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M.S Dixie II Sunset Dinner Cruise
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M.S Dixie II Sunset Dinner Cruise

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Watch the sun slip behind the mountains on a Lake Tahoe dinner cruise aboard the M.S. Dixie II, and enjoy champagne, live music and an elegant dinner on the water. Dance to tunes from the local Steve Walker Band, see a spectacular Sierra sunset, then sit down for a freshly prepared meal. Enjoy selections like grass-fed beef or trout, organic greens, and vegetables. Finish the evening with fresh berries and cake as the first stars appear above the peaks, and Lake Tahoe’s scenic shoreline is illuminated.
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683keith wrote a review Aug 2020
Torrance, California7 contributions1 helpful vote
It s a great area to hike in, with a relatively easy hike in as there are stone steps for much of the climb in and back but expect lots of people, and limited parking so will be parking on the highway unless get there early. Can hike around the perimeter and relax in the shade, may even see beaver or other wildlife signs. Day entry registration and parking are waived for now due to Covid,
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Tracy L wrote a review Jul 2020
Los Angeles, California2 contributions
Hike is great and then I had to see a carving in a tree at eagle lake. Hopefully he was attacked by a bear after
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Linda W wrote a review Nov 2019
Clifton, New Jersey68 contributions22 helpful votes
Overall a breathtaking experience with spectacular views. Early arrival allowed us to park in the upper lot (when we left there were tons of cars by the side of the road for hundreds of feet!) Was expecting a relatively flat trail, but it instead was mostly rock steps, making it easy to trip if you weren’t paying attention to where you step – particularly where the rocks were not flat and/or were sand-covered. The hike was strenuous, with the grade and altitude making it tough on the way up . (If you are middle-aged or less than fit, understand that the rocks were uneven in size and height and it would be too easy to turn an ankle (some rock-steps were over a foot high). I would advise against the trek for anyone with orthopedic problems (legs, back) or is not able to climb long flights of steps, and/or walk on uneven ground.) You could sit on some rocks to rest but there are no seats along the way. Was truly AMAZING and worth the effort…many stellar jays and chipmunks. Fishing in the lake was the icing on the cake.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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annayoo71 wrote a review Aug 2019
Corona, California15 contributions2 helpful votes
Eagle Falls Trail up to Eagle Lake was a fairly short moderately strenuous hike up steep stone steps and trail. Took about 45 minutes to hike to the lake. Miss the morning crowds and go later in the afternoon. We started up about 330pm and had the lake almost to ourselves. Easy to find parking at this time and plenty of time to swim and enjoy the lake before heading back. I recommend water shoes to make it easier to enter the lake and walk around, but not absolutely necessary. this hike was fun and the destination was breathtaking!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Lynne J wrote a review Jul 2019
Vancouver, Canada180 contributions25 helpful votes
Totally credit a blogger I read who said get there by 9 AM - we drive back about noon past miles and miles of bumper to bumper cars. I’m not fit and have chronic headaches so I found the grade a bit tough a couple times but with good shoes and a few rests - we all made it. Fill out the permit at the base of the walk - there was no cost but there is a point past the falls that you are required to have it. The lake is well worth the effort and we walked around to the backside of the lake and enjoyed a spectacular view.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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