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Mammals of the Eastern Sierra at Rock Creek with Lindsay Butcher – 9/16/22
September 16 from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Take a stroll along the Upper Rock Creek Canyon trail with Lindsay and learn about the major mammals of the Eastern Sierra Nevada.
If you’re lucky, you might even see a critter or two!
This hike is a moderate 2 miles of trail that wanders beside the creek, beyond the East Fork campground.
It starts at the day use parking lot at about 8,300ft elevation and gradually climbs a few hundred feet before turning back around.
When: hike starts at 9:00 and will wrap up around 11:30-12:00, just in time to grab a bite at Rock Creek Lake Resort.
Bring sturdy shoes, snacks, water, hat, sunglasses, binoculars if you use them and any other essentials for a few hours of hiking.
Space on this hike is limited to 12 folks. RSVP below today to secure your spot!
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