Twilight hike planned at Fort Mandan | News, Sports, Jobs – Minot Daily News

Sep 13, 2022
WASHBURN – A twilight hike at Fort Mandan State Historic Site in Washburn has been scheduled for Sept. 23 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The free tour is open to everyone and will be hosted by nationally certified interpreters who will guide participants from the Fort Mandan Visitor Center along the trail beside the Missouri River.
Visitors will have the opportunity to light the path using candles and lanterns provided by staff who will relate stories about the Lewis and Clark Expedition, the men’s journey up the Missouri River, their interactions with the Mandans and Hidatsas and their need to choose a fort site. At Fort Mandan, participants will have a guided tour through the fort, bringing the Corps of Discovery’s experiences to life. The rooms will be illuminated by fireplaces and punched tin lanterns to demonstrate how the men would have lived during the dark and cold winter evenings.
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