Angora Lakes has three separate lakes~Here is a picture of the first lake we reached on our hike. Off the trail and more quite, a spot for contemplation.
Continued past lovely mountain views up to the final lake at the Resort~
You can hike around, canoe or swim across the lake~
Jumping off the rocks and swimming back to shore was a spectator sport for me~
The Resort at Lake Angora the busier of the three lakes, but the most popular spot for diving and swimming is just across from this view ~ The resort has a general store.
Unless you arrive early or stay late the area can get quite busy especially on weekends but the beauty is worth the wait. If you plan a trip to Lake Tahoe here is a link to all the areas hiking with degrees of difficulty. http://www.bluelaketahoe.com/visitors/recreation.php?s=10&l=2
In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks. ~John Muir
Friday, August 14, 2009
When I was in Lake Tahoe CA visiting family they live a stone's throw from conservancy land. We packed a small lunch, waters and hiked on down to the river. You go through meadows seeing mountain views in every direction. When down at the river some parts shallow enough to walk across other parts deeper where beavers have made a dam or where there are swimming holes to enjoy. The beauty of the surroundings are filled with contradiction, beauty and decay.
The human spirit needs places where nature has not been rearranged by the hand of man. ~Author Unknown