Tahoe Rim Trail
Lake Tahoe’s West Shore is not often associated with epic Tahoe Mountain biking. Among the marquee Tahoe mountain biking destinations (Mr. Toads, the Flume Trail, Northstar, Hole in the Ground, etc), the West Shore is often overlooked. Make no mistake though, there is great mountain biking here as well. For our non-mountain biking blog readers-… Read More ›
I am not an activist in the protesting, letter writing sense. Instead, I use a chainsaw to speak for me. Let me explain: It was probably around the 20th time I’d heaved my bike over the large tree blocking the trail. “When are they going to get out here and cut these %^&*ing trees?,” I… Read More ›
The Tahoe Rim Trail (aka TRT) is a 165-mile trail that circumnavigates the Lake Tahoe Basin. This is part two of our 8-part series showcasing each section of the 165-Mile Tahoe Rim Trail. The TRT is commonly divided into eight sections (where the trail meets roads or access points). While many people do the TRT… Read More ›
Mt. Rose to Brockway Summit was our last section to complete the entire 165-mile length of the Tahoe Rim Trail, and check off one of our outdoor goals. Despite logging well over 1,000 miles of running and riding on the TRT, there was that one elusive section. We finally knocked it out, racking up close… Read More ›
The Tahoe Rim Trail (or simply TRT), is a 165-mile trail that circumscribes the rim of Lake Tahoe. The trail is commonly divided into eight sections (where it crosses roads or access points). One of our outdoor goals in Tahoe was to join the TRT 165-Mile Club- for those people who’ve completed the entire 165… Read More ›
Is it possible to get tired of blazing yellow aspens in the fall? Aspens are like an alarm clock of sorts for summer and winter freaks alike. For winter people, it’s time to start dreaming of early snow and big powder days. For summer people, it’s a countdown timer and reminder to get in every… Read More ›
One of my favorite lakes: Aloha Lake in Desolation Wilderness. To me, visually stunning in a way that no photo can capture. Hundreds of granite islands and peninsulas and clear, cold water make for epic exploration.
A twofer this week. There’s something about tent pics that represents a bit of home in the outdoors. Home is where you pitch it. Daisy Trail dog- sacked out on the “trail couch” in the camp living room/kitchen.