Olympic Telescope 2019 Schedule
Telescope Programs at Hurricane Ridge:
Dress warmly -- It can be cold at 5242 feet (1598 meters).
June 22 through July 8 beginning at 11:00 pm
July 20 - Special Lunar Program (see below)
July 21 through July 31 at 10:45 pm
August 1 through August 4 beginning at 10:30 pm
August 20 through August 22 beginning at 10:00 pm
August 23 and August 29 beginning at 9:45 pm
August 30 through September 2 beginning at 9:30 pm
Note: The Olympic Astronomical Society will be having their 22nd Annual OAS Hurricane Ridge Star Parties on June 29th, August 3rd, and August 31st, weather permitting. There will be more telescopes on the ridge, and most OAS members will be happy to have the public look through their telescopes!
Full Moon Hike to Hurricane Hill:
A 3 mile round trip hike. Meet at the Hurricane Hill trailhead.
The trailhead is a 1.5 mile drive beyond the Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center.
Please wear sturdy shoes. A constellation tour will occur at the top of Hurricane Hill.
The full moon hikes for 2019 have been cancelled. There is trail construction going on this summer, but look for Full Moon Hikes to return in 2020.
A special lunar observing program remembering the Apollo 11 landing 50th anniversary. The waning gibbous moon rises at 11:18 pm, so the program will begin at 11 pm.