Spring in Tahoe

Riding the Truckee River Trail
In my last episode of the stirring drama which is the EnjoyTahoe blog, I talked about how bikers and cars could coexist in the bikers paradise that are the roads around Lake Tahoe during the busy summer months. In this post, I will talk about...Read more
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Share the Road
Road biking has become more popular then ever around Lake Tahoe over the past few years. With good reason, it’s an amazing place to ride. It’s May, so the roads and trails around Tahoe will soon fill up with road bikes trudging up Highway 267,...Read more
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A river runs through it
Big news! The Truckee River is once again running out of Lake Tahoe. On April 9th it inched it’s way above the 6223 foot natural rim, and began to slowly wind it’s way from the lake to the Truckee River Dam. Just a few days...Read more
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Amgen Tour Returns to Lake Tahoe
Several years ago The Amgen Tour of California, America’s most prestigious professional bike race, was scheduled for two days of competition near Lake Tahoe. A ride around the lake was the plan for one day, and the next day, the racers were to ride from...Read more
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The Wall
After a few bad winters in a row…and of course in Tahoe, bad means not much snow, this winter we finally received our due for snowfall. It has given skiers and other adventurers the opportunity to reacquaint themselves with those special winter places they haven’t...Read more
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The Winter Thaw
It happens just about every winter. Even the wonderful ones where the snow comes in early and heavy, like this one. High pressure settles in over the Pacific Ocean and a several week period of no snow and warm temperatures becomes the Tahoe reality. Many...Read more
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Four Spring Hikes
After a mild winter like this last one, most of Tahoe’s best hiking trails are already snow free and ready for you to enjoy. Try one of these beauties: Rubicon Trail: This 4.5 mile hike between Bliss State Park and Emerald Bay is one of...Read more
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Little Gems, Tahoe neighborhoods Tahoe Park
When you arrive in Tahoe City, you’ve reached the dividing line between Tahoe’s North Shore and West Shore. The North Shore begins with the drive through Tahoe City on Highway 28 and winds it’s way past Carnelian Bay, Agate Bay and Tahoe Vista to the...Read more
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Running the Rim Trail
Who say’s May is the off-season? It’s actually a fun time of year in Tahoe City. It’s getting warmer, the crowds are small, but there are lots of fun things to do. Check out these two events for example right in the middle of our...Read more
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