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Waterfalls & vistas at Van Sickle

Van Sickle Bi-State Park is one of the newer recreation areas at Lake Tahoe; it was established in 1989. At that time, Jack Van...

Galena Falls | High country waterfall & wildflowers

I’ve been told that the 2.5-mile jaunt along the Tahoe Rim Trail to Galena Falls is the busiest section of trail in the entire...

Emerald pools await at Silver Lake Potholes

Carved deep into polished granite is a chain of emerald pools that cascade sloping rock. These are the Silver Lake Potholes. Along the Silver...

Triple Crown | Webber Lake, Webber Falls & Lacey Meadows

If you ever want to cut loose from the summer crowds in Tahoe, drive 17 miles north of Truckee on State Route 89 to...

Hike into History | Cascade Lake & Falls

Summer may be getting long in the tooth, but after the wettest winter of record some streams and waterfalls are still running strong. By...

Carson City adventures | Waterfalls & hot springs

Sometimes a girl just needs some time in the dirt. After a winter of seemingly endless snow days and many days out enjoying the...

Spring in Tahoe

  Tahoe’s snowpack is likely to last until summer, and while many downhill resorts are closing soon, there’s still a lot to explore. Here are...

Chillin’ at Grover Hot Springs

Whether you've spent a bit too much time on the slopes or just need a day to unwind, Grover Hot Springs is the perfect...

Brockway’s Picnic Rock: Stellar views & history

One popular and accessible Tahoe hike or mountain bike ride is a segment of the Tahoe Rim Trail that starts on the east side...
incline flume trail

The East Shore’s other Flume Trail

If you’ve ever researched hiking or biking trails in North Lake Tahoe, it’s likely you’ve come across the Marlette Flume Trail. The well-documented trail...