Paddling 4 Paws is a 5 day (4 nights) paddle powered circumnavigation of Lake Tahoe from August 18-22, 2014. The trip will include 12 kayakers and/or stand up paddle boarders and a K-9 representative from the Lake Tahoe Humane Society animal volunteer programs. Our goals are to have fun exploring Lake Tahoe and to generate donations […]
News & Updates
Early October is the perfect time to paddle on the Lake Tahoe Water Trail! My trip yesterday started at Cave Rock on the East Shore. Getting on the water was easy from the nearly empty parking lot. The friendly kiosk attendant asked me if I was a Tahoe Keeper (yes!) and we passed in without […]
In June 2013, the Lake Tahoe Water Trail hosted a worshop at the annual California Trails & Greenways Conference. Although thunderstorms forced us to cancel the on-water part of the workshop, we were able to take participants to different access points to the Water Trail, and discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the LTWT. Check […]
Check out our guest blog post over at the Tahoe South site – it’s an awesome introduction to the Lake Tahoe Water Trail and features some beautiful pictures you haven’t seen before. Look for more posts from the Water Trail Team in the future!
Come join members of the Lake Tahoe Water Trail Team for a trip on the Water Trail on Saturday May 18th! We will be meeting at the public access road at the end of Silver Street off Rt. 89 (more specific directions here: ) at 8:30 am and leaving vehicles in Homewood Ski Area’s parking lot. From […]
Hi paddlers! As snow accumulates around the basin, it’s easy to miss out on one of the best ways to explore Lake Tahoe: winter paddling. In the winter, you’ll have the lake completely to yourself – no motorboats, only wildlife and shorebirds. Check out this New York Times article if you need more convincing! While […]
What Does a Water Trail Do for Business? The Lake Tahoe Water Trail attracts year-round residents as part of the healthy outdoor lifestyle they move here to find. The Lake Tahoe Water Trail attracts visitors to Tahoe who are older, wealthier, and stay overnight. The growth of SUP use also creates a youth and adventure […]
We had a great time at the Annual Spring Paddle Day May 19th! We paddled from Commons Beach in Tahoe City along the northwest shore to Blackwood Creek and hiked up Eagle Rock. Our day ended with a great lunch at Sunnyside Restaurant and Resort. Thanks to Jeff Miner for these pictures. If you have any more, […]
The Lake Tahoe Water Trail Team created a new map series you can download and print of Lake Tahoe Water Trail launching and landing points, and local tips about weather, interpretive information, and safety. Get them here and let us know how you like them!