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If your visit happens to be between March and November, you will be able to witness the Galactic Core (the central part of the Milky Way). The good news is if you are ready for bed after a big day of adventuring, the best time to see the Galactic Core is during “true night”— only 60-90 minutes after sunset. Snuggle into your sleeping bag and stay awake as long as you can because the sky will only become more intense as the night gets darker.
Do you need to plan ahead? No! For the length of human history, in every origin story, we have a shared experience of admiring and being awed by the brilliant night sky with nothing but our own two eyes.
But what if you’re a planner? Of course, there are things you can do to take your stargazing experience up a notch or two. How, you ask?
Ramblers is an excellent base for exploring Great Basin National Park as Beaver and Milford are two of the closest towns to this remote, natural wonder.
Taylor’s Crag is a perfect spot to enjoy some of the best climbing in the Ramblers. Right off the Paiute Trail, beginners and experts alike can enjoy this climbing crag.
About an hour from Beaver, this 65-acre alpine lake is located along SR-153 at an elevation of 9,672 feet. While it is a natural lake, a dam for irrigation storage enhances its capacity, which reaches a depth of 50 feet
With wide trails and abundant wildlife, Britts Meadow is in the Beaver River Canyon of the Tushar Mountains at the junction of Lake Stream and Hy Hunt Creek. From Britts Meadow you can hike to Big Flat, this hike is