Tahoe Tramping

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Tahoe Tramping – Eagle Lake and Shirley Canyon

Tahoe Tramping

Two short, snow free hikes

Eagle Lake and Shirley Canyon

“You should sit in nature for twenty minutes a day, unless you’re busy, then you should sit for an hour.”

 

 
Eagle Lake – The trail to Eagle Lake in the Emerald Bay area is now snow free,although there are some small rivulets from snow melt running down a

Tahoe Tramping – Love Falls

On Sunday we took a drive up to the Gold Lakes area to check on the current snow conditions.  It was a beautiful, partly cloudy day for a drive up Hwy 89 through Sierraville, and then onto Hwy 49 towards Sierra City.
While driving through the Sierraville grasslands and pasturage, we saw a small patch

Tahoe Tramping – South Yuba River SP

Tahoe Tramping  – South Yuba River SP

“Another day in the most favored province of bird and flower …”  John Muir
After recently receiving almost a foot of snow at lake level, Cathy and I decided to take a day trip down to the Sierra foothills and visit South Yuba River State Park.  The park is a

Tahoe Tramping – West Shore Waterfalls

“Here is a cascade … filled with bounce and dance and joyous hurrah, yet earnest as a tempest …”            – John Muir

If you are looking for a quick, easy hike, and enjoy the sound of cascading and tumbling water, and don’t want to spend a lot of time driving

Tahoe Tramping – Hunter Creek Falls

Hunter Creek Falls

In our first hiking post on the Brown’s Creek trail, we mentioned another early season, dry trail on the east side of the Carson Range, Hunter Creek Falls.  From Tahoe, you take Hwy 80 to Reno, get off on W. 4th Street near Mogul, turn right on Mayberry Rd., right on Plateau

Tahoe Tramping – Brown’s Creek Trail

Although there is still a lot of snow on the trails in the local Tahoe area, if you are getting anxious to start hiking, you can start putting in miles on dry dirt by going over to the eastern side of the Carson Range.
Last week, I took a 4.9 mile semi-loop on the Brown’s

Tahoe Tramping

Recently, I was asked by Cindy Streepey, owner of Asante Lakeside Fitness, to write a hiking column for the upcoming spring, summer, and fall seasons.  Our intent is to share current information on local trails, and hopefully encourage readers to add some out-door adventures to their fitness goals.  These articles will periodically appear on