Jill Sanford

Lake Tahoe, Bishop, Park City, Santa Barbara

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  1. Echo Summit to Donner Pass- Backpacking the PCT

    Lake Tahoe

    Spend a week backpacking along one of the most interesting stretches of the PCT where it overlaps with the Tahoe Rim Trail.

  2. Highway 80 to Old Highway 40 on the PCT - Backpacking

    Lake Tahoe

    Take the whole family on this quick hike that is great for beginning backpackers.

  3. Galena Creek Park - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    Connect to the Mt. Rose Wilderness area by hiking this 9 mile loop out of Galena Creek Park.

  4. Martis Loop - Trail Running

    Lake Tahoe

    Martis Loop is a relatively flat trail alongside a creek that offers stunning views.

  5. Stanford Rock - Mountain Biking

    Lake Tahoe

    This intense uphill climb is well worth the effort thanks to the awesome 6 mile downhill ride and amazing views.

  6. Coldstream Canyon - Trail Running

    Lake Tahoe

    This trail run is located just outside of Truckee, making it a quick 7.4 mile workout with rewarding views.

  7. 90 Foot Wall at Emerald Bay - Rock Climbing

    Lake Tahoe

    Climbers of all skill levels will be awed by the iconic views of Emerald Bay while scaling 90 Foot Wall .

  8. River Rock - Climbing

    Lake Tahoe

    River Rock is an iconic climbing destination located on the banks of the Truckee River and just off I-80.

  9. Waddle Ranch - Trail Running

    Lake Tahoe

    Located just outside of Truckee, this wildlife preserve is a great place for a quick trail run.

  10. Galena Creek Park - Snowshoeing

    Lake Tahoe

    Strap on your snowshoes and discover the beauty of winter in the Sierra Nevada.

  11. Lake Tahoe - Cycling

    Lake Tahoe

    Challenging climbs and the high elevation make this scenic ride a favorite among serious cyclists.

  12. Pie Shop - Climbing

    Lake Tahoe

    This classic South Lake Tahoe climbing destination offers something for all skill levels.

  13. Chimney Beach - Hiking

    Lake Tahoe

    Breathtaking views and a short hike down to the shore make Chimney Beach a great place to spend a few hours at Lake Tahoe.

  14. Lakes Basin - Cycling

    Lake Tahoe

    This challenging 45 mile ride takes you through the scenic countryside of the Lakes Basin area.

  15. Fallen Leaf Lake - Paddling

    Lake Tahoe

    Paddle the sparkling blue waters of Fallen Leaf Lake and take in panoramic views of the Sierra mountains.

  16. Lovers Leap - Climbing

    Lake Tahoe

    The easily accessible climbing mecca Lovers Leap is a must see for any climber in the South Lake Tahoe area.

  17. Donner Lake - Paddling

    Lake Tahoe

    SUP, Kayak or Canoe the sparkling waters of Donner Lake, located in the heart of the Sierra and surrounded by pristine views.

  18. Brockway Summit to Watson Lake-Tahoe Rim Trail - Trail Running

    Lake Tahoe

    The Tahoe Rim Trail offers steep climbs and one of a kind views for trail runners.

  19. Echo Lakes - Climbing

    Lake Tahoe

    Avoid the crowds and challenge yourself on the intense granite faces over looking Echo Lake.

  20. Gold Lake - Paddling

    Lake Tahoe

    Paddle this Sierra lake with lots of fun coves explore and sights to take in.

  21. A First Timer's Guide to Getting the Most Out of a Park City Vacation

    Park City

    With two-world class ski resorts, a historic downtown, fine dining, Olympic venues, high-end spas, and incredible Utah powder, Park City is the perfect spot for a winter getaway.

  22. Everything You Need to Know About Santa Barbara's One-of-a-Kind Urban Wine Trail

    Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara is one of the premier wine destinations, and the Urban Wine Trail is an excellent way to taste the region's best offerings.

  23. The 10 Steepest Ski Runs in California

    Lake Tahoe

    You won't find more steep, skiable terrain in the lower 48 states than around Lake Tahoe. For those who like a challenging ride, here are 10 of the best steep runs to get your adrenaline pumping.

  24. 5 Reasons Why You Should Explore Santa Barbara By Bike

    Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara offers the ideal climate ideal for cycling year round, and the stunning coastline, rolling hills, and health-conscious culture of this central California city make it the perfect place for biking.

  25. The 8 Best Places to Camp Near Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara

    From beach camping to the Los Padres National Forest, Santa Barbara features a wide variety of options for those who want to sleep under the stars.