Tag Archives: hiking

Catching the peak of Fall Foliage in the Sierra Nevada

Science is cool and so are interactive maps. Thanks to some programming whiz kids at SmokyMountains.com and their use of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data (including historical and forecast temperatures and precipitation), historical leaf peak trends, and peak observation trends, travelers now have an online map that lets them in on the best […]

Top 5 things to look forward to in Lake Tahoe this spring

Lake Tahoe is enjoying abundance. Winter storms resulted in the wettest year on record in the Sierra Nevada. Here are some suggestions for enjoying spring’s bounty in South Lake Tahoe. Water, water, everywhere, and there’s plenty to drink, marvel at, and more. It’s time to play at Lake Tahoe. Water runs downhill and makes spectacular […]

Top hikes for waterfall viewing in Lake Tahoe

On the heels of an El Niño 450+ inch season, Lake Tahoe is full to the tip top, which means the roaring that you hear isn’t bears waking up after their winter hibernation. Nope. It’s the incredible waterfalls on full display. Everyone deserves a spring break and April/May is the perfect time to go chasing […]

Lake Tahoe: The Adventure Begins When You Step Outside

Sandy beaches, high mountain adventure, memories (and selfies) make up our employee summer experience at Lake Tahoe. Why keep our favorite hot spots a secret? Here’s how Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel staff spend their time away from work.   Heavenly gondola and zip rides: What better place for you to begin your sightseeing adventure than […]

Get Outside This Summer in Tahoe South

The great outdoors is calling! Whether you want to bike, hike, or play in the water, there is something for everyone. This summer, enjoy some of these activities around Lake Tahoe. Bring your bike or rent one from one of the many shops in town and hit the trails. Challenge yourself to a trek on […]