Things To Do In Tahoe
Limitless activities and adventure await in Tahoe.
Visit Tahoe by bike with miles of mountain bike trails.
SEASONAL ADVENTURES FOR ALL AGES IN TAHOE.
Lake Tahoe is a winter wonderland, receiving more average snowfall than most North American ski destinations at about 350 inches per year and enjoying 300 days per year of warm, California sunshine. All winter long locals and visitors can take part in Tahoe’s endless recreation from alpine skiing to snowboarding, sleigh rides to dog sledding, snowmobiling to snowshoeing.
Lake Tahoe is truly majestic during summertime. With warm, sunny days and crisp, starry nights, it’s no wonder so many visit its pristine shores year in and year out. Spend the day boating, stand up paddle boarding or kayaking Lake Tahoe’s pristine waters, raft leisurely down the Truckee River, or explore the Sierra Nevadas via hiking or mountain biking. The Tahoe area is also home to several championship golf courses, as challenging as they are picturesque. The summer activities are endless in North Lake Tahoe!
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The skating rink at Northstar is free for all to enjoy. Skate rentals are available.
Visit Lake Tahoe in the summer and follow a path on the perimeter.
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Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life at one of Lake Tahoe’s scenic, challenging mountain golf courses. Our favorites are Old Greenwood’s world-class Jack Nicklaus golf course, and Gray’s Crossing’s Peter Jacobson-designed golf course.
Old Greenwood offers 7,518 yards of exciting play amongst towering Jeffrey pines, blue sage, and winding streams connecting four large rainbow trout lakes. Old Greenwood has been honored many times as one of the nation’s best golf courses.
Gray’s Crossing tempts the avid golfer with elevation changes and water hazards among its 7,466 total yards. You’ll be immersed in an environment of serene native wetlands, wildflowers, and majestic pines.
VISIT THE LAKE
Exquisite Lake Tahoe beckons all to play in her crisp, cool, alpine waters. Whether you prefer the serenity of a catamaran, or to skip along the water in a speedboat, our concierge can reserve your perfect craft. Try stand up paddleboarding in Lake Tahoe’s tranquil waters, or kayak from Tahoe’s Vista’s beach to Garwoods for a well-deserved Wet Woody. Legendary Sand Harbor is a not-to-be-missed, stunning home base for your beach day, but get there early as the parking lot fills up quickly.
ALTERNATIVE WINTER SPORTS
Not a skier or taking the day off? Give cross country skiing or snowshoeing a try. You’ll explore the mountain landscape from a unique, up-close perspective. Or, the more adventurous types can try fat tire biking. Northstar California Ski Resort has 35 kilometers of picturesque trails mid-mountain with all ability and fitness levels welcome.
Get your heart racing as your whiz through the mountains on a guided snowmobile tour. You’ll be able to access Tahoe’s beautiful backcountry and many tours offer birds-eye views of Lake Tahoe. All experience levels can join, some companies even have kid-friendly snowmobiles for the littlest adventure seekers.
Easy to difficult, .5 miles to 19 miles, Lake Tahoe’s hiking trails have terrain for every adventurer. With crisp morning air and stunning lake, creek, mountain, and forest views, a summer hike near Lake Tahoe is an ideal activity for the entire family. Remember to pack water, snacks, layers of clothing, and wear appropriate footwear, our concierge can tell you all the best routes.