Fall is a Great Time to Experience Lake Tahoe
|While Lake Tahoe is known for its summer and winter adventures, the fall is the area's secret season. The crowds have dispersed and the trails have calmed, but the breathtaking views of the area have remained the same. |
The waters may be a bit brisk and the air a bit crisp, but bundle up and the adventure of fall Kayaking on Lake Tahoe can be quite rewarding. The shores offer pops of fall colored foliage while the waters are calmer with less boat traffic.
Lake Tahoe boasts some of the most picturesque biking trails with options for all skill levels. The scenic Flume Trail is great for advanced riders looking to be challenged while single tracks on the North Shore offer an escape into the woods adorned with the blazing fall foliage. For those novice riders looking for a biking tour of the Lake Tahoe area, the Truckee River Bike Path is a also a great alternative, snaking along the river lined with the changing leaves of surrounding aspens.
If you opt to experience the area by foot, many Lake Tahoe hiking trails feature a whole new take on the iconic views. Gorgeous evergreens and pops of fiery aspens lining the tails showcase new scenic sights. No matter where you are staying in the Tahoe area, a hiking trail is never too far away. Not to mention, the area doesn't just offer a variety of trails, but a variety of sights as well ranging from alpine and panoramic Lake Tahoe views, as well as lush aspen groves giving a sense of seclusion.
Ready to experience Lake Tahoe in fall? Give us a call or visit our site to see the many available adventures in the area.