365 Days of Tahoe — Day 31

January 31, 2015

Ever wanted to adventure around our home snowshoeing?  The views in the winter are breath taking, memories to live on for a lifetime.  California State Parks interpreters will be leading people on snowshoes treks on the West Shore through out this winter!  Take in all the adventure with a guide to the Ehrman Mansion in Sugar Pine Point State Park!  The Trek will begin in fron of the Ehrman Mansion and the Rangers will discuss our home’s history what attracted our earliest settlers!

Spectacular Full Moon Snowshoe Tours. Saturdays, Jan 31, Feb 28, 2015 (and Apr 4 if enough snow). Join Park Rangers for moonlight adventures around the Hellman-Ehrman Mansion and along Lake Tahoe’s magical West Shore. Few experiences compare to snowshoeing under the light of a full moon along the snow covered Tahoe shoreline!

For those new to snowshoeing, there will be a beginners’ clinic at 6:30pm. All proceeds from these tours support Sierra State Parks Foundation. $25 for adults; free for children 12 and younger. Price includes snowshoe rental and parking. Meet in the day use area parking lot (lakeside entrance off Highway 89). 1½ hours. Wear warm, layered clothing, waterproof shoes, and bring a flashlight. Space is limited and reservations required through our State Park Partner, West Shore Sports at (530) 525-9920.

Event Details:

  • The snowshoe trek is free
  • Parking is $10
  • Participants must provide their own snowshoes
  • Call 530.583.9911 to reserve a spot

Don’t forget those Cameras at home!

It’s So Tahoe!!

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