The latest newsletter from the Continental Divide Land Trust is hot off the presses

Moon set over the Tenmile Range via The Summit County Citizens Voice
Moon set over the Tenmile Range via The Summit County Citizens Voice

Click here to read the latest newsletter. Here’s an excerpt:

Full Moon Tour under September’s Harvest Moon Moon

Come enjoy an evening with CDLT under September’s Full Harvest Moon. September’s moon is also the largest supermoon of the year and even graces us with a total lunar eclipse.

Date: Sunday, September 27, 2015
Time: 6p.m.-8p.m.
Place: Cobb & Ebert Placer
Price: $10 Suggested Donation
Naturalists: Rachel Winkler, and Kim Dufty
Register: Call (970) 453-3875, or email info@cdlt.org

Directions to Cobb & Ebert Placer:
From County Road 450 or Wellington Road proceed east to French Gulch Road. Continue east for about 4 miles to the parking area with USFS Trailhead signs.

Trail Info:
This is an easy to moderate hike. Families are welcome, although it is not necessarily recommended for children under 10. Sorry, no dogs on this outing please.

What to Bring and Additional Info:
-Please bring water, snacks, hiking shoes, layers of clothes, walking poles (if you want)
-Dress warmly. Temperatures will drop as the night progresses.
-If we cancel due to weather, we will try to let everyone know by noon that day.

For more information contact Rachel at info@cdlt.org, or (970) 453-3875

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