Club Lakeridge

6028 Plumas Street, Reno, Nevada, 89509, United States
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Hiking

by Hermanater

I will be in Reno at the end of Sept - begining of Oct. I would like to find a place to do a couple day hikes. My main concern is the weather. What is the typical weather in Reno at this time, and Lake Tahoe???

Re: Hiking

by DSwede

I grew up at the Lake. Its a great place to go during that dime.

September will still be quite warm (possibly hot) in Reno. Comfortable in the lake. Nights can be cool, so bring a jumper. Snow is possible, but typically does not happen until Halloween time.

There are countless trails down in the Reno valley, but for the good scenery, head up to the lake.

I will recommend any of those below, feel free to check out some of my pages for photos:
Tahoe Rim Trail - completely circumnavigates the Lake basin.
Mount Rose - go the top of Mt Rose, path starts near summit of NV-431 on the way to Incline Village.
Desolation Wilderness - a complete national part adjacent to Emerald Bay on the south west corner of Tahoe.

Re: Hiking

by DSwede

When you mean spend the night, do you mean to camp or to get a hotel/motel?

Have you been to Tahoe before? If the answer is no, then I highly suggest you just go for it and get up a little early to make your days full.

Here's my two cents on it:
Sunday morning, drive up NV-431 from south end of Reno, west towards the Lake and Incline. Just after you summit the top, there will be a series of pull offs on the right hand side. One will be a up-sloping fire access road. This is a good place for the start of the Mt. Rose hike. Suggest doing a Google Search for the trail, or stop at a bike/mtn store and see if they have a trial map.

Last time I did it, it took me just under 4 hours up and under 3 hours down. Mt. Rose gives you one of the best views of both the Lake Basin and the Reno Valley.

Drive as far as you want around the lake towards Tahoe City. Kings Beach and Tahoe City will be your most economic stays. Also they will provide you with more restaurants, etc.

I would suggest that you get down to Emerald Bay as soon as possible to maximize your day. Do a Google Search and get some map information on Desolation Wilderness. There are everything from 3 hour hikes to 3 week trips.

Then get back in the car, head back up through Tahoe City, take the split in Tahoe City, and into Truckee. (you will pass the turn offs for Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows).

If the day is not yet spent, you could take a bit of time to relax in old Truckee. Regardless, from Truckee, you can jump on I-80 and return to Reno in ~45 minutes.

Re: Hiking

by DSwede

Just did a quick search and would have to agree with this post:

http://www.trailsgalore.com/trails/1005579_Mount_Rose_Trail_Nevada.html

Travel Tips for Reno

Hire a horse and ride out in...

by Viennabarley

Hire a horse and ride out in the Sierra Nevadas. The scenery is incredible, and you can see so much more off the beaten track on horseback. So many!

Dinner at the Atlantis restaurant.

The view from the top of the Flamingo Hilton.

Playing Cowgirl in the desert!

Driving along the shores of Lake Tahoe.

Playing 'Chicken in the Pot' at Circus Circus! ...Miles, the expert chicken basher, taught me all I know, and I am now the proud owner of an officially retired Circus Circus vinyl chicken! Happy memories indeed!

I miss the scenery, the food, the casinos, the weather, wienerschnitzels and root beer! ...I'll be back soon M!

Gamble, see Tahoe, Virginia...

by nvgoddess

Gamble, see Tahoe, Virginia City, July - ArTown, go to Hot August Night events (50s, 60s, 70s event), September - Balloon Races, Air Races, Virginia City Camel races, for more events try PlayReno.com Great weather, small city, big entertainment, year round recreation activities and events, and for those who have visions of rolling in money, gambling!

Festivals

by machomikemd

reno is host to various weekly festivals and when we were there, it was the Italian Festival that we saw. They close virginia street on sundays of the festival while on weekdays, it stays on the lot near the reno sign and the El Dorado Hotel. these kind of weekly festivals are calculated to be a come on and added atrraction to go to reno since the indian reservation casinos in california are hauling out a huge chunk of the regulars from the Bay Area and Central Valley areas of California. Time will tell if these festival can pull back the regulars. this italian festival is what else, magnifico, you can see the assortment of italian cuisine from all the regions of italy from north to south and they offer everything from pastas, antipasti, osso bucco, risotto, pizza, italian wines and a lot more that you will have your tummy bulging after engorging these wondrous italian delights hehehe. the prices are cheap too like buying a carbonara here cost only $ 8 and a slice of pizza at $ 3 but the servings are a little less than the usual.

National Championship Air Races

by SteveOSF

The National Championship Air Races is an annual event that is held at Stead Field just outside of Reno. It is the largest event in Reno and typically attracts about 100,000 spectators. The races typically occur in mid September. Races of various types of aircraft are intermingled with stunt shows and other aerial demonstrations.

The races are typically held on Thursday through Sunday, with a few days preceding the actual event taken up by trials to see what planes and pilots qualify for the races. Several classifications of aircraft are flown. These include Formula 1 (small single engine experimental aircraft), bi-planes, AT-6 (World War II Era American training airplanes), jets (a relatively new addition to the races), and the Unlimiteds. For each class, there are gold, silver, and bronze races. The fastest planes in each category compete in the respective gold race.

The Unlimiteds are the main attraction. These are single engine piston aircraft that are typically modified World War II fighters. P-51 Mustangs are well represented in these races. Bearcats have also performed well. A variety other types of old warbirds can be seen. A few new experimental designs have been entered into these races as well.

The airplanes race around pylons. There is a straight away right in front of the bleachers. The first pylon is just beyond the spectators area and the planes will turn and head to a loop well away from the audience, but still visible. The planes fly very close to the ground at about fifty feet in the air. The Unlimiteds tend to fly about 400 mph and sometimes exceed 500 mph.

A group of planes flying at 400 mph right past you can be exciting. You can hear the roar of the old radial or inline engines as the planes scream by. Occasionally, someone might blow and engine and smoke will emit from the wounded aircraft as it makes its way back to for an emergency landing.

The stunt performers are often among the best in the business. Their acts occur between the scheduled races to keep near constant action throughout the day. Soloists, precision formation flying, military demonstrations, and wing walkers are among the typical performances.

Air racing is dangerous business and there have, over the years, been fatalities for both racers and stunt performers.

Keep in mind that this event is held out in an exposed airfield in a desert environment. If you go, be sure to bring plenty of sunscreen, a good hat, and even a jacket as a wind could pick up especially later in the day. I even attended one day of racing when there was some intermittent rain. The Air Races are an enjoyable event. Be sure to book a room well enough in advance as this is a popular event and the hotels fill up.

Highway 341 to Virginia City

by Tom_Fields

Heading south toward Virginia City, take Highway 395 south from Reno (it's called S. Virginia St). It merges with a four-lane highway. Take the 341 turnoff, and follow it into the mountains. Up there is a fine view of Reno and the surrounding valley. It's worth seeing if you're on your way to Virginia City.

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Address: 6028 Plumas Street, Reno, Nevada, 89509, United States