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Fabulous Weather and Fun Events for Autumn at Fallen Leaf Lake

by stanfordsierra

07 12, 2010 | Posted in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Fall is a beautiful season in Lake Tahoe with endless days of clear blue skies, golden aspen leaves, calm lake waters, and vibrant green pines.  Schedule your meetings for morning and evening, then leave your afternoons free to relax or explore the Fallen Leaf Lake area.

Barbie knitting on the deck with calm Fallen Leaf Lake in the background

Active options include getting out on the water in a kayak, peddle boat, row boat or sailboat from our boat dock.

Kayaking the calm waters of Fallen Leaf Lake

Schedule a few days, so you can also hike on one of many nearby trails.  Fall weather is usually very mild and a wonderful time to get out on the hiking trails.  Angora Lakes is an excellent destination where you can hike up one trail and down another. During the fall, time your meeting to coincide with one of many special events in South Lake Tahoe.  For the active crowd, the Lake Tahoe Marathon Week has a number of competitions to choose from September 22nd through the 26th.  If beer drinking and braut-eating are more your style, Oktoberfest at Camp Richardson is October 2nd and 3rd just minutes from our conference center.  Just down the street from Camp Richardson, watch the Kokanee salmon on their arduous journey up Taylor Creek from Lake Tahoe  to Fallen Leaf Lake at the Kokanee Salmon Festival.  The first weekend in October visit the Taylor Creek Visitor Center for activities including the Salmon feed, 5K, 10K and 1/2 marathon trail runs. For many of us Lake Tahoe locals, fall is our favorite season.  Check our availability calendar to choose dates for your fall retreat and experience the beauty of autumn at Fallen Leaf Lake.

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