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North Lake Tahoe Ale Trail ready for the fall season

(Last Updated On: September 18, 2015)

If you love the outdoors just as much as you love local craft beers, then you need to head to Lake Tahoe to check out the North Lake Tahoe Ale Trail. It launched on September 1 through the Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau, and got a $10,000 Travel Nevada grant. The bureau matched the grant dollars with its own $10,000 to help fund marketing for the project. The launch is targeted for the fall season, which is good for the area in general because the Ale Trail could help extend the season’s tourism.

Using an interactive web map, visitors can plan their trip and locate trails by both water and land, all of which connect to a variety of local restaurants and bars throughout all of the North Shore-Truckee triangle.

To watch some trailers for the Trail and find out more, click here.

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