National Forest Update: Tahoe National Forest is open for day use and recreation. Restrictions apply to camping and firearm use. A fire ban is in place.
Hit the trails and enjoy these hikes in Truckee for gorgeous fall colors and wide open spaces. We’re willing to bet you haven’t heard of some!
Truckee is home to some of the finest golfing in the High Sierra. Hit the green with your household and enjoy these scenic courses!
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.
Here are four photos for your Zoom background to help you forget that you’re stuck at home and evoke memories of your favorite mountain town, Truckee, CA.
Did COVID-19 put a hamper on your travel plans? Here are our favorite ways to visit Truckee virtually while you shelter in place.
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!) –
Truckee in autumn is a special time of year – with stunning fall foliage, crisp mountain air and an atmosphere as relaxed as your sweater, it’s a perfect place to unwind. Right now fall colors are at their peak. Golden Aspen and Cottonwood trees are set against dark pines with beautiful low-lying red brush accents. Whether you drive, walk, bike, hike or paddle – you don’t want to miss nature’s show of color in the Sierra.