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Get in Touch with Nature at Taylor Creek this Fall

Do you know that Lake Tahoe has salmon in it? Don’t believe me? Check out the salmon spawning at Taylor Creek, just outside of South Lake Tahoe. A place where you can go connect with nature, enjoy the fall leaves, check out wildlife and learn about how the salmon got into the lake. Taylor Creek offers a visitor center, boardwalk, stream profile chamber where you can see the salmon and trout, and the occasional bears coming to feed on the fish. Mid-October is the best time for a visit to Taylor Creek.

Taylor Creek Video - Milena Regos

Taylor Creek Video - Milena Regos

Hike around Fallen Leaf Lake

Right outside of Taylor Creek is the exit that will take you to Fallen Leaf Lake. You can bike or hike around Fallen Leaf Lake and take in the views of Mt Tallac. The Fall colors and the blue lake create a contrast perfect for photos. You can bring a picnic to enjoy on the lake shores. There isn’t anything open at Fallen Leaf Lake in Fall so prepare ahead of time. Driving there is on a very narrow road so be sure take your time.

Fallen Leaf Lake - Milena Regos

Fallen Leaf Lake Video - Milena Regos

 

fallen leaf lake

Fallen Leaf Lake | Photo by Jeff Moser via Flickr

Where to Stay This Fall

The Landing Tahoe Resort and Spa is a boutique, 77-room hotel right on the lake with access to the beach, next to Edgewood. Check out their Fall Special and take advantage of the season’s colors. With a restaurant and a spa on site, your perfect weekend getaway is awaiting you.

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Milena Regos

20 year Tahoe local, skier, paddleboarder, and a digital marketing consultant with focus on travel & hospitality. When not in front of the computer she can be found in the Tahoe outdoors. Website: www.milenaregos.com Instagram/Twitter: milenaregos

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