Spooky Night Hike!

We returned from our trip, Spooky Night Hike!, on Friday, October 21 2016.

Warmish weather for this time of year, a surplus of hot chocolate, and some seriously spooky stories combined to make this trip a lot of fun. It's awfully fun when the kids go totally silent in suspense during the story telling, and then pretend they weren't scared as we talk on the way back to the trailhead. Thanks to Grant and Michael for the spooky stories. Drew, Carmen, and Guy shuttled our lucky group of thirteen. And thanks to Carmen and Hana for snagging the munchies. 

Trip departure and return dates and time: 
Friday, October 21 2016 5:30 PM to 11:00 PM
Trip Description: 

This ever-popular outing is magic. Spooky stories told in an creepy cabin in the Indian Peaks Wilderness make this outing worth staying up late. Hot chocolate and snacks keep us fueled and warm even when there's already snow on the ground. 

Main Activities: 
Difficulty Rating: 
Max Number of Youth Participants: 
Min Number of Youth Participants: 
Age/ grade level(s): 
Elementary (4-5)
Middle (6-8)
High School (9-12)
Destination & Safety Info: 

Nederland & Indian Peaks Wilderness

Hospital Name, Address and Phone: 
Boulder Community Foothills Hospital, 4747 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder, CO 80303; 720-854-7854
[West side] Middle Park Medical Center 1000 Granby Park Drive South, Granby, CO 80446 *Urgent Care Facility* 970-887-5800
County Name and Sherrif's Phone Number: 
Boulder County, 303-441-4444
Sierra Club Outings Phone: 
Land Use Agency Name, Address and Phone: 

Rooselvelt National Forest, Boulder Ranger District, 2140 Yarmouth Ave, Boulder, CO 80301; 303-541-2500

Boulder County Open Space & Recreation; 303-678-6222

Sulphur Ranger District (national forest lands in Grand County), 9 Ten Mile Drive P.O. Box 10 Granby, Colorado 80446. 970-887-4100

State Patrol District and Phone : 
Colorado State Patrol District 1; 303-688-3115
Colorado State Patrol District 3; 970-506-4999
Emergency Services Number(s):