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Junior Ranger Program

Welcome to the Friends of Alta Junior Ranger Kids page! Just like Alta, there’s a lot to explore here.


Alta Summer Map

Don't get lost. Get a trail map and find hiking trail descriptions, summer amenity locations and environmental stewardship information.

Junior Ranger Program

Junior Rangers are important people because they help park rangers protect plants, animals, rocks and historic sites. Junior Rangers learn that Alta needs to be protected now and in the future.


Would you like to become a Friends of Alta Junior Ranger? Pick up a book for free at Alta Environment Center, at Friends of Alta offices, or purchase one online. You can also click on the link below and download the book.

In Person Locations: 

  • Alta Environmental Center - Summer Road Fee Booth, the Camp Store in Albion Basin, and Skier Services at the Wildcat Base.

  • Friends of Alta Offices - 10201 E Hwy, Alta, UT 84092 - Only available during office hours.

  • Snowpine Lodge Front Desk, 10420 Little Cottonwood Rd Suite #1, Alta, UT 84092

  • Alta Lodge Giftshop, 10230 UT-210, Alta, UT 84092                                                     

Junior Ranger Book

Junior Ranger Activity Book - Summer
Snow Ranger Activity Book - Winter

Business Sponsors

Thank you to all of our amazing business sponsors for this program! We couldn't have done it without you.

Alta Enviro Center

Alta Environmental Center


Snowpine Lodge

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Central Wasatch Commission

Cirque Series

Alta Lodge
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Visit Salt Lake

Other Programs

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Every Kid Outdoors

Did you know that every fourth-grader and their family can get FREE access to hundreds of parks, lands, and waters for a whole year? For more details about Every Kid Outdoors and to get your pass.

Kids for Peace

At Home Activity by National Park Service

Even when you're not in a park, you can enjoy a variety of activities that bring the stories, environments, and delights of our national parks to life. From analyzing cultural resources and identifying wildlife to putting scientific ideas into action and recording your own histories, parks across the country offer opportunities for hands-on learning at home.

Enjoy some activities that the National Park Service has created at home!


Thank you for completing the Junior Ranger Activity Book!
Written and interpreted by Friends of Alta staff.

The purpose of Friends of Alta is to protect our natural resources for generations to come.
We partner with local, state and national agencies, nonprofit
organizations and individuals who share a commitment to conservation.
Friends of Alta operates entirely on contributions from donors like you! Any
donation makes a huge difference. Thank you for your support!

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