Enjoy an easy 2-mile hike to see the White Rocks, an area so fragile and precious that it is ordinarily closed to visitation. This four-hour outing will include a geology story as seen in the rocks, an exploration of several microhabitats and a short cliff-top rest stop with views of mountains and plains. Join volunteer naturalist Bev Halwa in this unique natural area, home to Ricky Weiser for many years. Bring water and food as well as binoculars and sun, rain and mosquito protection. Long pants, gaiters for cheat grass, and sturdy boots are recommended for walking off-trail. All programs are limited to 15 participants. White Rocks are extremely popular but must accommodate small groups. Note: If you have been on a White Rocks hike before, please let others who have not had a turn register first. Meeting location will be provided when you register.
Minimum Participants: 5
Maximum Participants: 15
Registration is required for this activity.