Aaron Hussmann

Lake Tahoe, San Francisco

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  1. Ellis Peak - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    Ellis Peak is a visually stunning hike on the West shore of Lake Tahoe that offers abundant wildflowers, wide vistas, and exhilarating views of Lake Tahoe.

  2. Christmas Valley Trail to Dardanelles Lake - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    Just South of Lake Tahoe, Dardanelles Lake is a hidden gem. This forested lake offers a moderate day hike with awesome swimming as the reward.

  3. Echo Lakes - Backpacking/Camping

    Lake Tahoe

    The Echo Lakes trailhead near South Lake Tahoe offers hiking, backpacking, camping, and sightseeing for visitors of all abilities.

  4. Eagle Lake - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    The Eagle Lake hike from the Eagle Falls trailhead offers dramatic views of iconic Emerald Bay, Eagle Falls, and Desolation Wilderness.

  5. A (Rest) Day in the Life of a PCT Hiker

    San Francisco

    From laundry to doctor’s visits to sharing gear, here’s an inside look into what happens on an off day for a PCT hiker.

  6. Waterhouse/Powderhouse Peak - Backcountry Sking/Snowboarding

    Lake Tahoe

    Waterhouse and Powderhouse Peak are classic Tahoe backcountry skiing and snowboarding destinations just south of Lake Tahoe.

  7. Echo Lakes - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    Echo Lakes and Desolation Wilderness are one of the most scenic hiking destinations in Lake Tahoe, and offer hikes experienced hikers, novices, and families.

  8. Spooner Lake - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    Located 12 miles East of South Lake Tahoe, Spooner Lake is a family friendly hiking and picnicking area in the Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park.

  9. Tahoe Rim Trail/Pacific Crest Trail through Desolation Wilderness - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    West of Lake Tahoe, Desolation Wilderness is one of the most scenic hiking and backpacking destinations on the Tahoe Rim Trail.

  10. Lake Aloha - Backpacking

    Lake Tahoe

    The Lake Aloha region southwest of Lake Tahoe is one of the most popular overnight destinations in 63,000 acre Desolation Wilderness.

  11. Mount Rose Summit - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    Mount Rose is the second highest peak in the Lake Tahoe basin. This tough but rewarding hike is one of the most scenic in the region.

  12. Tahoe Rim Trail Sections - Backpacking/Camping

    Lake Tahoe

    The 165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail is arguably one of the most scenic long distance hikes in the country.

  13. Lake Tahoe Wildflower Hikes: Where to Spot the Best Blooms

    San Francisco

    Spring in the Sierra means landscapes awash in the brilliant color of spring blooms. Here, a guide to the best Lake Tahoe wildflower hikes.

  14. How to Kayak Lake Tahoe: Insider Tips on Paddling the Alpine Lake

    San Francisco

    From where to pitch a tent to how to break up your trip, these insider tips will help you kayak Lake Tahoe and its 75-mile shoreline.

  15. Quick Guide to Tahoe Ski Passes

    Lake Tahoe

    Season passes are no easy investment, often costing up to an entire paycheck. Their value, however, pays off in the long run. Here, a quick guide to some of the best ski pass deals in Tahoe

  16. Hike the Tahoe Rim Trail: Insider Tips on Planning a Trip

    San Francisco

    Ready to plan your own alpine lake adventure? Check out these insider tips on how to hike the Tahoe Rim Trail.

  17. A Guide to Post-Adventure Pints and Eats in South Lake Tahoe

    San Francisco

    A burgeoning food and drink scene in South Lake Tahoe means great new options to raise a pint post-hike, run, or ride. Where's where to go.

  18. Star Struck: Best Places for Stargazing in Lake Tahoe

    San Francisco

    Adventure around the alpine lake doesn't have to end when the sun goes down. Here, the best spots for stargazing in Lake Tahoe.

  19. A Local's Guide to an Adventurous Spring in Lake Tahoe

    San Francisco

    Spring in Lake Tahoe means that ski season is winding down, but plenty of other adventures are heating up. Here's how to make the most of it.

  20. Lake Tahoe Peak Bagging: 4 Must-Do Summits

    Lake Tahoe, San Francisco

    The alpine lake is great, but Lake Tahoe peak bagging is popular among adventurers, too. Here, 4 must-summit mountains.

  21. 5 Best End-of-Season Mountain Biking Trails in Lake Tahoe

    Lake Tahoe

    Mountain bike these Tahoe trails for a perfect end to the season.

  22. Mt. Tallac - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    Mt. Tallac is one of the most popular and rewarding summits in the Tahoe region, and features breathtaking panoramic views.

  23. Freel Peak - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    Freel Peak is the tallest summit in the Lake Tahoe basin. This day hike offers incredible panoramic views of Lake Tahoe for expert hikers.

  24. Van Sickle Bi-State Park - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    The Van Sickle Bi-State Park opened in 2011 to the excitement of both hikers and mountain bikers. It's trail is a perfect day hike for people of all abilities

  25. Tahoe Rim Trail South - Mountain Biking

    Lake Tahoe

    This 23.2 section offers riders a challenging mountain bike ride on the southern portion of the Tahoe Rim Trail.