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Taylor Creek Visitor Center Ranger Programs – Rainbow Walk

Rainbow Walk, Sundays, and Fridays, 10:30 AM, July & August, Free!

Named for the rainbows that sparkle in the morning dew, the Rainbow Trail is a special place.  It loops through the largest meadow/marsh at Lake Tahoe.  Join a naturalist on the trail and discover how the meadow, marsh, and stream are connected to lake clarity. Make an underwater connection with Taylor Creek in the Stream Profile Chamber.

The Taylor Creek Visitor Center is located three miles north of the "Y" on Highway 89.  For more information, call (530) 543-2674.

Rainbow Walk

Taylor Creek Visitor Center
Taylor Creek has something for everyone.  Connect with a naturalist to get answers to your questions or learn new things.  Get your maps, books, wilderness permits and/or National Recreation Pass.  Take a casual walk along any of the four self-guided trails.  Spot a butterfly, dragonfly, bird on the fly, or other wildlife.  Study fish in their natural habitat at the Stream Profile Chamber.  Enjoy the beach.  Watch the Sunset.  Or Attend an evening program.

Tahoe Heritage Foundation and the Great Basin Institute partners with the United States Forest Service to present these programs and events.

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