Summer has officially arrived. But not before Old Man Winter made one last mark on the year, with parts of Lake Tahoe receiving measurable amounts of snow at the beginning of the month (yes, seriously). However, it looks like summer days are here, and here to stay. And they've never been so well deserved.
Snow aside, June is historically one of the nicest months around Lake Tahoe. Sun's out, fun's out. This past month was particularly unique, because of the late-season snow, but also because of the effects of one of the biggest winters on record. Snow still covers many mountaintops, rivers are rushing and Lake Tahoe is above its natural rim. Best summer ever?
With the Fourth of July weekend coming up, it's setting up to be a beautiful summer around Lake Tahoe. In the meantime, check out some of our favorite photos from June around Lake Tahoe.
Yesterday @robbiesell, @nickvisconti and myself set out to kayak at Independence Lake, but the lack of snowmelt on the roads forced us to turn back only a half mile from our destination... so we ended up at this insanely gorgeous waterfall instead. See my story for more. It's crazy how much snow there still is around here, and how full our lakes and rivers are right now! I would highly recommend planning a trip to Tahoe this summer 😍 You'll find me here! (P.S. Thank you for the love on my last post — your support truly means the world to me!) #tevaexplorercollective
Summertime in Tahoe is hard to beat. 80 degree weather, beautiful views and fresh trails at @northstar_california makes for a perfect day in my books. Get up and get out there this weekend! #trekbikes #poc #fivetenshoes #bellbikehelmets #tahoesummer #nwt3k #northstarbikepark #foxmtb #gopro #girlgetoutside