Fanny Bridge

This cheekily-named bridge offers great views of Lake Tahoe.

Legend has it that this bridge is named after the fannies (behinds) that can be seen from the road as people lean over the edge of the bridge to see the deep azure waters of Tahoe. The bridge is located right next to the historic Lake Tahoe Dam, and the spot is a great place to take a family photo or watch the beautiful Tahoe sunset.

  • Address 100 W Lake Blvd, Tahoe City, CA 96145
  • Best Feature Great place to watch the Tahoe sunset

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