Tahoe

Eagle Falls, California

A short walk south of Vikingsholm Castle will take you to the very end of the Eagle Falls Trail where a series of cascades tumble and flows down the last few hundred feet before flowing into Lake Tahoe. A small bridge over the river provided the perfect viewpoint for this image.

Despite the chill in the air, Jenn and I decided to make the short hike down from the Emerald Bay vista parking lot along highway 89 down to lake level. The sun was out and and the views were spectacular! This was also the first time I had ventured down to the waters of Emerald Bay.

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Given the same name as a waterfall in Yosemite National Park, this little waterfall resides on the side of US Highway 50 in the El Dorado National Forest between Pollock Pines and Lake Tahoe.

Below Cave Rock is a little cove and boat launch that grants a vew of the iconic rock while hiding the road, and the caves, from view.

Even a rainy day at Lake Tahoe can give you some good opportunities for pictures. This image was taken from the boat launch at Cave Rock looking out towards the California side of the lake.

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