How do you like to reflect on your most memorable vacations? For most, photos are the No. 1 way to commemorate any getaway. You can keep them in a scrapbook, have them printed and framed, or post them on your favorite social media platform! Instagram, a photo-sharing app, is more popular now than ever before. With nearly 27 million users, this social media platform is a great way to archive your photos as well as share them with friends and family who are also on the app. Amaze your friends and family by posting photos from the most Instagrammable spots in North Lake Tahoe during your next getaway. Read on to discover four of the most photo-worthy spots along the North Shore and beyond!
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Top 4 Most Instagrammable Spots in North Lake Tahoe and Beyond
With so many great photography shots in North Lake Tahoe, you’re sure to amaze your followers with snapshots from these four spots across Lake Tahoe!
1. Stateline Fire Lookout
Stateline Fire Lookout Hike is a great place to capture stunning photos in North Lake Tahoe. The trail in Kings Beach straddles the California/Nevada state line, so you can feel like you’re in two places at once. After your hike, be sure to head to the sandy shore of Kings Beach in Lake Tahoe for even more Instagram-worthy views!
2. Emerald Bay State Park
There are picture-perfect views everywhere at Emerald Bay State Park! This 1,533-acre state park in South Lake Tahoe boasts views of shimmering blue waters, lush greenery, and even a historic castle. One of our favorite places to take photos at this state park is the hike to Eagle Falls. This easy hike passes through thick vegetation and rock formations en-route to Eagle Lake. Here, you can snap some great photos of spectacular views of the lake!
3. Fannette Island
Fannette Island is the only island in Lake Tahoe. Located on the west shore of Emerald Bay, this 2.1-acre island is accessible by boat or kayak. Most visitors kayak to the island, as it’s not far off the coast of Emerald Bay!
4. Desolation Wilderness
Desolation Wilderness is a nearly 64,000-acre nature area in South Lake Tahoe. Here, you can hike through alpine forests and granite rock formations to view our area’s native flora and fauna from various vantage points.
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