Take a breathtaking Fall Foliage Guided Hike with Tahoe Adventure Company! Hike through towering evergreens and colorful aspens with the sound of leaves crunching beneath your feet. TAC takes you to a variety of spots including Spooner Lake and matches the hike to your needs, especially if you have little ones with you. Learn about local geology and native Washoe culture and enjoy a deli style lunch, water and snacks. Give them a call to book a private hike by a local guide this Fall!
Explore the Five Lakes Trail nestled in the foothills of the Granite Chief Wilderness. This uphill hike to beautiful, serene lakes is rocky and fun! Use the AllTrails app to navigate around the 5 lakes and bring a picnic and jump in the water after your hike. Continue on to the PCT if you want to hike even further or hike to Squaw Valley!
Capture spectacular, golden views of North Lake Tahoe hiking to the top of Mount Rose Summit! This steep Sierra trail leads to a waterfall, beautiful streams and breathtaking vantage points at every section! Wide-open panoramic views at the top expose you to cool winds so bring a windbreaker and plenty of snacks as this 10 mile, gorgeous hike is a workout!
Lush, golden aspens line The General Creek Trail starting at Sugar Pine Point State Park! This wide trail near Tahoma consists of a 4.5 mile loop and narrows as it climbs toward Lily Pond changing from an easy to moderate skill level. Walk even further to Lost Lake for elevation gains and a beautiful view at the end. Be on the lookout for rocky cliff faces, bouldering and wildlife sightings.
Vivid fall colors await at Sagehen Creek Trail near Truckee! This flat, 5 mile out and back trail is an easy stroll with a babbling brook, glimmering aspens, and a lake perfect for throwing rocks - great for kids and dogs! Keep watch for beaver dams and birds near Stampede Reservoir located at the end of the trail. If you're looking for a rockier experience, hike the Mount Judah Trail to see Donner Lake from up high! Moss covered redwoods and lichen coated boulders color the 4.5 mile narrow trail before reaching 360 views. Tahoe Fall Foliage looks best from above so choose your trail and get hiking the beautiful Sierra mountains!