One of the stunning features of Sierra Lago is just how dark it gets at night. Far from the light contamination of urban areas, the stars and moon are impressively clear, even with the naked eye. During our Night with the Cosmos activity, you will be able to use the telescope to take a closer look at the constellations and planets that make their transits across the heavens, as well as, the surface of the moon. Our guide will help you locate the planets that are visible and name the constellations that you can see.
This activity changes location and time depending on when and where the moon rises, as well as, the position of the most interesting planets - you will be informed by the activities team of the location each Thursday. Remember to bring a scarf for the cold and to protect your neck when looking upwards.