Play it Safe – Spanish Day Trip Maps Now Available

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Our lives today are the busiest they’ve ever been. And the leisure time you do have, you want to cherish with family and friends that you normally don’t get to see. Why not combine time with your loved ones AND get some human-powered therapy in the great outdoors? To make the experience safer and easier for our Latin community, we’ve translated ALL our Day Trip Maps into Spanish.

You Don’t Need A Lot Of Time

We know the argument you’ll bring up. It sounds like you need to take an ENTIRE day off. You don’t. In fact, the Lake Tahoe Water Trail gives you the opportunity to easily get out on the water for just an hour or two. The easiest way to do that is to head over to our Day Trips section. For more reasons on why you should consider going on a paddling adventure, head to our article Connect Generations on a Paddle Eco-Adventure.

Day Trip Maps Are The Way To Go

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Image appears courtesy: Sierra Business Council

To help you have a safe and fun adventure, we’ve segmented the 72-mile water route into 7 Day Trip Maps of about 10 miles each for out-and-back paddles from one beach or point-to-point excursions that connect our twenty trailheads. Depending on where you’re staying or living, you’ll find at least a handful of trailheads within a few minutes’ drive.

How To Find The Spanish Day Trip Maps

To find the Day Trip Maps, click on the Maps drop-down menu on the top header. From there, click on Day Trip Maps. For each of the seven maps you’ll see an “[En Español]” link under the Route Map.pdf. This will open the .pdf onto a new page so that you can print it out and bring it with you.

Also, to help speed up the process of finding the right trailhead, scroll down to the second page of the Day Trip Map and look under the amenities for a given trailhead. You’ll see which ones provide kayak and SUP rentals as well as public beaches that have parking and restrooms.

The Lake Tahoe Water Trail is a Sierra Business Council sustainable recreation tourism project. Learn more about SBC's innovative social, environmental and economic development projects in the Sierra Nevada at www.sierrabusiness.org.


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