Lake Tahoe and the surrounding area offer endless activities and opportunities to unwind and take in the beauty of the Sierras. From rustic cabins in the towering pines to luxurious suites with all the amenities, Tahoe has a variety of lodging options that can accommodate any needs or tastes.
There is no wrong time to visit the Lake Tahoe area. If you’d like to avoid the summer and winter crowds, there's still plenty to see and do so consider spending some time here in the fall. The air is a bit cooler, there's substantially less traffic, and the Aspens are changing. You'll have hiking trails, beaches and local hangouts all to yourself, and as an added bonus rates are generally cheaper for lodging and activities. Check out this list of some of our favorite fall activities to do around the Lake Tahoe.
Fall is one of the best times to hit the trails in the Tahoe area. The Aspens are golden, the air is cooler, and the crowds are fewer. No matter your skill level, there's a trail for you. Before the snow hits check out these rides.
Fall colors will peak in the next few weeks on mountain trails, and the clock is ticking before the cool fall weather turns to snow! Take a look at some of our favorite fall Lake Tahoe hiking trails and get out there and 'Take a Peak!'
Looking for a new running trail? CA89 associate (marathoner and triathlete) Cortney Hadley shares her favorite trails around north Lake Tahoe.