Lake Tahoe Recreation
North Lake Tahoe Recreation
From world famous Lake Tahoe ski resorts to gorgeous back country hiking trails you will find your outdoor adventure to North Lake Tahoe starts here. Your decision on what to do first might the hardest thing you have to do while on vacation.
North Tahoe Recreation
South Lake Tahoe Recreation
South Lake Tahoe’s outdoor recreation and nightlife attract people from all over the world. Mix together world class ski resorts, golf, hiking, beaches and mountain biking and you have a year-round recreation paradise. It’s no wonder people flock to Lake Tahoe year after year for endless outdoor adventures.
South Tahoe Recreation
Hansens Resort Snow Tubing and Saucer Hill is approximately 400 ft long and is fun for all ages. You will find a convenient walkway up the side of the run that makes for an easier way back to the top even for the little ones. Easy to view area for parents... More Details
The Olympic Ice Pavilion is located at the top of the Cable Car at High Camp offering unmatched panoramic views of the Squaw Valley Meadow, Lake Tahoe and the surrounding Sierra Nevada mountains. This 100′ x 200′ outdoor ice skating rink is... More Details
The Kirkwood Kirkwood Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Center is located at 7,800 feet in the beautiful Alpine Valley. This cross country center has it all – picture 80km of groomed trails, gorgeous scenery, and a day lodge to keep you toasty warm!... More Details
Royal Gorge Cross Country Ski Resort is known world-wide for their iconic 200+ kilometer trail system traversing 6,000 acres of pristine forest terrain atop Donner Summit. When in full swing the Royal Gorge Cross Country Resort is grooming 7 days a week... More Details