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Love to play in the snow? Want to learn more about winter in the San Juans? Join SJMA and Mountain Studies Institute for our special winter hike series, Snow Science & Social! Back by popular demand, these snowshoe hikes are a great opportunity to explore the snowy landscape and learn more about winter in the San Juans.
Our education team will host snowshoe interpretive hikes from 1-3 pm, then welcome you back to our new mobile basecamp in the Andrews Lake Winter Parking Lot for a bonfire, hot drinks, and good conversation. And a special treat, this day ONLY, pastries will be provided by Bread! Topics will include forest ecology, watersheds, climate change, and the future of snowpack in the San Juans. These popular events are FREE to the public, but REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
February 19, 2023
12:30 pm: SJMA staff arrive
1:00 – 3:00 pm: Winter interpretive hike
3:00 pm: Social fun with a hot beverage, bonfire, and good company
SJMA’s new mobile basecamp at Andrews Lake Winter Parking Lot
Free, $10 donations very appreciated
For more information, check out our Information and Activity Guide: Climate Change, Forest Health and the Future of Snow in the San Juan Mountains.
A huge thank you to our partners, Mountain Studies Institute and Bread!