Now that the Reds Meadow Road is open again, there is a lot going on in the Valley. Here’s a summary of some of the events:
Weekly ranger-led walk to Devils Postpile: This one hour, one-mile walk includes topics such as wildlife, resource conservation, and the geology of the Devils Postpile formation. It begins every day at 11 a.m. at the Devils Postpile Ranger Station (shuttle stop #6).
Evening Campfire Programs: Join a ranger every Friday and Saturday night at 9 p.m. for a 45-minute program about one of the many things that makes Devils Postpile such an amazing place. Meet at the Devils Postpile amphitheater next to the Ranger Station.
Upcoming Evening Programs:
Friday, July 6, Destruction and Creation: The Power and History of Wildfires . Join a ranger to learn about the history of our relationship with fire throughout the ages and the effects it has on the wilderness today.
Saturday, July 7: Panning out the Postpile. Join a ranger to learn about the life and times of prospectors in and around Devils Postpile National Monument.
Friday, July 13: A River Runs Through It. Join a ranger to learn about how the life of a river intertwines with the life of our community.
Saturday, July 14: Panning out the Postpile. Join a ranger to learn about the life and times of prospectors in and around Devils Postpile National Monument.
Friday, July 20: Coyotes! Join a ranger to learn all about the animal that we love to hate and hate to love.