Adventure Roundup: Camping, Hiking, and Lake Tahoe Chillin

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The Adventure Roundup is a collection of some of the best adventures recently published on The Outbound.

1. Camping at Smith Rock

Photo: Jessica Dales

Although it is famous for rock climbing, Smith Rock also boasts fantastic campsites and an extensive trail system to fill your days here with hiking. Learn more.

2. Hike Mount Elbert

Photo: Kyle Frost

Enjoy sublime views of the Sawatch range and Leadville far below from the top of this 14er - the second tallest peak in the lower 48 states. Learn more.

3. Hike to Middle McCloud Falls

Photo: Lisa Bao

McCloud Falls has 3 tiers of waterfalls and swimming holes, but the middle section offers the best views by far. Learn more.

4. Hike to Lower Dewey Lake

Photo: Rob Witt

Explore around this beautiful lake located in the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park and you'll find that there are plenty of photographic opportunities to shoot nearby streams. Learn more.

5. Chillin at Kiva Beach

Photo: Jake Young

Kiva Beach is the ultimate spot for chillin on Lake Tahoe. Dog friendly. Long stretch of sandy beach. Amazing hikes neaby. What more could you ask for? Learn more.

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Published: June 30, 2015

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