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Geology and Volcanology Interpretive Hike in Mammoth with Tess Irving-Ruffing – 8/7/2021
August 7 from 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Join Tess on a hike around Horseshoe Lake and learn more about the geologic history of the Lakes Basin and of Mammoth Mountain. You will learn about the basics of the formation of the Sierra Nevada Range, the history of local volcanic activity in the area, and other interesting geological facts that continue to impact the local natural and human environments.
- Where: Horseshoe Lake (Mammoth Lakes) (meet at the visitor’s sign) RSVP required
- When: start 10:00am (roughly 1-1.5 hrs)
- The Hike: 1.7 mi around Horseshoe Lake. 114ft elevation change
This hike is now full. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, e-mail Stewardship Director Alex Ertaud at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
About Tess:Tess grew up on the sunny beaches of San Diego. She attended college at UC Santa Barbara where she studied Physical Geography. She has a deep love for the ocean and initially thought she could never leave it. But once she stood at the top of the Mammoth Crest and looked west at the vast, breathtaking country, the Eastside had stolen her heart. Tess continues to be awestruck and humbled by the Sierra Nevada range. She has a passion to preserve the lands that have been so healing for her and is excited to do so with the Friends of the Inyo. In her free time Tess enjoys snowboarding, running, climbing, hiking and shooting pool at the local brewery.