SNOWSHOE THROUGH HISTORY
Park: Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point SP
California State Park Interpreter will be leading a Snowshoe Through History hike along Lake Tahoe’s magical west shore at Ed Z’Berg Sugar Pine Point State Park on Saturday February 18, 2012. This easy and fun tour explores the parks’ spectacular lakefront and the grounds of the historic Hellman-Ehrman Estate. Learn about the natural environment that attracted Tahoe’s earliest settlers and explore the fascinating history of this Tahoe landmark.
The Snowshoe Through History hike starts at 11am and begins near the restrooms in the Day Use side of the park (lake side entrance off Highway 89). The programs last approximately 1½ hours. The program is free. There is a parking fee of $8 per vehicle. Bring water, snacks and your own snowshoes, or rent snowshoes at a local sporting goods shop such as West Shore Sports in Homewood. Weather conditions may cancel, so please call 530 525 9528 to confirm if foul weather has moved into the area.
For more information, and an expanded schedule of the winter activities offered by California State Parks, can be found at www.parks.ca.gov under Ed Z’Berg Sugar Pine Point State Park.
For information: 530.525.9528 OR 530.525.7232
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