Posted on 26 June 2012 by dubs
Looking to switch up your typical 4th of July routine? Getting sick of lighting off weak-ass (yet still somehow super expensive) fireworks in your driveway? Think about joining REI on a night hike to the Castle Peak area where you can see firework displays at Donner Lake, Truckee and possibly even Lake Tahoe, all while enjoying the Sierra Nevada Wilderness. You’ll strap on headlamps and head up to a vista point where you will eat a big meal and wait for the fireworks shows to begin. After the grand finales, the small group (limited to 12 people) will make its way back down the trail through the dark listening to owls and learning about other nocturnal animals as well as the constellations overhead. Transportation and meal included for $90 for REI members and $110 for nonmembers. For more information call the Roseville REI store at (916) 724-6750 or visit their website at Rei.com/stores/74.
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