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.
Everything you need to know about planning a Truckee hiking trip for late summer and beyond. Where to go, what to bring, and when to visit in this guide.
Wear your face masks while hiking in Truckee. Here are tips to recreate responsibly and keep yourself and others safe during your visit.
Established by Ryan Fowler in 2014, Dirt Gypsy Adventures set out to blend adventure, active travel and trail exploration for all abilities with a variety of mountain bike tours across the Western US. Dirt Gypsy Adventures is North Lake Tahoe’s four-season outfitter and guide service for all things bike-related. Their Truckee-based operation offers single and multi-day guided tours, summer trailhead shuttle service throughout the Basin,
Learn about Sierra Nevada flora and fauna! Here are the Truckee wildlife and wildflowers that make their home in the high elevation mountains.
While the Truckee community is reeling from business impacts due to COVID-19, we extend our deepest thoughts to beloved visitors who have supported our tourism economy. With immense compassion for everyone’s wish to be in the fresh mountain air, now is NOT the time to visit Truckee.
Truckee’s healthcare system is excellent but limited. The consequences of COVID-19 for our small town would be devastating.
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?
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!) –
Photo: Northstar California Resort
Are you a non-alpine skier or rider eager to explore Truckee’s unreal backyard with a fun winter activity? Or, perhaps you’re looking to switch things up after a morning on the slopes. Check out our list of favorites below to create a fun winter experience with your friends and family!
Fat bikes are an easy and fun way to explore the Truckee area all-year round.
January is National Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month. In the spirit of spreading the love of sliding, upright, on snow to new skiers and boarders, many Lake Tahoe resorts are offering great deals on lessons, ticket, and equipment packages during the month of January.
JANUARY’S $59 FIRST-TIMER PACKAGE
Slide on two planks or learn to stand sideways on a snowboard.