Posts by: Pam Jahnke

Martis Valley Loop Trail

The Martis Valley Loop Trail has spectacular mountain views and is relatively flat for Tahoe.  You can run it or hike it. It's a great...

Ultimate Guide to Burning Man

In less than two weeks 60,000 people will gather in the high desert of northern Nevada and form an improvised city in the dry lakebed of...

Rent a Backpack

Rent a backpack for your Lake Tahoe trip We rent the best camping gear! One of the best things to do in Lake Tahoe is go for a hike....

Picnic Rock Hike along the Tahoe Rim Trail in Lake Tahoe

Tahoe Rim Trail to Picnic Rock Picnic Rock is one of my favorite hikes in North Lake Tahoe for the epic views and peaceful rock outcropping...

Stateline Fire Lookout Hike – Lake Tahoe Hiking Trails

The best thing about the Stateline Fire Lookout is the panoramic lakeview. From the moment you park your car you are rewarded with...

Microspikes – Hiking Traction for Backpackers, Trail Runners, and Hikers

Snow and ice covered routes make walking difficult and falling could lead to a long, uncontrollable slide resulting in injury or death. ...

Best Trail Running Shoes for 2017

List of our top selling trail running shoes and some of their key characteristics, what foot type they might fit best, and best uses to...

Backpacking the John Muir Trail – What You Need to Know

Learn about life on the trail, how to prepare for your backpacking trip and the best way to get permits for the John Muir Trail. Get tips...

Squaw Mountain Run 2017

Take on the challenge, participate in the Squaw Mountain Run on July 29, 2017! Join hundreds runners and hikers run and trek to the top of...

G3 Skis, Skins and Bindings Get Thumbs Up for Long Backcountry Ski Tours

The spring Sierra couloir corn harvest (that’s hard to say) is nearly upon us and sadly the pow sticks will be taking a seat on the...