Shhh… it’s a secret trail. And we’re doing it at night, during the full moon!
At its sight, this primal side of you might take over. Ever heard of the lunar lunacy effect or the Transylvania effect?
While I am happy to report that no one has transformed at HTXoutdoors on a full moon hike…YET, but we do believe in celebrating its beauty with a nice hike.
About the Trail:
We are hiking on an actual trail with hills! Yes, right here in Houston! This is not a pathed path which makes it interesting when you hike back at night, in the dark!
Experience Level: All Levels
Casual hike. We’ll go the pace of the group but this hike is more about meeting people than rushing to the end. About 22-23 minute miles.
What to bring:
- Headlamp or light source (the trees get thick so you’ll need it)
- Water! Summer is here, stay hydrated. It is also good practice to hydrate before your activity
- Bug Spray
- Wear long pants
- Wear sturdy shoes that are okay to get muddy
After the hike, we’ll pick a place and grab something to eat!
Bring a light source
Flash light, head lamp, phone light. It will be dark by the end of the hike. Bring a source of light.
Water is required!
Stay hydrated… it’s easy to forget to drink when it’s not that hot out.
Dogs-Friend for friendly dogs
If the temperature is less than 80 degrees, you can bring your dog. You must bring water and poop bags for your dog.
Adults only. No kids
We have other events that are appropriate for kids.
What happens if it is raining
We do not cancel before the day of the event and then we only cancel if it’s dangerous.
If it is raining a little, we will still go but we will alter the route. Hiking on wet trails
cause erosion and is expensive to fix. Trails are closed after heavy rains.
We will follow the rules for open / closed trails.
Leave No Trace
Put any empty bottles or trash in the garbage cans.
Do not throw garbage on the ground. No one is there to clean up after you.
Event Date & Time:
- Date: June 16, 2019
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Venue: Memorial Park - Rugby Fields