Bike through select locations from Tahoe City to Blackwood Canyon, then hike with a California Tahoe Conservancy restoration expert to Eagle Rock in Blackwood Canyon, followed by a walk thru the Roarin’ Tahoe 20′s at the Tahoe Maritime Museum. A picnic lunch provides time to reflect…then water taxi back to Tahoe City where you began!
Saturday Sept 7th $55 includes bike rental, lunch, museum fee & water taxi fare
9:00am – Meet at Assembly Point in 64 Acres parking lot in Tahoe City
9:15am – Walk to Olympic Bike Shop to get sized for bikes
9:45 am - Ride bikes with guide to Eagle Rock with occasional stops at locations of interest
10:30am – Hike Eagle Rock to experience a presentation from the California Tahoe Conservancy given by Scott Cecchiis
11:30pm - Ride bikes to Base of Blackwood Canyon for a picnic lunch provided by Syd’s Bagelery and Espresso
12:30pm – Bike to The Tahoe Maritime Museum
1:00pm – Experience a presentation about the “Roarin’ Tahoe 20′s” at the Tahoe Maritime Museum
2:00pm – Water Taxi back to Tahoe City from the historic Obexers Marina
2:45pm- Drop bikes off at Olympic Bike Shop and walk back to 64 acres
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Adam Henriques plans and executes zero-waste events for gatherings throughout the State of California; he is also a Conservation Assistant with the TRCD and has a love for for all things outdoors. Adam was born and raised in Tahoe City and has dedicated his life to conservation work in the Basin and to inspire people to make positive impacts in the places they live and recreate.
Scott Cecchiis is with the California Tahoe Conservancy. He is involved in environmental restoration around the Basin including urban, stream, and trail improvements. Scott is a long time resident and avid mountain biker, paddle boarder, and skier. His background is in environmental management and urban planning.