There’s An Underwater Trail In Northern California That Takes You To The Sunken Ships Of Lake Tahoe

Splitting the California-Nevada border with its brilliant turquoise waters, Lake Tahoe’s majestic scenery attracts visitors from all over the world year-round. This breathtaking alpine lake is no secret. However, few of the lake’s out-of-town visitors realize what amazing history lurks beneath the lake’s waters. If you have scuba diving experience, you can even see this history up-close on the Emerald Bay Maritime Heritage Trail. This underwater trail is one of the first of its kind in California and the fact that it’s open to the public is pretty remarkable! Take a look:

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Did you know there was an underwater trail at Lake Tahoe? This has officially inspired me to get into scuba diving; what about you? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!

Address: 138 Emerald Bay Rd, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150, USA