If you’re missing all that Reno Tahoe has to offer, or need some inspiration for future travel, settle in for these 360° experiences. From hiking and biking to golf, paddleboarding and even wandering the wooden sidewalks of historic Virginia City, get a virtual taste of many of the adventures Northern Nevada has to offer.
The amount and variety of trails near Reno make it easy to find adventure, whether you have a couple of hours for a leisurely stroll or want to spend the day summiting a peak. Get a taste of the Flume Trail with unforgettable views of Lake Tahoe.
Stand-up paddleboarding on the peaceful waters of Lake Tahoe under the warm sun is simply heavenly. Come along for a paddle at Sand Harbor State Park.
Downtown and Midtown Reno offer many opportunities for urban exploration and finding public art. Stroll along the Truckee River to see Burning Man sculptures and see larger-than-life murals in Midtown. We have even more ways to stay connected with our arts community from the comfort of your home.
Want to get a birds-eye view of the Reno Arch, downtown Reno and the surrounding scenery? We dare you to climb all the way to the top of the Basecamp Outdoor Climbing Wall at Whitney Peak Hotel – this is the tallest artificial climbing wall in the world, after all!
They say balls fly further in Reno Tahoe’s mountain air. Hit the links (virtually) at Lakeridge Golf Course, one of the dozens of golf courses within 90 minutes of Reno.
This former mining town’s historic past mixes perfectly with its eclectic mix of residents, shops and events, meaning there’s always something new to experience in Virginia City.
While we all #StayHomeForNevada and limit our adventures, there are still ways to stay connected to the beauty and uniqueness of our region. Find even more ways to support the Reno Tahoe community.