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  • Round Hill Village, Nevada

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    • South Lake Tahoe, California

      Eagle Falls & Eagle Lake Loop

      4.4
      2.39 mi / 617 ft gain
      Eagle Falls Trail is located off Highway 89 and is surrounded by some of the most beautiful landscapes in California. Eagle Falls is one of the most popular short hikes in Lake Tahoe because of its beautiful cascading waterfalls, lush green scenery, and trees. Alongside one of the bluest pristine...
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    • South Lake Tahoe, California

      Middle Velma Lake via Eagle Falls Trailhead

      4.5
      9.18 mi / 2251 ft gain
      Hiking or backpacking to the Velma Lakes area is a must do if you want to explore and escape the summer crowds of South Tahoe. There are 3 lakes, Upper, Middle, and Lower Velma Lake. The trek out to Middle Velma is 9+ miles roundtrip, but you can add to it depending on how many other lakes you wa...
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    • South Lake Tahoe, California

      Eagle Lake Trail

      4.0
      2.35 mi / 571 ft gain
      The trailhead starts (and ends) by the beautiful Emerald Bay of Lake Tahoe, and goes west. The trail is well-marked and composed of mostly granite steps. Once you get to the lake, you can swim: it's cold but beautiful. If you keep following the path to the wooded areas (to the left), there are s...
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    • South Lake Tahoe, California

      Eagle Falls Vista Loop

      0.56 mi / 138 ft gain
      Eagle falls is a short walk from the main Emerald Bay vista point. The top of the falls are cool to look at themselves, with great views of the lake. 
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    • South Lake Tahoe, California

      Rock Climb at Eagle Lake Cliffs

      4 mi
      To Access Eagle Lake Cliffs Crag, head to the West Shore of South Lake Tahoe. You’ll want to park at Emerald Bay Parking Lot and head to the trail register. It’s almost always packed, so come early, or plan to park on the road and walk. Sign yourself and your party number in for the day access pa...
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    • Carson City, Nevada

      Skunk Harbor

      4.0
      2.83 mi / 564 ft gain
      Skunk Harbor is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Glenbrook, Nevada.
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    • Carson City, Nevada

      Hike to Skunk Harbor

      4.5
      The parking for Skunk Beach is very limited and a little difficult to find. Make sure you get there early if you want a spot. The parking is a turnoff along highway 28, about two miles north of the junction with highway 50. There is no trail sign or anything but there is an old green pipe gate wh...
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    • Tahoma, California

      Meeks Bay

      4.7
      Nestled along the southwest shore of Lake Tahoe, Meeks Bay is a great destination offering a blend of outdoor adventure and relaxation. With its crystal-clear waters and sandy beaches, Meeks Bay is great for swimming especially on hot summer days or after hitting the trails. Whether you're see...
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    • South Lake Tahoe, California

      Cliff Jumping Paradise

      4.5
      If you choose to go cliff jumping, be safe and know your limits ahead of time. Don't feel like the big jump is your only option, there are lower jumps, especially across from the beach (only about 15ft. high). Angora Lake in Lake Tahoe is a easy 1mi hike up, but well worth it at the top. It's a b...
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    • South Lake Tahoe, California

      Paddle from Meeks Bay to D.L. Bliss

      The water at Meeks Bay is perfectly crystal clear, a mix of different blues and greens – you can see the bottom floor in most places. Hug the buoy line to have a clear view to the lake's bottom, or cruise the dark blue waters where the lake falls off from 20ft deep to some of its deepest levels o...
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    • South Lake Tahoe, California

      Gilmore Lake in Desolation Wilderness

      8.66 mi / 1919 ft gain
      The easiest way to get to Gilmore Lake is to start at the Glen Alpine trailhead. The trail head is southwest of Fallen Leaf Lake. There is a decently sized parking lot at the trailhead, but parking is also available on the road up. Because desolation is a wilderness area, you must fill out a perm...
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    • Tahoma, California

      Glen Alpine Falls and Grass Lake

      4.8
      5.29 mi / 725 ft gain
      Park your car at the Glen Alpine Trailhead adjacent to Lily Lake and southwest of Fallen Leaf Lake. Head west on Glen Alpine Creek Trail passing Lily Lake on your left. After a little over a mile and a half of trekking through the alpine forest and taking in mountain views, you'll arrive at Alpin...
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    • Tahoma, California

      Susie Lake, Desolation Wilderness

      5.0
      7.96 mi / 1496 ft gain
      Starting at the Glen Alpine trailhead (best access to Susie Lake): To get to the trailhead, head toward Fallen Leaf Lake in South Lake Tahoe. From HWY 89, turn onto Fallen Leaf Rd and drive past the summer homes and marina until you reach a small firehouse on the left side of the road. You'll fol...
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    • Tahoma, California

      Hike to Half Moon Lake in Desolation Wilderness

      5.0
      11 mi / 1600 ft gain
      This hike starts at the Glen Alpine Trailhead near Fallen Leaf Lake. Because Desolation is a wilderness area, you are required to fill out a day-use permit which can be found at the trailhead. If you are backpacking make sure to obtain an overnight permit either online or at the Taylor Creek Visi...
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    • Tahoma, California

      Backpack to Crag Lake

      4.0
      11.1 mi / 1220 ft gain
      Day 1:This trip is a great early season trip while you are waiting for the snow to melt in the high country or it could be a good first backpacking trip because of its proximity to the trailhead and the fact that it's a relatively easy hike.  Also, you get to camp by a beautiful lake with a drama...
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    • Echo Lake, California

      Hike Flagpole Peak from the bottom of Echo Summit

      3.5 mi / 1900 ft gain
      For this hike there are two places you can start from. One is at the Echo Lakes parking lot and the other is at the bottom of Echo Summit (where we started at). Parking at the gun tower at the bottom of Echo Summit you'll be looking right at the face of Flagpole. After parking just off the side o...
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