Date & Time:Saturday 10/22/2022
1:00 pm-2:00 pm
Organizer:Southern Nevada Conservancy
Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway
About the Event
Sixty-six years ago, a plane crashed on Mount Charleston and wasn’t talked about until years later. Today we honor the lives lost in the crash on Mount Charleston and the other lives lost during the Cold War. Join an educator to learn about this historic event.
This program is approximately one and a half hours. Please check the weather and come prepared with sturdy, close-toed shoes, water, and sun protection. Any questions about this program can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Location
The program will meet at the Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway (the visitor center) and move to the Pack Rat trail. The Park Rat trail is a moderate 0.4-mile loop hike. Participants are encouraged to bring hiking poles, a backpack, 1 liter of water, snacks, and sunscreen. Closed-toed shoes and comfortable hiking clothes are recommended.
The Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway is located at 2525 Kyle Canyon Rd. For more information, see our visitor use map.
Please arrive at the Spring Mountain Visitor Gateway 10-15 minutes before the hike.
Go Mt. Charleston is looking for volunteers to lead this program; if you are interested, please contact us at email@example.com
*No registration is required for this program.