As the only paddling source for Lake Tahoe, paddlers find public launch/landing sites, planned paddle routes, shoreline businesses, cultural and natural attractions, navigation tools, and water safety and aquatic invasive species prevention tips on the website, www.laketahoewatertrail.org, and printed waterproof Map & Guide.
The downloadable Day Trip Maps include paddle itineraries that fit ability and curiosity levels, with details about parking, on-site facilities and amenities, as well as public beach access to nearby hiking trails, restaurants, paddle shops, historic sites, lodging and campgrounds.
Every mountain mariner, non-motorized and motorized, should own a Lake Tahoe Water Trail Map & Guide. Waterproof and tear resistant, this large (24” x 37”) 4-color map includes underwater and land topography, latitude/longitude coordinates, GPS waypoints, and a detailed listing of shoreline services and points of interest for Lake Tahoe and Fallen Leaf Lake to help boaters navigate our water world. Available at Lake Tahoe locations and paddle shops.
While gazing at it from land is breathtaking, life changes once you get on Lake Tahoe. The Lake Tahoe Water Trail helps paddlers understand the interconnected relationship of man with nature, and how to safely navigate and protect Lake Tahoe’s pristine watershed.
For more info and to get a map, visit www.laketahoewatertrail.org.