Lassen Offering Ranger-Led Snowshoe Hike Under February’s Full Moon

Embrace the glow of February’s full moon, famously known as the Snow Moon, by joining a unique snowshoe hike on February 24th at 5:30 pm in Lassen Volcanic National Park. This ranger-led journey promises an invigorating 2-mile trek around the scenic landscapes starting from the Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visitor Center. Participants will delve into the fascinating evolution of human understanding of the moon, making for an enlightening outdoor adventure.

Interested adventurers are encouraged to secure their spot by emailing, as the program has a limited capacity of 25 participants. To ensure a place on this moonlit exploration, reach out before February 21st. A waitlist will be available for those who miss the initial registration.

To partake in this special snowshoe hike, attendees must adhere to a set of guidelines designed to enhance the experience for everyone involved:

  • Children aged nine and younger are not permitted.
  • Hiking boots or snow boots in good condition are required for your safety and the safety of the whole group. Snowshoes are provided.
  • White light flashlights, headlamps are not allowed to be used during the hike (you may bring them for later use). Red light flashlights and headlamps are permitted as necessary. Flash photography may be permitted under key restrictions.
  • Bring bottled drinking water, a winter coat and other warm layers (gloves, scarf, hat) – nighttime temperatures are cold.
  • Due to snow covered trails, this activity is not wheelchair accessible.

Be aware that adverse weather conditions may lead to the cancellation of this event. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with nature and learn more about the moon under the serene and snowy night sky.

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