Be Prepared: What to Bring and Wear

We do not permit food, beverages, firearms, or pets in our museums. Service dogs as approved by the Americans with Disabilities Act are permitted, however, emotional support, comfort, or companion pets are not allowed.

WHAT TO WEAR: Be prepared to walk in variable conditions from May-November. We recommend several layers, a hat, sunscreen, and comfortable walking shoes. Be prepared to walk in winter conditions from December-April. We recommend warm layers (snow pants, winter jacket, mittens/gloves, and hat), sunscreen, and warm boots.
WHAT TO BRING: Guests should bring water.

WHAT TO WEAR: Be prepared to walk in variable conditions from May-November. We recommend several layers, a hat, sunscreen, and comfortable walking shoes. Be prepared to walk in winter conditions from December-April. We recommend warm layers (snow pants, winter jacket, mittens/gloves, and hat), and warm boots.
WHAT TO BRING: Guests should bring water.

WHAT TO WEAR: Be prepared to walk in variable conditions. We recommend several layers, a hat, and sneakers.
WHAT TO BRING: Guests should bring water.

WHAT TO WEAR: We require closed-toe shoes and recommend layers, a hat, and sunscreen.
WHAT TO BRING: Guests should bring water.

WHAT TO WEAR: Be prepared to hike in variable conditions from May-November. We recommend several layers, a hat, sunscreen, and sturdy boots or sneakers. Be prepared to hike in winter conditions from December-April. We recommend warm snow clothes (snow pants, winter jacket, mittens/gloves, hat), sunscreen, and sturdy, waterproof boots.
WHAT TO BRING: Guests should bring water, a snack, and a small backpack or fanny pack. We provide snowshoes in the winter.

WHAT TO WEAR: Be prepared to hike in variable conditions from June-October. We recommend several layers, a hat, sunscreen, and sturdy boots or sneakers.
WHAT TO BRING: Guests should bring water, a snack, and a small backpack or fanny pack.