Lake Tahoe is a popular summer destination thanks to its beaches and a popular winter
vacation spot thanks to its slopes. This off-the-beaten path cove is just south
of Incline Village on Lake Tahoe's northeastern shore.
The spectacular scenery in Lake Tahoe makes for some great photo ops.
Wake up early to catch the sunrise one day — you won't be sorry.
A hiker enjoys the colorful views found in Emerald Bay State Park.
While the waters of Lake Tahoe may be cold, the beaches are the perfect temperature for
sunbathing. Visit between September and November to see
Lake Tahoe's alpine trees display their fall foliage.
A skier tests out the fresh powder at Squaw Valley.
Squaw Valley hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics. The Heavenly Ski Resort is the only resort
located on Lake Tahoe's southern shore. It's also within easy reach of the casino district.
There are many marinas on Lake Tahoe that offer fishing and sightseeing cruises.
Carved by glacial movement several million years ago, Emerald Bay is known for its colorful
granite walls and beautiful vistas. Many visitors agree that the best way to experience
Lake Tahoe during the warmer months is by boat.
Along with a memorial and a museum dedicated to the Donner Party, Donner Memorial State
Park also offers plenty in the way of hiking, fishing, camping and boating.
After a long day, relax with some evening entertainment (and maybe a card game or two)
at Harrah's Casino. A view of the sunset from the casino district
in Stateline, Nevada. Head to Emerald Bay at sunrise for a spectacular
photo op. Northstar is considered one of the top ski
resorts in the West. The stunning, 744-acre D.L. Bliss State Park
is home to the deepest section of Lake Tahoe and some of the area's most breathtaking sites.
Homewood is a slightly smaller resort comapred to other giants in the area, but skiers love
its laid-back feel and less crowded slopes. Alpine Meadows is one of the premier ski resorts
in Lake Tahoe. The aerial tram at Squaw Valley climbs more
than 2,000 feet to offer spectacular views of Lake Tahoe and the High Sierra.
In warm weather, sailing on Lake Tahoe offers a lovely way to enjoy the area.
Kayaking is just one of the many activities visitors can enjoy on Lake Tahoe, especially
at Kings Beach State Recreation Area. Families love the kid-friendly activities
at Alpine Meadows. Outdoor activities at the Donner Memorial
State Park include hiking. It's easy to launch a boat at the Kings Beach
State Recreation Area, a popular summer activity. Kids will love snow tubing at Squaw Valley
SnoVentures Activity Center. A plaque indicates which members of the Donner
Party survived their fateful journey. The crystal-clear water is a signature of
D. L. Bliss State Park. Recent visitors raved about the scenery at
Alpine Meadows. Squaw Valley boasts six peaks and nearly 4,000
acres of skiable terrain. Make the most of a Northstar summer visit
with a mountain bike ride. Northstar California Resort boasts 3,170 skiable
acres and almost 100 runs. Families praise Northstar for its kid-friendly
amenities, such as an ice skating rink. This wildly popular resort truly is heavenly.
Along with its groomed trails, Heavenly Ski Resort also boasts two terrain parks.
For a wide variety of outdoor adventures, consider booking with Tahoe Adventure Company,
which offers land and water-based activities, including paddleboarding.
Cruise through Emerald Bay on a Lake Tahoe scenic cruise.
On a clear day, you'll be able to spot the peaks in Lake Tahoe and the coastal foothills
more than 150 miles away on a hot air balloon ride.
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