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Off Road Adventures in Lake Tahoe

Off Road Adventures in Lake Tahoe

Off road adventures in the Sierra Nevada offer an amazing way to see the Tahoe Region. From four-wheeling quads to 4-person vehicles, this adventurous sport will showcase areas of the Tahoe region that only are accessible by off-roading – providing you with a memorable experience that’ll last a lifetime.

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Guide to Planning Your Lake Tahoe Trip

Guide to Planning Your Lake Tahoe Trip

We created this Lake Tahoe vacation guide to help travelers who are planning a Lake Tahoe trip make informed decisions. You’ll find useful information, such as how to get here, where to stay and what to do while you’re here.

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Guide to Paddling Lake Tahoe in Any Season

Guide to Paddling Lake Tahoe in Any Season

Paddleboarding, kayaking, or doing any type of human-powered activity for however much time you have on Big Blue can give you an amazing workout, but it’s good to know when the best time of the year to paddle is and how to stay safe out on the water.

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Lake Tahoe Statistics | Lake Tahoe Facts

Lake Tahoe Statistics | Lake Tahoe Facts

The Lake Tahoe water temperature could be classified as “refreshing.” While a common belief is that lake Tahoe was formed by the collapse of a volcanic crater, according to the U.S. Forest Service the Tahoe basin was actually created due to faulting related to the tremendous uplifting of the Sierra Nevada mountains.

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California Sno-Parks Map & Information

California Sno-Parks Map & Information

California’s Sno-Parks are a collaboration between California State Parks (OHMVR division) the U.S. Forest Service and other state and local government agencies. There are 18 Sno-Parks throughout California with cleared parking areas that allow access to many snow play options.

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Winter Activities that don’t require a lift ticket

Winter Activities that don’t require a lift ticket

Lake Tahoe offers a wide array of winter activities that don’t require a lift ticket! Instead of standing in the rental lines for ski poles and a helmet, step aside and try one of the many activities that Tahoe towns can offer for a more unique, winter experience. From Ice Skating to Snowmobiling check out some unique experiences that don’t require a lift ticket.

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Which Hot Springs are Near Lake Tahoe?

Which Hot Springs are Near Lake Tahoe?

After a day hitting the slopes or one of the many hiking and biking trails around Lake Tahoe, there’s nothing better than soaking your tired muscles in the therapeutic healing waters of a natural hot spring

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Lake Tahoe Wine Bars | Recommendations

Lake Tahoe Wine Bars | Recommendations

But one may ask when planning their vacation, are there wine bars in Lake Tahoe? And the answer is a resounding YES. From the casual to the elegant, slope side to Tahoe’s sandy shores, there are all kinds of Lake Tahoe wine bars where one can go to relax and enjoy a glass (or a bottle) of vino. These are some of the best places to buy wine in Lake Tahoe:

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Ski Resort Guide | Lake Tahoe – California – Nevada

Ski Resort Guide | Lake Tahoe – California – Nevada

The Lake Tahoe is home to an amazing array of ski areas. With ski resorts on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe as well as the California side there is something for everyone. Which resort is best for families? What resort has the most vertical? and how much are the lift tickets at each of the Tahoe ski resorts? This ski area comparison covering Lake Tahoe – California – Nevada will help you plan your visit.

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Lake Tahoe & Sierra Nevada Brewery Guide

Lake Tahoe & Sierra Nevada Brewery Guide

From South Lake Tahoe to North Lake Tahoe and beyond the basin, there are plenty of delicious choices to explore the one-of-a-kind brewery scene that embody the magical Sierra Nevada mountains and crystal-clear waters of Lake Tahoe. Check out this Lake Tahoe brewery guide to find the best places to visit on your next trip.

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Adaptive Sports Lake Tahoe

Adaptive Sports Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe organizations have molded their outdoor recreational activities to provide Tahoe adaptive sports, meaning there are activities available for those that are physically or intellectually disabled. With adaptive programs such as water skiing, hiking, equestrian, paddle boarding, and more; Tahoe is arguably the epicenter for inclusive year-round outdoor activities.

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Lake Tahoe Casinos – Historic Mountain Staples

Lake Tahoe Casinos – Historic Mountain Staples

Like other landmarks in the area, Tahoe’s casinos have embedded roots and tell tales of the past, making them a desired destination on one’s trip through the mountain towns that surround the lake. Each Tahoe casino holds its own bit of extra magic that one can only experience when stepping foot inside.

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