We imagined the website being something like a campfire by bringing in user-generated content and dispatches from the ambassadors. In short, no big city marketing company was hired to wrap Tahoe Trail Bar up in a nice little package with a bow on it. We know who we are, where we come from and what speaks to the people these bars are for. No bullshit. Just good fuel.
What have Tahoe Trail Bar ambassadors Ethan and M.E. been up to? They just happen to be a the journey of a lifetime hiking the CDT. This post was originally posted on Trailing Thought Day 51 on the CDT: 738 to 758 The storm passed through quickly, but by morning the world around… Read more »
Sean Cronin’s latest sufferfest, a 100 mile mountain bike race through the Sierra.
Over a two-month period, Julie walked eight hundred miles, moving from the U.S./Mexico border to the Utah state line – her very first long-distance hike, and her first time solo in the backcountry.
Tahoe Trail Bar ambassador Sean Cronin brings us this delightful story of a kid who just loves to ride his bike. Hey Sean – we totally get it.
Whether it’s an epic journey that ends with headlamps or another day training for life, we want to know how Tahoe Trail Bar is fueling your journey. Share your story with #FuelForTheJourney and tag @TahoeTrailBar and we’ll post our favorites.
“Born in a coffee shop on the southern shores of Lake Tahoe, we pride ourselves on our humble beginnings and mountain roots. The local community fell in love with our bar because it's high-quality fuel, crafted with ingredients they loved and could pronounce. Our bar quickly became a delicious connection to their outdoor passions. Our fuel is always vegan and gluten-free. Our company always praises balance and gratitude.”
Owner, Mountain Sports Junkie