Interpretive ranger programs are presented daily during the summer, generally from Memorial Day through Labor Day (late May to early September). The schedule is subject to change, so ask for details at the Visitor Center or check our online Event Calendar for details.
We will be offering the following programs for our National Park Service Centennial year (summer 2016):
- Guided Hike: Tower Trail - daily, 10:00 am, meet in the parking area - Join a ranger for a guided walk around the 1.3-mile Tower Trail. Wear comfortable walking shoes and be prepared for a 2-hour casual walk.
- Ranger Talks - daily, 12:00, 3:00 and 4:00 pm, meet in the parking area - Park staff deliver a 15-20 minute talk about a topic of their choosing. Themes include geology, rock climbing, cultural history and more.
- Evening Programs - daily, 8:30 pm, meet at the campground amphitheater - Park staff or guest speakers entertain and edify visitors about the park and its significance. Start times may adjust based on daylight. Guest speakers are scheduled for most Friday and Saturday nights through the summer (check the Event Calendar or the Visitor Center for more details).
- Climber's Coffee - every Sunday from July through September, 8:30 am, meet in the campground - Join our climbing rangers to learn more about this popular form of recreation at the park. No climbing experience necessary!