Zephyr Beach Cove – Lake Tahoe

Zephyr Cove Resort Beach is a popular location for weddings and receptions. Common trees found surrounding the shoreline include Jeffry Pine, Lodgepole Pine, White Fir and Quaking Aspen. Recreation opportunities nearby include the M.S. Dixie Mississippi-style sternwheeler cruises to Emerald Bay and horseback riding across the street at Zephyr Cove Stables.   Zephyr Cove Resort Beach is …

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Desolation Wilderness – Tahoe

The Desolation Wilderness is a 63,960-acre federally protected wilderness area in the Eldorado National Forest and Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit, in El Dorado County, California.

Emerald Bay – Tahoe

Skunk Harbor This stretch of the Tahoe coast is a mile from the nearest highway. A hike or bike ride down an old fire road will take you to one main cove and several smaller coves. Though the area is popular as an anchorage for boats, weekdays can offer solitude. If other beachgoers are present, …

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Above Lake Tahoe

The Sierra Nevada and Carson range rise thousands of feet above the shores, framing the blue lake with a chain of deep green forest and jagged granite peaks.

Fannette Island – Emerald Bay Lake Tahoe

Fannette is the only island to be found in all of Lake Tahoe. … The tea house has been vandalized in recent years and today only the stone shell …

Emerald Bay – Lake Tahoe

This is the view from a road that goes completely around the lake… Emerald Bay State Park is a state park of California in the United States, centered on Lake Tahoe’s Emerald Bay, a National Natural Landmark.

Crater Lake National Park – Snow in July

Crater Lake National Park – Snow in July What do you put in the water to make it so blue? Nothing! The water is so blue because there is hardly anything else in it – just water. It’s not pure water, but it’s close. We’ve all seen the colors in a rainbow when normal white …

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