So unfortunately it was a cloudy night and we weren't able to use the telescopes or binoculars. So here's what we got to do: walk up to a high point and watch the sunset. This was beautiful and we were able to capture some great photos. Then we went back to the visitor center and the group split in half. Half stayed there and the guide remotely accessed his telescope in Colorado and showed us how he takes pictures of nebulas and galaxies. The other half walked up to one of the telescopes and was able to get a behind the scene tour and talk to the people who run the telescope. Normally people don't get to go in there. So that was pretty cool to see. Then the groups switched so you did get to do both. We want to go back when it is not cloudy so we can actually use the telescopes ourselves. The guide said the best time to go is in April or May where there is little chance of rain. Also, go a few days before or after a new moon. That is when he said would be the best viewing. For dinner, they gave you a turkey sandwich on a croissant, a bag of potato chips, a granola bar, a cookie, and a bottle of water.