Last summer, Lake Tahoe’s environment and its residents took a beating from both COVID-19 and the influx of visitors looking for a mountain escape from lockdown in Bay Area cities. This year, both sides of the lake are opening up to visitors, but with a sharpened focus on responsible travel.
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