Lake Tahoe

California, United States
 (16 votes, 16 reviews)
Lake Tahoe is a large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada mountains of the United States. It is located along the border between California and Nevada, west of Carson City, Nevada. Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America.[2] Its depth is 1,645 ft (501 m) making it America's second-deepest, (Crater Lake, in Oregon, being the deepest at 1945 feet (594 m) deep).   The lake was formed about 2 million years ago and is a part of the Lake Tahoe Basin with the modern lake being shaped during the Ice Ages. It is known for the clarity of its water and the panorama of surrounding mountains on all sides.[3] The area surrounding the lake is also referred to as Lake Tahoe, or simply Tahoe. Lake Tahoe is a major tourist attraction for both California and Nevada. It is home to a number of ski resorts, summer outdoor recreation, and tourist attractions. Snow and skiing are a significant part of the area's economy and reputation.[4][5] Mountain and lake scenery are attractions throughout the year. The Nevada side also includes large casinos. Highways provide year-round access from Reno, Carson City and Sacramento.

Trails

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Negro Canyon Overlook
Negro Canyon Overlook in Tahoe Donner
Easy
2.0 mi/
3.2 km
Robbs Peak and Hut
Robbs Peak Overnight Ski and Snowshoe
Easy
2.9 mi/
4.7 km
Echo Lakes & Desolation Wilderness, Lake Tahoe
What better way to begin a hike than skimming across the crystal clear alpine waters of Echo Lakes ..
Easy
6.0 mi/
9.7 km
Waterhouse Peak Ski Tour
Lake Tahoe Backcountry Skiing
Moderate
2.5 mi/
4.0 km
Maggies Peaks
Maggies Peaks overlook the rapturous blue waters of Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe, Granite Lake and Desolation Wilderness.
Moderate
3.0 mi/
4.8 km
Lake Winnemucca from Carson Pass via Pacific Crest Trail
Excellent moderate hike at Sierra crest southwest of Lake Tahoe
Moderate
5.0 mi/
8.0 km
Mt Judah & Donner Peak, Tahoe National Forest
Scale two great Northern Sierra peaks in just one short day-hike.
Moderate
5.5 mi/
8.9 km
Castle Peak
One of the easiest peaks (9100') to hike in the Tahoe area and is easily doable as a day hike from the Bay Area.
Moderate
5.8 mi/
9.3 km
Castle Peak, Tahoe National Forest
Whether you're approaching on foot, in snowshoes or on cross-country skis this is a great sierra adventure for all.
Moderate
6.5 mi/
10.5 km
Loch Leven Lakes, Tahoe National Forest
High alpine lakes aplenty in the Tahoe National Forest.
Moderate
8.0 mi/
12.9 km
Lake Aloha Hike
A long hike from Echo Lake past several lakes to a great swimming spot in Lake Tahoe's beautiful Desolation Wilderness
Moderate
11.7 mi/
18.8 km
D.L. Bliss and Emerald Bay, Southwest Shore of Lake Tahoe
Two parks in a day: D.L. Bliss and Emerald Bay State Parks
Moderate
13.2 mi/
21 km
Paradise Lake
An overnight backpacking trip along the Pacific Coast Trail in Truckee, California.
Moderate
15.0 mi/
24 km
Blackwood Canyon, Ellis Peak 4x4 Road, California
Fun SUV trip to beautiful high views of Lake Tahoe
Moderate
21 mi/
33 km
Hell Hole Reservoir 4x4 Trail, California
Short, difficult descent to scenic reservoir
Difficult
3.9 mi/
6.3 km
Marlette Lake Direct
Awesome views of Lake Tahoe and Marlette Lake, and only 5 miles round trip.
Difficult
5.2 mi/
8.4 km
Barrett Lake 4x4 Trail, California
Outstanding hardcore trail to a beautiful mountain lake
Difficult
5.8 mi/
9.3 km
Mt. Ralston Peak, Lake Tahoe
The thigh-burner of Lake Tahoe, Mt. Ralston rewards intrepid day-hikers with stunning mountain overlooks.
Difficult
7.0 mi/
11.3 km
Freel Peak from Armstrong Pass
Traverses the path of the Tahoe Rim Trail from Armstrong Pass and then up the scree to awesome vistas.
Difficult
10.2 mi/
16.4 km
Hike the Pacific Crest Trail from Echo to Carson
Strenuous from either direction, this hike connects hwy 50 to hwy 88. Waterfalls, volcanic rock and wildflowers abound.
Difficult
13.5 mi/
22 km
Backpacking in Desolation Wilderness
A trek through Lake Tahoe's Desolation Wilderness past Velma Lake, Fontanillis Lake, Dicks Lake, and Eagle Lake
Difficult
13.8 mi/
22 km
Donner Pass to Squaw Valley on the Pacific Crest Trail
Classic North Tahoe hike along the crest of the Sierra Nevada
Difficult
17.5 mi/
28 km
Rubicon 4x4 Trail, California
Perhaps the best known 4x4 trail in the world
Difficult
20 mi/
33 km

Donner Memorial State Park

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
The Nature Trail - Donner Memorial State Park
Take a short walk along this interpretive trail to learn about the wildlife and plants in the area
Easy
0.8 mi/
1.3 km
Donner Lake & Memorial State Park
Enjoy an easy lakeside stroll or snowshoe in the Tahoe National Forest.
Easy
3.5 mi/
5.6 km

Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Historic Hellman-Ehrman Mansion Tour
Travel back to the late 1800s to learn about one of the wealthiest Californians who built this beautiful estate
Easy
1.1 mi/
1.8 km
The Dolder Nature Trail
A relaxing hike near the lake shore with a visit to the highest operating navigational lighthouse and a sandy beach
Easy
2.1 mi/
3.4 km
General Creek Trail to Lily Pond at Sugar Pine Point State Park
Hike along the historical 1960 Olympics Cross Country Skiing Trail and explore Lily Pond
Easy
5.1 mi/
8.2 km

Mount Rose Wilderness

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Tahoe Meadows Interpretive Loop
Subalpine meadow teeming with flowers and wildlife... ideal for a quick, flat hike with the entire family
Easy
1.3 mi/
2.1 km
Diamond Peak from Scenic Overlook, via N. Flume
Looking for a flat yet scenic hike perfect for novice hikers and/or flat-land visitors? You'll love this historic hike.
Easy
5.6 mi/
9.0 km
Mt. Rose, Lake Tahoe
Conquer the summit of Mt Rose and enjoy the waterfalls, alpine lakes and great Lake Tahoe views.
Moderate
10.0 mi/
16.1 km
Diamond Peak from Tahoe Meadows
This hike starts in a flower-filled meadow and just gets better.
Moderate
11.0 mi/
17.7 km
Mt. Rose
Pleasant trail through pine forest; plus a waterfall; a well-defined trail to the summit; and, views galore.
Difficult
10.0 mi/
16.1 km

Squaw Valley

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Five Lakes, Granite Chief Wilderness, Lake Tahoe
One of the easiest and most accessible hikes in the Granite Chief Wilderness in Lake Tahoe.
Easy
4.0 mi/
6.4 km

Desolation Wilderness

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Horsetail Falls, Lake Tahoe
A three mile round-trip hike gets you up close with this spectacular Tahoe waterfall.
Moderate
3.0 mi/
4.8 km
Eagle Creek Canyon Snowshoe (Ski)
Lake Tahoe Winter Trails
Moderate
3.2 mi/
5.2 km
Wrights Lake to Grouse Lake and gateway to Twin Lakes
Bring a kayak and travel the labyrinth of waterways behind Wrights Lake or take a picnic to Smith, Grouse or Twin Lakes
Moderate
4.7 mi/
7.6 km
Angora Lake
A challenging uphill hike with views of Fallen Leaf Lake, Lake Tahoe, and relaxing Angora lake waiting at the top.
Difficult
3.6 mi/
5.8 km

D.L. Bliss State Park

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Jake's Peak Backcountry Ski
Lake Tahoe Backcountry Skiing
Moderate
3.9 mi/
6.3 km

Burton Creek State Park

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Moderate
6.5 mi/
10.5 km

Mount Tallac

Summary
Difficulty
Distance
Mount Tallac, Lake Tahoe
Unparalleled vistas await the Tahoe hiker on a memorable journey to the lake’s tallest peak.
Difficult
9.5 mi/
15.3 km
Guides
Mount Tallac, Lake Tahoe
Mount Tallac, Lake Tahoe
South Lake Tahoe, California, United States
 
Difficult: 9.5 miles, Full day
Unparalleled vistas await the Tahoe hiker on a memorable journey to the lake’s tallest peak.
Lake Aloha Hike
Lake Aloha Hike
South Lake Tahoe, California, United States
 
Moderate: 11.7 miles, Full day
A long hike from Echo Lake past several lakes to a great swimming spot in Lake Tahoe's beautiful Desolation Wilderness
Paradise Lake
Paradise Lake
Truckee, California, United States
 
Moderate: 15.0 miles, Multiple days
An overnight backpacking trip along the Pacific Coast Trail in Truckee, California.
Backpacking in Desolation Wilderness
Backpacking in Desolation Wilderness
Desolation Wilderness, California, United States
 
Difficult: 13.8 miles
A trek through Lake Tahoe's Desolation Wilderness past Velma Lake, Fontanillis Lake, Dicks Lake, and Eagle Lake
Maggies Peaks
Maggies Peaks
Twin Bridges, California, United States
 
Moderate: 3.0 miles, 1-3 hours
Maggies Peaks overlook the rapturous blue waters of Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe, Granite Lake and Desolation Wilderness.
Mt. Ralston Peak, Lake Tahoe
Mt. Ralston Peak, Lake Tahoe
Twin Bridges, California, United States
 
Difficult: 7.0 miles, Full day
The thigh-burner of Lake Tahoe, Mt. Ralston rewards intrepid day-hikers with stunning mountain overlooks.
Diamond Peak from Scenic Overlook, via N. Flume
Diamond Peak from Scenic Overlook, via N. Flume
Incline Village, Nevada, United States
 
Easy: 5.6 miles, Half day
Looking for a flat yet scenic hike perfect for novice hikers and/or flat-land visitors? You'll love this historic hike.
Donner Pass to Squaw Valley on the Pacific Crest Trail
Donner Pass to Squaw Valley on the Pacific Crest Trail
Soda Springs, California, United States
 
Difficult: 17.5 miles, Full day
Classic North Tahoe hike along the crest of the Sierra Nevada
Castle Peak, Tahoe National Forest
Castle Peak, Tahoe National Forest
California, United States
 
Moderate: 6.5 miles, Full day
Whether you're approaching on foot, in snowshoes or on cross-country skis this is a great sierra adventure for all.
The Nature Trail - Donner Memorial State Park
The Nature Trail - Donner Memorial State Park
Donner Memorial State Park, California, United States
 
Easy: 0.8 miles, 1 hour or less
Take a short walk along this interpretive trail to learn about the wildlife and plants in the area
Lake Winnemucca from Carson Pass via Pacific Crest Trail
Moderate: 5.0 miles, 1-3 hours
Excellent moderate hike at Sierra crest southwest of Lake Tahoe
Historic Hellman-Ehrman Mansion Tour
Historic Hellman-Ehrman Mansion Tour
Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park, California, United States
 
Easy: 1.1 miles, 1 hour or less
Travel back to the late 1800s to learn about one of the wealthiest Californians who built this beautiful estate
Community Trips
Water depth measured as 8' (Spring Creek, California, United States) Photo
Echo Peak from south side of lake (Fallen Leaf, California, United States) Photo
Looking north across Fallen Leaf (Fallen Leaf, California, United States) Photo
Back at Fallen Leaf campground (Spring Creek, California, United States) Photo
Lake Tahoe Bike Ride
by prathman on Jun 28, 2003
Tyrolian Village, Nevada, United States
71 miles
Bike ride around Lake Tahoe (72 miles) starting in South Lake Tahoe and going clockwise. Following the ride I took my kayak around Fallen Leaf Lake just south of Tahoe.
Emerald Bay (Emerald Bay, California, United States) Photo
Matt hiking (Emerald Bay, California, United States) Photo
Emerald Bay (Emerald Bay, California, United States) Photo
Emerald Bay (Emerald Bay, California, United States) Photo
Backpacking Desolation Wilderness with the EveryTrail Team
by chris on Aug 22, 2009
Emerald Bay, California, United States
13.8 miles
"testing our product" is a great excuse for a weekend trip to Tahoe's Desolation Wilderness.  The engineers at EveryTrail (Benoit, Matt, Michael, Paul, Werner, and I) drove up early Saturday morning for this weekend trip.  We parked around 1 and had a quick breakfast of wraps with hummus, tomatoes, cucumbers and cheese, put on our packs and started our trek.  The first 2 miles were steep but had some great views overlooking...
Starting the hike (Fallen Leaf, California, United States) Photo
Ducks (Fallen Leaf, California, United States) Photo
Entering Desolation WIlderness (Fallen Leaf, California, United States) Photo
HIking to Lake Aloha (Fallen Leaf, California, United States) Photo
Fallen Leaf Lake, Lake Aloha, Mt. Tallac Loop
by chris on Aug 01, 2009
Fallen Leaf, California, United States
16.4 miles
I drove up to Tahoe at 4am with Loren, David, and Thomas for this 2-day backpacking trip.  We started at Glen Alpine and hiked 2 very steep miles along a very poorly maintained trail.  So poorly maintained that we lost the trail and had to scramble up the rocks and through the thick brush. Then it started to pour and we heard thunder, things couldn't be much worse.  Eventually, the skies cleared,...
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Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe
by zeebodaman on Nov 22, 2008
Emerald Bay, California, United States
2.6 miles
Short, easy hike from the parking lot to the lake.
Desolation Loop 8-8-2009 1-27-00 PM.JPG (Fallen Leaf, California, United States) Photo
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Emerald Bay, Velma Lakes & Tallac - Desolation Wilderness Area
by nchastings on Aug 08, 2009
South Lake Tahoe, California, United States
18.0 miles
Starting at Eagle Falls near South Tahoe, my med school friends Ben (now in EM at Stanford) and Joe (now in EM at UCSF) joined me for a loop backpack trip through Desolation Wilderness. We traveled along the PCT for part, sleeping at the Middle Velma Lake the first night and Gilmore Lake the second night. Easy peaks on this route are Dicks Peak just off of Dicks Pass and Mt Tallac....
Echo Lake (Echo Lake, California, United States) Photo
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Hike to Lake Aloha
by chris on Aug 02, 2008
Echo Lake, California, United States
12.5 miles
We (me, Emily, Rachel, and Elaine) drove up to Echo lake and hiked to lake Aloha.  The hike was fairly easy, with very little up hill, and it had great views of the lakes at all times.  The water was pretty cold, but felt great on the feet while eating our PB&Js.  The weather was warm, but a nice breeze kept us cool the whole time.Read more about the hike to Lake...
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Lake Tahoe Flume Trail
by justbob on Oct 26, 2008
Incline Village, Nevada, United States
21 miles
from my buddy Andy's blog:I finally managed to ride the Flume Trail today. It has been toolong since I have traveled to the east shore of Tahoe to ride thisclassic trail. Normally, the Aspen Trees are absolutely glowing asyou ride up North Canyon and shoot down to Marlette Lake from theSpooner State Park. Today, October 26, 2008, it was warm enough toride in shorts and a T Shirt. There was not more...
Echo Lake Photo
Echo Lake Trail Photo
Fuzz's Feet Photo
Rock Wall Photo
Lake Tahoe: Echo Lake to Aloha Lake and Beyond
by oruwu on Jul 24, 2010
South Lake Tahoe, California, United States
15.3 miles
A journey into Desolation Wilderness that started early in the morning on Saturday.  With a lot less mileage than normal, we started off from the parking lot at Echo Lake in the direction of Lake Aloha. Unfortunately, there is no public potable water at the parking lot, so we had to start the trip with minimal water. Also, I had slept less than a couple hours the previous night, and I could immediately...
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Donner Pass to Squaw Valley on the PCT
by justbob on Aug 27, 2009
Soda Springs, California, United States
17.5 miles
I have been targeting this hike since last year. Donner Pass to Squaw Valley on the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). Because much of the hike is pretty high elevation you have to wait until the summer to allow the snow to melt. This week the planets aligned and we were able to do the hike. We had a toal of 6 of us, Dave, Andy, John, Kendra, Steve and myself.  And 2...
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Skunk Harbor
by Khensu on Nov 02, 2009
Glenbrook, Nevada, United States
3.1 miles
This is a short, 1.5mi walk down to the secluded, tranquil beach of Skunk Harbor, where you will see the crumbled remains of the George Newhall summer "party" home, built in 1922. The real attraction at this site is the view from the tiny, jewel-like harbor out to Lake Tahoe - exquisite! The remains of an old pier and huge boulders near the shoreline only add to the picturesque scene. Skunk Harbor...

Reviews
mjgeorge4
Early summer hike through Desolation Wilderness. Had a bit of trouble coming down Mosquito Pass and encountered crazy thunderstorms and some serious pest problems (Mosquitos). Beautiful. Rubicon River was a bit swollen. First rive crossing behind Mosquito Pass was treacherous.
Visited on Jun 04, 2013

by mjgeorge4 on Jun 26, 2013
ReddHerring
If you go in mid to late May, make sure to bring lots of cold weather options for clothes and sleeping.
Visited on May 17, 2013

by ReddHerring on May 20, 2013
Briahnanicole
Lake Tahoe is definitely the most beautiful Lake I've ever seen.
Visited on Jul 09, 2012

by Briahnanicole on Apr 06, 2013
DanielCarter
Human Density: 6/10. Aesthetic Value: 7/10. Must go.
Visited on Jun 07, 2012

by DanielCarter on Jul 01, 2012
Achaetes
This was a beautiful hike. We followed the guide that Chris created, and also his trip. We started at about 9:20 AM at the parking lot by the General Store (which wasn't open) and the public restrooms. It was cold. There was ice on the ground as we headed over to use the restrooms, which were, as Chris mentioned, basically concrete port-o-potties, but better than nothing after a long drive.

From there we looked for the sign that said "Trail" and started our trek. This was our longest hike so far, about 12 miles. The views of the several lakes you'll see are spectacular. There wasn't much of a breeze to speak of, so we managed to capture some great reflective pictures of the lakes.

Not to sound ungrateful for the beauty that nature provides on this hike, but...

It was very challenging for us. No one part was particularly strenuous, but taken altogether it was strenuous for us. It might not have been so bad if it weren't for the medium size rocks that make up a good bit of the trail and require some concentration to walk on without rolling your ankle or poking your feet on the sharper ones.

Also, I guess we never found Lake Aloha. We came to the end of the GPS track I had loaded onto my Garmin and there was no lake. There was what appeared to be a dry lake basin with a retaining wall, but no water in it. We walked over a few boulders expecting to see a lake on the other side, but couldn't find anything. We finally decided that maybe this lake dries up in the fall (our hike was on Oct. 21, 2011). I thought maybe this is why it's called Lake Aloha, because it goes "aloha" every fall. We were also tired after our 6 mile trek and wanted to be sure to get back to our car before dark, so we headed back.

Once home, I Google'd for any information about Lake Aloha drying up and couldn't find anything. I only found articles about how breath taking and beautiful the lake is. I think we just didn't walk far enough. That was disappointing, but will give us a reason to come back, maybe from a different starting point.

Visited on Oct 22, 2011

by Achaetes on Dec 26, 2011
MWetzelHillman
A couple of must dos, 4th of July fireworks in Southlake Tahoe and ride your bike to Fallen Leaf Lake.
Brookes Bar @ Edgewood Golf Course to watch the game have a drink a bite and play some video poker. While enjoying a lake view.

Visited on Jul 05, 2011

by MWetzelHillman on Jul 06, 2011
cyclenate
All trails below 7500' are dry. Patches of snow in shade and big patches 8000' on up.
Visited on Jul 05, 2011

by cyclenate on Jul 06, 2011
tammyls
An amaaaaaaaaaazing ride and trip. Doing it again this summer.
Visited on Aug 25, 2010

by tammyls on Jan 24, 2011
joost
Tahoe is a favorite weekend getaway spot for many SF Bay Area residents (both winter and summer), so if the locals are any guidance Tahoe is must-visit.

It's hard to pin down Lake Tahoe to any one specific aspect, since it's such a versatile destination. The area offers great skiing, hiking, backpacking, boating and even gambling (in South Lake Tahoe which is kind of a mini Las Vegas). My personal favorite aspect of the Tahoe area is skiing in Squaw Valley, and my recent discovery: Sugar Pine Point State park, esp the lake side Ehrman Mansion and its beaches. I've also backpacked in desolation wilderness (horsetail falls), which I can highly recommend too.

Visited on May 22, 2010

by joost on Jan 13, 2011
Skeight976
Most of my trails are around the Tahoe area, being born and raised in the area, I want to explore it all.
Visited on Apr 24, 2010

by Skeight976 on Mar 19, 2013
Skeight976
Lovely day up at the lake. Always a good day up here
Visited on Apr 24, 2010

by Skeight976 on Aug 29, 2012
krbose
Tahoe is great in any season, but going during off-peak times is really like having the lake to yourself. The West and North shores are where we return year after year. Chambers Landing, Tahoe City, Brockway Springs and Incline Village all have so many great spots to stay, eat and explore that have not changed much in 30-40 years, which is part of their charm. There are lots of great condo rentals that put you right on the lake, within walking distance of great food and shops, and short drives from ski resorts, like Tahoe Tavern in Tahoe City. The Hyatt in Incline Village also has a range of good lodging, from their high-rise hotel to their great condos on the same property. The Eagle's Nest bar and restaurant is awesome in the summer, when you can enjoy margaritas out on the pier and watch boats come and go or in the winter, when they have an awesome outdoor fire pit and the geese cruise the sand.
Visited on Sep 26, 2009

by krbose on Jan 13, 2011
McMurdoStation
Great cycling if you don't mind hills.
Visited on Sep 08, 2009

by McMurdoStation on Mar 20, 2011
Touchstone
One of my favorites. Beautiful scenery and great hiking possibilities.
Visited on Jun 14, 2009

by Touchstone on Dec 27, 2011
steverod
Lake Tahoe is a mixed bag; it's always gorgeous but it's always overrun by people. If you can get away from the madding crowds, it is gorgeous, but that is always a difficult proposition.
Visited on Jul 12, 2008

by steverod on Dec 07, 2010
dpdeegan
i liked Lake Tahoe so much i stayed there for....
8 years.
after 6 years the town of South Lake Tahoe bored me, so i moved to a place with a fantastic lake view.
unfortunately there are 50 stairs between my kitchen and the dumpster where i have to take my trash.
and then i think about the people who use their vacation days and savings to see the view i have from that dumpster. which isn't even as good as what i see from my kitchen.
you could find god at that dumpster easier than at most churches.

Visited on Nov 11, 2004

by dpdeegan on Jun 23, 2013

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