Snowshoe with a Ranger
Want to snowshoe to a grand view overlooking Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada Mountains? Well now is your chance to do just that with a skilled and knowledgeable Forest Service Ranger leading the way. Learn about the natural, historic, and geologic history of the Lake Tahoe area, get some fresh air, and enjoy your local National Forest lands!
How to Participate:
Preregistration is preferred but not mandatory. Register by calling ‘Dave’ at 775-722-3985 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What do I need to bring?
Participants need to bring their own snowshoes. Weather can be unpredictable in Tahoe Meadows so bring warm weatherproof clothing and many layers. Bring a lunch, sunscreen, and plenty of water.
The treks will be cancelled in the event of bad weather and or dangerous road conditions such as chains required.
Where is it at?
Located in ‘Tahoe Meadows’ approximately half way between south Reno and Incline Village/Lake Tahoe along Highway 431. Meet at the west end of Tahoe Meadows, on the south side of the road. Look for a white truck marked with Forest Service symbol and Rangers in green coats.
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