I hate to admit it, but biking season is right around the corner.
Juliana enjoying the view around each corner from the Flume Trail on Tahoe’s East Shore.
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November and I have a love-hate relationship. I usually get incredibly antsy about winter in a month where it usually snows enough to make it cold and icy on the mountain bike trials, but not enough to ski. This November weekend changed that relationship. In fact, the options were plentiful and almost equally enticing. The mountain biking was as good as it’s been all year. The temperature mid-day was perfect for climbing or hiking. And I even heard reports of powder skiing above 8000′, easily accessible near Carson Pass. While snow is always hard for me to turn down, I know winter is coming and so I opted to bask in the sunshine and hit the tacky dirt and warm rock. It turned out to be one of my favorite weekends in Tahoe in my least favorite month! I might have to revise those rankings.
Taylor taking in the view near the Van Sickle Trail
Taylor on the Van Sickle decent
Friends on the top of Castle Rock
Taylor at the end of her lead on Castle Rock
Juliana making some moves up Castle Rock – a 5.8 Sport Climb
The author near the top of the climb. Stellar views of Lake Tahoe await.
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