March 31st, 2019

Join us for an early morning snowshoe hike at Diamond Peak Ski Resort on Sunday, March 31st as part of the Luggi Foeger Uphill/Downhill Festival

This short and scenic hike will take you part way up Diamond Peak as Tahoe Institute for Natural Science (TINS) naturalist, Sarah Hockensmith discusses winter ecology concepts and the survival strategies and adaptations employed by animals from the Lake Tahoe Region. After the hike, grab some breakfast from Base Lodge Provisions and learn more about our wildlife and ecosystems in Diamond Peak's Fireside Room. 

The hike is free (with a suggested donation to TINS) and snowshoes are available to rent from TINS for $10. Coffee will be provided and food will be available for purchase. Pre-registration is required. Please pre-register by March 27th. 


The 1-mile hike (2-miles round trip) will take you up Diamond Peak's Freeway trail from the Base Lodge up to the water towers located at the top of Popular. 

  • 7:15am - 7:30am: Check in & sign waiver
  • 7:30am - 8:30am: Guided hike 
  • Interactive presentation and coffee following hike in the Fireside Room (upper level of Diamond Peak's Base Lodge). Food available for purchase. 

Check out the full Luggi Foeger Uphill/Downhill Festival Schedule on the event page:

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