• Sand Harbor State Park

    With 55 acres of long sandy beaches, rocky coves, shady forested areas and panoramic lake views, Sand Harbor offers visitors unparalleled opportunities to enjoy Lake Tahoe.

  • Travertine Hot Springs

    Travertine Hot Springs are a little rugged, but so worth a stop to soothe muscles tired from backpacking or skiing all weekend. This clothing optional, popular spot can fill up quickly, but you can usually find a pool to share.

  • Angora Lakes

    The Angora Lakes Resort offers summertime recreation and lodging, but snowshoe/hike up the road to Angora Ridge during the winter months for beautiful and peaceful views.

  • Vernal Fall

    The three mile, round trip hike offers beautiful views all along the way to one of yosemite Valley's iconic destinations - Vernal Fall.

  • Lake Winnemucca

    A moderate hike (approximately 2.5 miles from the Carson Pass trailhead) brings you to scenic Lake Winnemucca. We saw many families, dogs, and recreational fishermen on the day we hiked to the lake.

  • Thousand Island Lake

    Both John Muir Trail and Pacific Crest Trail pass Thousand Island Lake, giving hikers significant and scenic routes to chose from. There are a few ways to Thousand Island Lake from trailheads at Agnew Meadows (near Mammoth Lakes) like High Trail, which is an 8.75-mile long section of Pacific Crest Trail that is full of sweeping panoramas.

  • Rock Creek Lake

    Set at 10,000 feet in the Inyo National Forest of the eastern Sierras, Rock Creek Lake is idyllic, with its sandy shores, clear water, and rainbow trout.

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