Full Moon Snowshoe Tour – January
by Denise Tran
(Tahoe City, CA, USA)
State Park Interpreters will be leading Full Moon Snowshoe Tours exploring the natural and cultural history around the Hellman-Ehrman estate and Lake Tahoe shoreline in Sugar Pine Point State Park. Few experiences are as magical as snowshoeing by the light of a full moon along the snow-covered Tahoe shore!
For those new to snowshoeing, on January 11, 2020, there will be a beginner’s clinic at 6:30pm. The Full Moon hike starts promptly at 7pm near the restrooms in the Day Use side of the park (lakeside entrance, east side of Highway 89).
The program lasts approximately 1½ hours and costs $40 per person for adults. Children 12 and under are $25. The cost includes snowshoe rentals, park entrance, guided hike, and guaranteed fun!
Wear warm, layered clothing and winter boots. This event is generously sponsored by West Shore Sports, and all proceeds from the tour benefit the Sierra State Parks Foundation’s educational programming.
All ticket sales are final. 50 person limit. Please check road closures (Hwy 89) and updates as needed. Visit the CalTrans website for up to date information on road conditions and closures at:
To check availability on the day of the event only, contact Sugar Pine Point State Park at 530-525-9528.
January 11, 2020 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Sugar Pine Point State Park, 7595 Hwy 89
Tahoma, CA 96142 United States