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Lake Tahoe: East Shore Trail Self-Guided Electric Bike Tour

1. Lake Tahoe: East Shore Trail Self-Guided Electric Bike Tour

Experience Lake Tahoe’s most scenic and enchanting coastal trail on this self-guided e-bike tour. Ride in the comfort of an award-winning electric bike. See and feel Lake Tahoe differently as you soak up the breathtaking views and mountains vistas while cycling along the Saphire Jewel’s most popular shoreline path. You'll ride along bike paths the whole way, so you can relax without having to worry about traffic. Cycle from Incline Village to Sand Harbor at your own pace. Enjoy numerous stops at beautiful beaches, stunning viewpoints, and coastal photo settings. Journey over bridges and along the shoreline to reach Sand Harbor – Lake Tahoe’s most beautiful state park.

Lake Tahoe: Sand Harbor Helicopter Flight

2. Lake Tahoe: Sand Harbor Helicopter Flight

Set off from south of Southern Lake Tahoe and discover the gorgeous sand and multi-colored waters of Sand Harbor from the air. Fly over some of the locals' best kept secrets, other hidden beaches, and bays along the east shoreline such as Glenbrook Bay, Secret Harbor, Skunk Harbor, and Chimney Beach. After reaching Sand Harbor, ascend for a look at Marlette Lake which is located at 7,841 feet above sea level. Take in these incredible sights from a helicopter which provides an unparalleled perspective that you will remember for a lifetime.

Lake Tahoe: Hybrid Bike Rental and Self-Guided Tour

3. Lake Tahoe: Hybrid Bike Rental and Self-Guided Tour

Embark on a self-guided hybrid bike tour of the breathtaking North Shore of Lake Tahoe. Start your day by meeting at the Hyatt Regency Incline Village where a team member will personally fit you to the hybrid bike that suits you best. After a brief safety and usage tutorial, you’re off to explore and bike on your own for a full day.  Ride the Lakeshore car-free bike path all the way to the new East Shore bike trail. Journey towards Sand Harbor State Park and take in the panoramic views Lake Tahoe has to offer. If you want, you can even stop and rest at Memorial Beach or Hidden Beach and take photos of these hidden gems. If you get hungry from all the biking, stop at the Tunnel Creek Café where you can grab refreshments and food to re-energize you for the rest of your day. Journey north on Lakeshore Blvd and ride past luxurious homes that make up Billionaires Row. Extend your bike ride and cross the state line into California to see Kings Beach if you wish. Enjoy the freedom of ultimately choosing your own route and the flexibility of having the bike for the full day so you can really experience Lake Tahoe.

Reno: Downtown Pedicab Motorized Tour

4. Reno: Downtown Pedicab Motorized Tour

Roll through "The Biggest Little City in the World" with pedicabs, a service that helps tourists and locals get to their destinations the fun way. Allow your environmentally conscious ride to transport you around downtown Reno and see the main sights. Once you climb aboard, head to the Reno Strip and see the myriad of lights and local restaurants, bars, and casinos. Passby city murals, the famous Truckee River and Riverwalk, Wingfield Park, and both the Reno Arches. Learn fun information about the history of Reno and the Truckee River from your guide, and get to where you want to go a little wiser.

Downtown Reno: Self-Guided Audio Tour

5. Downtown Reno: Self-Guided Audio Tour

Enjoy the beautiful city of Reno on a self-guided audio tour. You will receive the instructions on your voucher after booking. Explore the area with an audio guide at your own pace and hear about its culture and history. After downloading the app start your tour at Reno’s Arch. You will hear about a 12-floored demolished brick building, an extinct species of big fish, and Reno’s history as the divorce capital of America. Uncover the facts about trains, highways, and mining that changed the city and learn about the city’s famous bridge. Soak in the vibrant atmosphere while listening to the history of the town. During the tour, choose to pause the app at any time to take a break or spend some more time seeing the sights. Feel free to put a few dollars on the table, roll the dice, and take a chance on Reno, the biggest little city in the world.

Reno: Midtown Mural Motorized Tour

6. Reno: Midtown Mural Motorized Tour

Roll through "The Biggest Little City in the World" with a pedicab, a service that helps tourists and locals get to their destinations the fun way. Take the Midtown Mural tour and explore the ever-changing area, with over 30 intriguing murals to discover. Climb aboard a zero-emission pedicab and explore Reno's Midtown Murals. Listen to your guide as you notice the constantly changing scene. Explore and admire murals scattered down the main drag and off the beaten path. Head down creatively named alleys and notice hidden buildings you'd never find on your own. Feel good riding in an environmentally friendly vehicle and getting where you need to go safely.

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 11 reviews

I scheduled an all day tour on hybrid bike. Didn't realize That was not electric. The staff upgraded us to E bikes When we check done. The Scenery was breathtaking

Loved our experience and friendly staff. Great condition bikes.