Join the Thousand Islands Land Trust (TILT) on a night-time winter adventure perfect for curious, nature-loving kids and adults alike.
This hike will be led by Dr. Joshua Thomas, an Assistant Professor who teaches introductory astronomy and astrophysics and is the Director of Clarkson’s Reynolds Observatory. Dr. Thomas will bring out his telescope and invite all participants to take a turn gazing into space. With fun activities and a short hike through TILT’s Otter Creek Preserve and Nature Trail, we will learn all about the moon, stars, and planets in the night sky.
After the hike, get cozy by the fire and roast marshmallows for s’mores! Refreshments provided. Bring your own snowshoes or snow boots, and flashlights to guide your way.
This Trek is free and open to the public, and is perfect for families. Register in advance (so that we have enough marshmallows!) by calling 315-686-5345, emailing [email protected], or signing up here.