Lake Tahoe Big Blue Sprint Adventure Race

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Tahoe Big Blue Sprint Adventure Race

Whether you are just beginning or at an advanced level, the Tahoe Big Blue Sprint Adventure Race is open to anyone and a great way to introduce yourself to the beauty of Lake Tahoe, with its stunning mountain views and areas perfect for hiking, biking, running and kayaking.

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Organization: Big Blue Adventure
Date: 09/28/2014 update info
Time: 6:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM
Event Cost: $125-$155/person
Venue: North Tahoe Regional Park in Tahoe Vista,CA
Phone: (530) 546-1019
Event Details:

Defined by both the incredible beauty of Lake Tahoe and the towering peaks of the High Sierra, Lake Tahoe is one of the world's most famous sporting playgrounds. The region has an almost endless variety of spectacular mountain biking trails, adventurous hikes and, of course, waterborne activities on the "Big Blue" - Lake Tahoe - one of the largest, deepest and purest alpine lakes on earth. The Tahoe Big Blue Adventure Race is a celebration of the natural environment of the North Shore, and the perfect climate of "Indian Summer." September is a favorite month of Tahoe locals... and no wonder: day-time temperatures are in the 80's with the evenings cooling into the 60's, the skies are deep blue with only an occasional afternoon thunderstorm rolling through (to help keep the dust down on the trails!) and, best of all, the bustle of the summer tourist season is a distant speck in the rear-view mirror. This is a perfect time for a visit to the Big Blue.

  • Fun for kayakers on any level
  • A mid September Race
  • A celebration of the North Shore, and the perfect climate of “Indian Summer.”

Overview: Held annually in September, the Tahoe Big Blue Spring Adventure Race is fun for kayakers on any level. The race time is estimated at about 2-4 hours and whether you come to really race or to enjoy the scenic views on the lake, this adventure is sure to be one to remember!

When: A September event each year

Where: Kings Beach

Fees: Entry fees vary. Free for the public to watch

Details: Kayaks come free with each registry. Registrants must come prepared with a two man team. There is also some mandatory gear: mountain bike, helmet, food and water, back pack, running shoes and a pen. Other recommended gear is sunscreen, towel, hat, protective eyewear and a change of clothes.

Rewards from local resorts, restaurants and adventure sports shops among others will be given away to winners.

The challenge kicks off at Kings Beach, located just down Highway 28.