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Actually I think they were the second tracks, but it sure was nice out there.
Today was my first day of skiing at the Nordic Center. The coverage was a little light, but good enough to make it around the Green Loop. I saw another skier that told me he made it out to Silver. Kevin, at the Nordic Center, said if we get 6 inches out of the next storm he would start grooming. I hope to you see you out there this year.
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Dollar Reservoir is just a short walk from the Highlands Subdivision
Dollar Reservoir is just a short hike from the Highlands. You can access trails to the reservoir from the Tahoe Cross Country Ski Area Lodge. The lodge is located on Village Drive. As we get into winter the trails will be groomed for skate skiing and striding. Ski passes can be purchased at the Lodge.
Have you explored this area? It would be great to hear about your hikes while there, please leave a comment below.
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Just a reminder to fall back this Autumn!
Set your clocks back 1 hour before you go to sleep on the night of November 5th
As we head into snow season here in Lake Tahoe, everyone is getting excited about all the winter sports there are to do like downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross country, skate skiing, snowmobiling, snow shoeing and of course sledding. Get geared up and come up to enjoy what Lake Tahoe has to offer.
Have you been thinking about a vacation home in Lake Tahoe? Or perhaps relocating here?
Call with any question! 530-448-1680
If you would like to know what Soles4Souls is please read on.
Soles4Souls is an organization that collects shoes for the needy. According to Soles4Souls they have distributed product to people in need in over 125 counties on 5 continents. The organization has given away over 12 Million pairs of shoes through its five year history, currently delivering a pair every seven seconds.
To be a part of this all you need to do it donate new or used shoes at drop off points through out the area.
One of the newest drop off spots is:
West Lake Properties located at 55 West Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City, to the right of the Fanny Bridge. Shoes can be dropped of there for all of November and December of 2011.
Read my past blogs on this event:
Shoe Box locations are subject to change, please contact me with questions: 530-448-1680, [email protected]
Stateline Fire Lookout is a great hike, if you don’t have a lot of time.
To get to the beginning of the trail/road, go up Reservoir Road, which is behind the Tahoe Biltmore, take Lakeview Avenue to the right and watch for Lookout Road that comes down from the left. The hike is really more of a walk, in-that you’re on a paved road. The walk takes less than 30 minutes. If you take the time to enjoy the views and read the placards filled with history and maybe bring a lunch, you could easily spend a couple hours. The original lookout tower is no longer standing, but you can get a feel of how it must have been for the person tending the Fire Lookout. From this viewing area you can see from California to Nevada.
If you do bring a lunch there is a nice picnicking area with tables, trash cans and restrooms. There are also walking paths and benches to enjoy the views.