• Bristlecone Pine

    Great Basin

    National Park Nevada

Ranger Programs

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Lehman Caves Tours
Lehman Caves is a beautiful limestone cave ornately decorated with stalactities, stalagmites, helictities, flowstone, popcorn, and over 300 rare shield formations. Join a ranger for a Grand Palace or Lodge Room Tour and learn about the history and geology of this unique cave.

Click here for more details on cave tours, including ticket prices and tour times.

 
Campfire Program

Ranger Campfire Program

Evening Campfire Programs
Campfire programs are offered on selected nights Memorial Day to Labor Day at Upper Lehman Creek Campground. Program topics vary, covering subjects related to Great Basin National Park's cultural and natural resources. Programs last 40-60 minutes. Please come prepared with warm clothing and a lantern or flashlight.

 
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Great Basin's Night Sky

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Astronomy Programs
Join a park ranger for evening under the beautiful dark skies of Great Basin National Park. These events are scheduled every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday night in the summer and most Saturdays in spring and fall. Please see our Astronomy page for details.

Great Basin Bristlecone Pine

The Great Basin Bristlecone

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Lunch at the Bristlecones
Pack a lunch and meet a park ranger at the Bristlecone Grove along the Bristlecone Trail for a chat about these amazing trees. How do they survive in such a harsh environment? Selective days in the summer months at noon.

 
Kid's Program with Park Rangers

Join a Park Ranger for programs designed for younger visitors and their family

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Great Basin for Kids!
Great Basin National Park will be offering programs geared towards the younger visitor and their families. Programs will be offered most summer days at the Lehman Caves Visitor Center. Parents must accompany their children to this fun and exciting program! Check at either visitor center for topics and up-to-date information.

Did You Know?

Sagebrush

The Sagebrush, a very common resident of Great Basin National Park, is well adapted to the area. The Big Sagebrush root system can extend as much as 90 feet in circumference. This adaptation allows the plant to collect as much water as possible during infrequent rains.