From rock climbing to hydrobiking, there are many fresh air adventures in Truckee for you and your family! Get outside and explore Truckee’s wild side.
Enjoy spending more time with the ones you love and reconnecting with nature when you stay in a Truckee mountain home. Learn more and book today!
Wear your face masks while hiking in Truckee. Here are tips to recreate responsibly and keep yourself and others safe during your visit.
During quarantine I rolled up my sleeves and dove into sustainable green projects. Here’s what I learned about sustainability and Keeping Truckee Green.
Learn about Sierra Nevada flora and fauna! Here are the Truckee wildlife and wildflowers that make their home in the high elevation mountains.
Grab your family, roll up your sleeves, and delve into one of these green at-home quarantine projects like gardening, composting, and more!
Truckee is packed with fun events this winter and spring. Don’t miss out on music festivals, film festivals, ski and gravel bike racing events, and more.
Skiing isn’t the only way to have fun in the snow when you visit Truckee. If you’re looking for a different winter activity to do with your family, consider one of the following spots for a day of snow play. There’s something for everyone and every age, from resorts with groomed tubing to primitive sledding hills tucked into the forest.
Ready to play in the snow?
You’re planning a vacation in the mountains but there’s one detail you haven’t quite figured out – should you stay in a mountain home or a hotel? The two offer very different travel experiences. One comes with fresh linens and the convenience of a continental breakfast in the morning. But while fluffy hotel pillows might sound irresistible, we all usually end up craving the comforts of home while on vacation.
We’re all itching to get outdoors after being cooped up inside on big storm days. Lucky for us, there are several winter trails in Truckee that are plowed and stay clear of snow. Here are three that are perfect for a run on a crisp winter day, a long walk with your furry friend, or enjoying fresh mountain air with the whole family (stroller friendly!) –