Introduction to Snowshoeing

Introduction to Snowshoeing*
Saturday, January 13
Saturday, January 27
Saturday, February 24
Time: 9:00 AM
Meet: Park Office
Registration required.


Join park staff for a learn-to-snowshoe program! We’ll learn the parts of a snowshoe, how they work, and go on a short snowshoe hike. Participants should dress in waterproof shoes, layers and avoid cotton like blue jeans or sweatpants. Snow pants or rain pants will keep you warmer and drier!

*If there is not at least 6” of snow, we’ll go on a short hike instead.

1/3/18 UPDATE: we do not expect to have sufficient snow on January 13th, so we will not be using the snowshoes.

1/12/18 UPDATE: There is not currently any snow on the ground. Instead of snowshoeing on January 13, we will offer a short hike. However, the weather forecast shows a wintry mix in the morning. There are two other opportunities for this program: January 27 and February 24. Please note that we are not cancelling tomorrow’s program at this time, but may do so if conditions become unsafe in the morning.

Saturday, January 27 at 9:00am

More dates through February 24, 2018

Nescopeck State Park
1137 Honey Hole Road, Drums, PA 18222

Bureau

State Parks

Categories

Get Outdoors PA

Outdoor Activities

Hiking and Walking, Snowshoeing

Region

East

Target Audience

Senior Citizens, Families

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