cave trail
Timpanogos Cave National Monument's free distance learning programs offer students an exciting introduction to the science behind the park.

Ask a Ranger provides an opportunity for your classroom to interact with a Timpanogos Cave park ranger through a live and interactive lesson via the Internet. Students will prepare questions ahead of time and spend 30-60 minutes with the ranger discussing Timpanogos Cave geology, biology, conservation and human history, as well as what it's like to be a Park ranger and work for the National Park Service. Program length depends on how many questions the students prepare and the time restraints of the class.

Program Preparation:
Please have your students prepare thoughtful questions prior to your scheduled program. Questions can be e-mailed in advance.

To Register:
Please fill out the registration form. A ranger will get back to you within 5-10 business days to confirm the program and set up a final date.

Prior to registration please read about the requirements for connecting to Timpanogos Cave and if you have any questions please contact our Distance Learning Coordinator Annie Brantley via e-mail or by phone. (801)756-5239 ext. 212.

National education standards for this program will vary widely based on the questions the students prepare.

After the program, please participate in our online program evaluation to help us improve our educational efforts.

Last updated: February 15, 2017

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