It is extremely breathtaking to tour Lake Tahoe in the spring and summer . The lake becomes a glittering jewel surrounded by snow-capped mountains and lush green trees as the snow starts to melt. It's the ideal time of year to go biking, hiking, or simply have a leisurely stroll along the lakeshore because the weather is mild with crisp mornings and warm afternoons. As the wildflowers begin to blossom and the animals emerge from the snowy mountains, there are plenty of opportunities to observe the natural world. Lake Tahoe in the spring is a sight to behold, whether you're seeking adventure or just want to take in the beauty of nature. Make sure you're ready with all the proper essentials, many of which are available at The Potlatch!
Sunscreen Even if it's still spring, the sun can be fierce at higher elevations such as Lake Tahoe. Make sure to protect yourself from its harmful rays. Using sunscreen will help prevent sun damage to your skin.
Layers It is vital to dress in layers in order to remain comfortable throughout the day in Lake Tahoe during the spring because the weather there can be unpredictable. Hiking boots Now is a terrific time to explore the trails surrounding Lake Tahoe because the snow is melting and the paths are starting to become accessible. Be careful to wear appropriate hiking shoes so that your feet will be supported and comfy throughout the hike. Water bottle Maintaining proper hydration is essential throughout the year regardless of the season, but it becomes much more critical as the temperature outside begins to rise.
Sunglasses It is important to remember to have a pair of sunglasses with you in order to shield your eyes from the intense glare that can be caused by the sun reflecting off of the snow. Camera April at Lake Tahoe is a wonderful time of year due to the return of wildlife and the blooming of wildflowers. Remember to carry a camera so you can record all of the stunning scenery. Head and Face Covering Wearing a hat not only shields your face and head from the sun's rays but also helps keep you warm when the wind picks up. Blanket Having a picnic by the lake or in the mountains is a wonderful idea now that the weather is starting to get warmer, so be sure to pack all of the necessary materials. Don't forget to bring a blanket, food, and drinks.
Insect Spray The melting snow signals the beginning of the insect season. Be sure to bring bug spray with you so you can ward off the insects. First Aid Kit Something that everyone should carry at all times in case of any injuries or mishaps while out on the trails and exploring scenic Lake Tahoe.
Those are just the essentials, come on in and see how you can accessorize yourself for this season with some Lake Tahoe based jewelry and much more!
See you soon!