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The mountains are shedding their winter coat, rivers are flowing with tasty fresh spring water, and wildflowers are making an appearance. It is spring in the Sierra Nevada’s. The air is refreshing, water is clean, snow is corny, and your soul is ready for rejuvenation. One can take in skiing and beaching in the same day; bike along the Truckee river; or take part in Lake Tahoe’s annual Winter Wondergrass beer and bluegrass festival. Spring in Lake Tahoe has a post card waiting for you.
There is no secret that the Tahoe/Truckee area is THE destination in California during the summer months. From endless relaxing beach and watersports days over the 2nd clearest and deepest freshwater lake in the U.S; overnight camping and backpacking through one of the various pristine wilderness areas; mountain biking along the famous Tahoe Rim Trail; rafting the trout-filled Truckee River; beating your friends in a round of golf; or simply stealing away from your normal life for California sunshine and venturesome vibes, we have it all.
The days are getting shorter in the Sierra Nevada. The air is crisp and refreshing, the forests are vibrant with the various costumes of autumn, and our bears are fattening up for winter. The alpine glow sits high in the Sierra’s medieval peaks at sunset, displaying a pink hue that speaks to one’s soul–maybe even whispering the encouragements of a new adventure. Summer has passed, yet the adventure is still endless. From world class mountain biking and backpacking; glorious sunset viewings; to the famous Salmon spawn, the adventure doesn’t end, it simply turns over a new leaf.
Winter in the Truckee Tahoe area could be considered a wonder of the world. The High Sierra hosts beautiful snow-covered peaks with indescribable views, ancient snow blanketed trees aged older than your favorite wine, marvelous valleys, high alpine meadows, and frozen ecosystems, which invite nothing but adventure. Whether you wish to ski one of the 14 resorts around the lake; snowshoe in the Tahoe National forest; or simply enjoy the nightlife and foodie vibe; the high Sierra discriminates no one and can only provide fun…especially for those who look.