09:00 am - 03:00 pmEvent Category:Click to Register
Friends of Gold Butte
At the kiosk
Junction of Highway 170 & Gold Butte Rd.
Mesquite, NV, US
Join Steve Dudrow and the Friends of Gold Butte with a hike in beautiful Gold Butte National Monument. Let your eyes soak in the beauty of Gold Butte as we take a less often walked path. This is a moderate to easy hike of around 4 miles roundtrip to some pretty unique red rock formations, one looking like an A-Frame cabin, one like the Titanic and another a Mini-Dumbo the Elephant. We will enjoy walking mainly in washes and traverse one really cool narrow slot canyon. We will need to walk softly as in between washes there is quite a bit of biocrust.
You should bring plenty of water, lunch and snacks for yourself. Dressing in layers is best, as the desert can be both cold and warm during the course of the day at this time of year. Wear closed-toed shoes, sunscreen and a hat. We are requiring PPE when in close proximity of others, and please fill out and sign the release form before arriving at the Meetup.
You will need a high clearance vehicle, preferably 4WD. Due to Covid-19, we are not offering carpooling, so please be sure your vehicle is adequate and that you have plenty of fuel and are equipped to change a tire if need be.
Please, if you register for this hike and are unable to attend, take yourself off the “going” list and/or let one of the organizers know in sufficient time to let waitlisted people participate. We understand that last-minute things happen, but if possible be courteous and give at least 48 hours notice.