Explore the Fall Foliage Around Lake Tahoe
The Lake Tahoe area delivers diversity in its marked biking trails, many ideal for enjoying the fall foliage. The Truckee River Bike Path extends from Tahoe City through Squaw Valley, snaking along the scenic Truckee River. The paved bike path is perfect for a leisurely bike ride for all ages with exquisite views of the changing aspen leaves.
Kicking it up a notch, the North Tahoe Single Track offers classic views as you peddle through a large network of mellow, rolling dirt roads. The trail takes you deep into aspen groves presenting punches of golden yellows with a feeling of seclusion.
For those advanced riders, there's no replacing the scenery from above at 7,500 ft on the Lake Tahoe Flume Trail. With beautiful aerial overlooks of Lake Tahoe, the panoramic sights from the top of intermixing fall foliage with evergreens deliver a rewarding prize for this strenuous mountain bike tour.
For those opting to take in the Lake Tahoe fall foliage by foot, a hiking trail is never too far from where you are staying. Spooner Lake located on the east shore is great for escaping into the woods surrounded by year-round scenic sights that are only heighted with beauty by the changing fall colors of the surrounding aspens. Alternatively, hiking Shirley Lake near Squaw Valley will take you on a journey over granite boulders offset by sparks of the fall leaves scattered throughout.
As Lake Tahoe plays host to scenic views and seemingly endless ways of enjoying them, Tahoe Adventure Company takes prides in offering human-powered adventures that are sure to leave a lasting impression. Visit us online or give us a call to learn how you can enjoy Lake Tahoe's fall by taking a tour with us.