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Park on the side of Highway 28 by the green gate. Pack a picnic lunch and head down the trail to the lake for gorgeous views and crystal clear water. When you get to the lake, keep walking around to the right and find a...More
Park on side of Highway 28. Hike down to the lake for gorgeous views, photographs and flowers. Historic stone building at lakeside. Enjoy a picnic before you hike uphill. Approximately 2 hours for tourists.
Trailhead is at the green gate about 2 miles before the 50 North. Beautiful vistas the whole way down to the beach - Loads of pine cones line the trail, interesting rock formations and beautiful trees. 600 ft down and then up - but it...More
Take highway 28 from highway 50 North approx 2 miles. Look for iron pope gate in west side of highway. Park in one of the turnouts along the highway. A great walk through a mixed conifer forest with filtered views of Lake Tahoe along the...More
An easy hike down a dirt road brings you to Skunk Harbor, a beautiful cove on Lake Tahoe. This is a scenic trail with views of the lake all the way down. The beach includes a gentle sandy section and areas with boulders for scampering...More
Its best to visit in the morning before the noisy boaters and the rest of the hikers start to trickle in. Vivid green and blue harbor that's hidden away enough for quiet reflection but not too far to hike, a rarity for any natural beauty....More
Most visit the area via boat but is accessible by trail. Old historic buildings were summer picnic area of Bliss family place across on the west side of lake. Nice sandy beaches, not sure if it has restrooms, very busy on summer weekends, if you...More
In 15 years of boating this is the best cove and beach I've ever found. The sand is grainy but clean. The views are unequaled. I can't say enough about the serenity and beauty of this spot. We were there on a quiet day, I'm...More