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  • Round Hill Village, Nevada

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    • Echo Lake, California

      Hike the Echo Lake Trail

      4.0
      5 mi / 688 ft gain
      The Echo Lakes Trail goes through California's Desolation Wilderness and features incredible views. This trail is rated as moderate, and is best for excited beginners or intermediate hikers. This hike takes roughly 3.5-4 hours. Dogs are allowed on trail if kept on leash. The trail is best used fr...
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    • Echo Lake, California

      "Waterfall Camp" in Desolation Wilderness

      4.7
      10.5 mi / 1522 ft gain
      Although this hike can be done as a day hike, it is an awesome place to camp. There is a lot to explore and you will want to spend as much there time as you can. The easiest way to start this hike is to start at the Echo Lakes. There is ample parking above the marina and you even have the option ...
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    • Echo Lake, California

      Hike to Jabu Lake in Desolation Wilderness

      3.7
      Although this hike can be done as a day hike, there are incredible camping spots near the lake. The easiest way to start this hike is to start at the Echo Lakes. There is ample parking above the marina and you even have the option of taking a water taxi across the echo lakes to cut off around 2.5...
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    • Echo Lake, California

      Ski Ralston Peak

      5.0
      Ralston Peak is a classic south Lake Tahoe backcountry skiing and snowboarding area, and is excellent for hiking in the summer, too. Please note, however, that backcountry skiing and snowboarding is dangerous – make sure you know the conditions and have avalanche equipment.There are two main appr...
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    • Echo Lake, California

      Cross-Country Ski or Snowshoe to Ralston Peak

      5.0
      This loop is best accomplished in 2 days, spending a night at either Ralston, Tamarack, or Cagwin Lake. Although this route is similar to hiking Ralston Peak in the summer, the trails are completely covered by snow so solid navigation skills are necessary. A map is required to find the best possi...
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    • Echo Lake, California

      Lake Aloha

      4.0
      12.34 mi / 1552 ft gain
      You'll start the hike at the Echo Lakes trailhead, just off of Highway 50 in Lake Tahoe. The trail meanders past Lower and Upper Echo Lakes, slowly gaining altitude as you pass a smattering of summer cabins. The climb is enough to make you feel it, but before you know it, it's over. Once cresti...
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    • Echo Lake, California

      Explore the Alpine Lakes of Desolation Wilderness

      5.0
      This incredible hike offers you the opportunity to visit the heart of desolation without climbing more than about 600 feet of elevation. Begin at the boat taxi at Lower Echo Lake. The taxi costs $12/person each way and is $5 each-way for your furry friend. The taxi leaves the dock at frequent int...
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    • Carson City, Nevada

      Secret Harbor / Whale Beach

      4.0
      1.67 mi / 384 ft gain
      Secret Harbor / Whale Beach is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Carson City, Nevada.
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    • Carson City, Nevada

      Hike to Secret Cove

      5.0
      0.9 mi / 209 ft gain
      Take a short little hike down from HWY 28 to Secret Cove to relax on the beach on sunbathe on rocks. The water is incredibly clear and has different shades of turquoise. There are many rocks to climb on and the water is great for swimming. It gets crowded early, and is a nude beach, so plan accor...
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    • Carson City, Nevada

      Relax at Tahoe's Chimney Beach

      5.0
      2.2 mi
      Located on the East Bank of Lake Tahoe along Highway 28, Chimney Beach is a great alternative to the more popular and heavily used beaches which can be quite a challenge to gain access due to the parking limitations during the busy summer months and on weekends.From the parking area on the east s...
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    • Carson City, Nevada

      Marlette Lake via Chimney Beach Trailhead

      4.0
      5.96 mi / 1713 ft gain
      This trail starts right off NV28 between Chimney Beach and Great Tahoe Beach. Around 30 minute drive from South Lake Tahoe and the CA/NV border, we arrived close to 10am with plenty of parking available. While it seemed the trail was heavily used by mountain bikes, we encountered zero during our ...
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    • South Lake Tahoe, California

      Hike to Freel Peak

      5.0
      7.3 mi / 2474 ft gain
      Mt. Tallac may be one of the Lake Tahoe Basin's most famous peaks to hike because of its fantastic views of Lake Tahoe, but my personal favorite view in Tahoe is from the top of Freel Peak or Jobs Sister. Freel Peak is the tallest peak in the Lake Tahoe Basin at 10,881 feet.From the top of Freel...
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    • Carson City, Nevada

      Kings Canyon Falls

      4.0
      0.63 mi / 233 ft gain
      ...Living in California, I know all about waterfalls! For me personally though, no matter the shape or size of the waterfall, it has my interest. Now when it comes to Nevada, I honestly can't think of too many waterfalls off the top of my head, but when you're passing through a town that you're u...
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    • South Lake Tahoe, California

      Tahoe Rim Trail (TRT): Big Meadow to Echo Summit

      17.51 mi / 2949 ft gain
      Tahoe Rim Trail (TRT): Big Meadow to Echo Summit is a point-to-point trail that takes you by a lake located near South Lake Tahoe, California.
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    • South Lake Tahoe, California

      Hike to Round Lake through Big Meadow

      3 mi / 1197 ft gain
      You will start out at the Big Meadow trailhead at the Luther Pass parking lot. It's three miles one way.  Near the end of the hike just before the lake the rock formations are prime...big trees, a crystal stream. The trail is well defined and easy going even though it's an 1100 foot gain in eleva...
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    • New Washoe City, Nevada

      Photograph Bonsai Rock

      5.0
      Bonsai Rock is a popular attraction for photographers as it is a unique boulder with tiny trees growing out of it, enclosed next to the shoreline. This makes it a beautiful place to enjoy a scenic sunset, as well as play with some long exposure photography.It's located on the east side of Lake Ta...
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