2014 is the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act and we want to show our love for this historic act on Valentine's Day by hosting a full moon snowshoe hike in our backyard wilderness, Mt. Rose.
We'll be kicking off the evening with some hot coco to warm our bellies, while regaling you with the wonderful tale of Mr. Zahniser and his intrepid Wilderness Act. We'll then start our lovely evening under the full moon, enjoying the solitude of Mt. Rose Wilderness.
Bring your Valentine and join us for an evening in wilderness you won't soon forget!
*Please bring your own snowshoes!*
We will be meeting at the Tahoe Meadows Interpretative Loop trailhead:
Tahoe Meadows trailhead parking lot on the east side of the road. Pit toilets are available, but water and garbage service are not. The trailhead for the Interpretive Loop is across the parking lot, south of the pit toilets. It is marked by an informational kiosk describing the trail. The Tahoe Rim Trail is marked by a kiosk to the west of the pit toilets. Additional parking is available on the east side of Mt. Rose highway, with access via stairs at three locations between 0.7 and 0.8 miles southwest of the trailhead parking lot.
Here it is on Google Maps: