Rock Climbing Pig Rock Reno

72 Hours. Infinite Possibilities.

Weekends are bigger, bolder and better in Reno Tahoe.

Shake Off That Road Dust

Short on time? Not a problem. The Outbound Collective and friends will show you how to make the absolute most of 72 hours in Reno Tahoe. From fly fishing in downtown to rock climbing in the desert, adventure-seekers Garrett YrigoyenVan.There and Mandii Cinnamon managed to squeeze it all in during their short stay in Reno.

Hidden Valley Hiking Reno

There’s no time for jet lag around here. As soon as your boots hit the ground in Reno Tahoe, you better be ready to go. After all, you only have three days and this itinerary doesn’t allow for much downtime. Get that blood pumping with a hike at Hidden Valley (Ranch dressing optional), which is just minutes from downtown and offers some seriously great views of Mount Rose and the Sierra Nevada mountains to the west.

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Casting Call

Don’t know the difference between switch casting and a dry fly? Step into some waders and let Reno Fly Shop help you channel your inner fish whisperer. With individual and group instruction available, you’ll learn basic skills before heading out to the Truckee River. Did we mention that’s just steps from their store in downtown Reno? That’s right, you can spend your morning on the river and still meet up with friends for lunch in downtown Reno (we suggest you wash up a bit first).

Fishing is allowed on the Truckee River, Lake Tahoe and Pyramid Lake with proper permits. Even if you are not going out with a guide from Reno Fly Shop, they are a great resource for fishing reports and other important information.

Galena Creek Park Hiking Reno

Run, Don't Walk

There’s a time and place for leisurely strolls through the woods, and we’re all about it, but sometimes the fresh air and sunshine puts an extra spring in your step and you can’t help but pick up the pace. Galena Creek Regional Park, south of Reno on the Mount Rose Highway, is the perfect spot to explore at any speed. There are plenty of trails that wind through the woods and you can choose from short loops to more challenging routes that take you deeper into the wilderness. So lace up those trail runners and head out!

The Lodge Galena Park Reno

Wine in the Woods

Fresh air, birds chirping, the smell of pine trees wafting through the mountain air… sound too good to be true? Not at all. Add a glass of wine and you have the ideal apres hike scenario. The Lodge Coffee-Wine Bar is located at the base of the Mount Rose Highway and serves thirsty adventurers wine and coffee so you can fuel up and wind down. Stop in for a warm cup of coffee in the winter or celebrate the dust you just kicked up on the trail. With indoor and outdoor seating, this is sure to become your new favorite pre- or post-adventure spot.

Stand-up paddleboarding Sparks Marina

What's SUP?

Paddleboarding isn’t just for Lake Tahoe. Located east of Reno is Sparks Marina and it is a perfect place to get in a quick morning or evening paddle. Cruise the canal that separates the homes located on the east side of the marina and you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to Venice. We suggest going at sunset so you can watch the sky come to life over the Sierra Nevada mountains.

Whitney Peak Climbing Wall Downtown Reno

Reach for the Sky

Calling all urban adrenaline junkies! Climb to new heights in downtown at Whitney Peak’s outdoor climbing wall. You know, the largest artificial climbing wall. In. The. World. Check out Basecamp at Whitney Peak to scale the outdoor wall for epic views of Reno or try your hand at bouldering at their 7,000 square-foot indoor bouldering park.

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Some scroll through the day. Others seize it. Go do something crazy. And tag it #RenoTahoe so we can see it.