2024 Tours

**Tours are subject to cancel due to popularity, weather, or conditions. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to registration@endeavorb2b.com.


Private Guided Natural History Hiking Tour

Tuesday, August 27, 2024

1:00pm - 4:00pm


Private Guided Kayaking Tour

Tuesday, August 27, 2024

1:00pm - 4:00pm


A two to three hour easy/moderate, private, guided, natural history hiking tour including a CPR & First Aid Certified Professional. The typical distance of the hike can range between 3 – 6 miles and take up to three hours. A day pack is recommended to bring for personal items. Bottled water will be provided.

**Limited to the first 50 registrants.


A two-and-a-half-hour private guided kayak tour including professional instruction. Guests will be paired up and paddle in double kayaks. Participants are responsible for providing their own towels. Bottled water will be provided.

**Limited to the first 50 registrants.


Truckee River Tour

Tuesday, August 27, 2024

10:30am - 3:00pm


Photo credit to David Calvert for TRFMA

Join us before the official start of StormCon for a field trip and tour of the Truckee River Floodplain Restoration project and surrounding areas. The tour will kick off with a stop at the Lakewood Restoration Project & Recreational Trailhead where attendees will learn about the ongoing restoration project while also discussing maintenance and resiliency over time. Attendees will learn about the project’s goals, ecosystem benefits, using restoration as a tool for flood risk reduction, and more. The tour will then continue with stops at a scenic overlook and the McCarren Ranch Preserve where attendees will enjoy lunch and free time to walk the nature trail.

**Limited to the first 50 registrants


Tour Locations: Lockwood Trailhead, Scenic Overlook, McCarran Ranch Preserve and Derby Diverson Damn


Sparks County Tour

Thursday, August 29, 2024

2:30pm - 5:30pm


Join us following the StormCon education sessions on Thursday for a tour of the North Truckee Drain System in Sparks County. In 2018, the City of Sparks completed the realignment of the North Truckee Drain, which is a tributary to the Truckee River. The scope of the project was to relocate the North Truckee Drain tributary confluence with the Truckee River and the goal was to relocate the confluence downstream of the Steamboat Creek to alleviate backwater effect on the North Truckee Drain, Sparks Industrial area, and the Steamboat Creek flood plains. This tour will include multiple stops, featuring the Sparks Marina, the Spanish Springs Dam and a proposed Recreational Park and Fishery Site.

**Limited to the first 50 registrants.


Tour locations: North Truckee Drain Outfall, Sparks Marina, Spanish Springs Dam, Recreational Park & Fishery

Trouble registering? Contact registration@endeavorb2b.com and we will assist you.