The Lake of the Sky eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 364 pages of information about The Lake of the Sky.

For circular, address F.B.  Alverson, Brockways, Lake Tahoe, Calif.

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TAHOE VISTA

On the shores of Agate Bay a new resort was started two years ago, known as Tahoe Vista.  It has a modern hotel, equipped for convenience and comfort.

Bathing, boating and fishing in Agate Bay at Tahoe Vista is at its best.  The white sanded beach is broad and is safe to the smallest child, the bay being shallow for a distance of five hundred feet from its edge and affording a temperature to the water that is more pleasant than to be found at any other part of the Lake.

The fame of Lake Tahoe’s trout fishing is world renowned, and in Agate Bay that sport is superior.  One of the public fish hatcheries is located near Tahoe Vista, insuring a constant supply of the most favored varieties of game fish.  Twenty-five thousand Eastern brook trout were recently placed in Griff Creek, a lively little stream that dances through the glens of Tahoe Vista.

To those who wish to own their own homes on the Lake Tahoe Vista affords excellent opportunities in that lots are for sale at moderate rates.  A direct automobile road connects with Truckee, and also with Tahoe Tavern.

For circular address Manager Hotel, Tahoe Vista, Calif.

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Carnelian Bay and its attractions are fully described in its own chapter.

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TAHOE CITY

This is the starting and the ending point of the steamer trip around the Lake.  It is a historic place, the first town founded on Lake Tahoe, and destined ultimately to come into large importance.  There is a small hotel, together with housekeeping cottages, and free camping facilities.

For full particulars address Tahoe Development Co., Tahoe, Calif.

INDEX

Titles of Books are in Italics.

Book chapters are in SMALL CAPITALS.

(q)=quoted.

Agassiz Peak
Agate Bay
Alleghany
Alpha
Alpine Spruce
Alta
AL TAHOE
Alverson, F.B.
American Journal of Science and Art
   River (see N. & S. Forks)
Anderson Peak
Angel, Myron
Angora Range
   Lakes
ANIMALS AND BIRDS OF T. REGION
Antelope Valley
Armstrong, Mrs.
Auburn
Audrian Lake
AUTOMOBILE ROUTE, THE WISHBONE

Baldwin, E.J. 
Bannister, L.H. 
Barker’s Peak, Pass., etc
Basketry Indian
Bath
Bear
Bear Creek
   Lake
   River Divide
   Valley
Bell, Camp
Bigelow, R.L.P. 
Bigler, Lake Tahoe Named
Bijou
BIRDS AND ANIMALS OF T. REGION
Bixby Lake
Blackwood Creek
Bliss and Yerington
Bloody Canyon Glacier
Bloomfield, North

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