September 14, 2019
1:00pm - 5:00pm
Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, 25 Lewis & Clark Caverns Rd, Cardwell
Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park encompasses over 3,000 acres of rich geologic history. Gain insight into a whole new side of the park on this field trip through the hills surrounding the park. Although the London Hills are relatively young, their upheaval exposed tales of the past dating back over a billion years. Discover stories of mountains being thrusted up from flat plains, inland seas teeming with life, and volcanoes blanketing everything in thick ash. Unveil secrets previously buried deep underground and understand why geologists far and wide come to study the rocks of the park.
Space is limited, $4 per person, registration is required, call 406-287-3541.
No prior knowledge of geology is necessary as all concepts discussed on the field trip will be introduced in the beginning. However, this event is not recommended for children under 15, minimum age limit of 13. Meet at the Main (lower) Visitor Center. A vehicle is required to drive from one stop to another and some light walking will be involved.