TripAdvisor Reviews Stateline Lodge Lake Tahoe
Travel Blogs from Lake Tahoe
... around the edge of the lake. Because of the stillness of the water and the brilliant blue sky, the water is like a mirror, reflecting perfectly the hills and ridges surrounding it.
Then after packing up the tent, still wet from warmed up frost from the freezing night before, I set off on the trail again. Fairly soon I come to the first river ford. I had heard that there are several rivers to cross on this trail that have no bridge and require a hiker ...
... green colour, presumably from the moss covering the rock. In the background is a glacier. Its a beautiful sight.
After a long steep descent I finally get down to the bottom and then its another hour's walk to the lake and the campsite. Exhausted after a day of eight hours walking, I put up the tent, eat some dinner, and go for a stroll along the lake shore during the golden hour. The sun lights up the green ridges surrounding the lake beautifully.
... picture of the street sign. Adele's grows a lot of their own produce in "pallet" gardens, including strawberries. The gardens are both functional and esthetic.
We left CC and headed to Virginia City. Lots of shops. Matt enjoyed the mining museum and the rocky road ice cream. Headed home via a very winding and steep mountain road. Reached an elevation over 7000 ft. Stopped at a scenic overlook to view Emerald Bay and take some pictures ...
Early start as we need to check out and drive over to Lake Tahoe, a seven and a half hour, 444 mile trip. Packing up the room was our first priority – a quick shove into our bags and we were done.
The checkout was quick as was getting out of Vegas. We started across the desert on the Veterans Memorial highway. There were a lot of empty shops but it was hard to tell whether they were seasonal or closed for good.
... scenic. We had planned to head to Yosemite today but decided we would like longer at Lake Tahoe, so pulled into Bayview Campground. Here we were also at the trailhead for a hike to a waterfall, so eagerly set off.
It was a beautiful walk, firstly through the forest over carpets of pine needles, before it began to open out along some huge rock. Now the trail disappeared and you could simply walk wherever over this huge area of stone. We came to the river, which ...