Full datetime event: 

Sunday, January 20, 2019From 3:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Register to see the event location


Maps = Check
Moon = Check
Moondancing = Check
Beers afterward = Check

We'll start off before dark, and hike for a total of 9–10 miles (depending on lake / moon viewing / star viewing time).

$ — The cost towards this experience is allocated for your National Geographic (Topographic) Trails Illustrated map.

If you have any questions, please contact Jeremy Goldsmith (info@jeremywgoldsmith.com)

Snow conditions on the road leading up to Jefferson Lake vary. Please make sure to bring snowshoes in case of deep snow.

You will receive a paper map and a location to meet after registration. As part of this experience, you'll receive no official guiding in the forest.

Consider your pack for winter activities!
Bring a "bigger" backpack for winter sports (to hold cold-weather gear)
(also consider a trash bag inserted as a liner to keep things dry)

• Bring snowshoes!
• High boot gaiters
• Neck Gaiter or Balaclava
• Microspikes or Yaktrax
• Snow baskets on your hiking poles
• Chemical hand/toe warmers
• Ties or bungies for attaching snowshoes to your pack
• Thermos with hot beverage/water
• "Sit Pad" for stopping/resting
• Water

Please bring the 10 essentials appropriate to the weather and a day (4 hour) trip:
• Sunglasses/sunscreen (eye/skin protection)
• Clothing Layers
• Headlamp/extra batteries
• Personal first aid kit
• Knife
• Extra food
• Compass (map provided)
• Fire starter kit
• Emergency shelter or bivy.
• Water— warm/hot drink

Mappy Hour assumes no responsibility for your safety, security, and enjoyment during this experience. By confirming registration, you agree to a "coordinated" snowshoe hike in the forest as a social group / social meetup.

Event refund policy

You can get a refund until 7 days before the event