For every season in Tahoe there is a different reason to be outside enjoying what nature and this area brings to us. In winter, the fluffy white snow brings us outside to ski, sled, snowshoe or build a snowman. The spring brings us outside to enjoy the tacky trails for mountain biking, the fresh blooming flowers and the warm sun. The summer holds endless beach days, boating, camping and swimming. In Tahoe, fall is the perfect time of year to head up into the mountains for a day hike. One of my favorite Tahoe hikes is the Mount Tallac trail. This trail is located on the south side of Lake Tahoe just past Emerald Bay, about 5 miles if you are heading south on HWY 89. Click here to read more.
Did you know?
Freel Peak, 10,881 feet above sea level is the highest peak that borders Lake Tahoe’s shores.