The moon didn't appear but we had nineteen participants show up for a great snowshoe at night. We anticipated rain but we had a wonderful evening with two separate trips lead by Mary Ann and Alexander.
Each trip took the participants about ninety minutes to complete with distances of 3.7 to 4 km respectively.
The trails are different once the sun goes down and I highly recommend a trip at night!
The shorter 3.7 route was signed earlier that day by Michael and Annalee and we plan on leaving the white and red poles in place until after the February 24th Moonlight Snowshoe and Ski.
Note the green signs will be removed and then put back up for the February Moonlight Event