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Lake Tahoe Wildlife and How to Deal with Encounters

The Lake Tahoe area offers the chance to see Golden Eagles, Black Bears, Bobcats, birds such as the Mountain Chickadees, Owls, Bats and much more. While seeing them in the wild is one thing, what to do when you find a bear in your home is another. Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care and the Bear League can assist.

Mountain Biking Lake Tahoe: Offering the best mountain biking in California’s Sierra Nevada

Epic Mountain Biking abounds in the Lake Tahoe area. Lake Tahoe mountain biking options include some world famous trails such as Mr. Toads Wild Ride, Tahoe Flume Trail, The Tahoe Rim Trail, Hole in the Ground, Big Chief, Tyrolean Downhill, Western States, Jackass and many more.

Lake Tahoe Statistics | About Lake Tahoe

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.

The Main Marinas to Rent a Boat or a Jet Ski in Lake Tahoe

Whether you are visiting or have lived in Tahoe for years, getting out on the lake at least once in your life with all your friends is a must. Thankfully, there are plenty of marinas and businesses in Lake Tahoe who are around to help make that happen. We’d like to share some of biggest and best places to rent a boat and/or jet ski in the area, but first…

Three Unique Paddling Experiences to Have on Lake Tahoe

Adding to your list of summer things to do in Lake Tahoe, Here are some unique paddle experiences to get you on the water while enjoying the Tahoe Summer

Visiting Lake Tahoe for the First Time?

Lake Tahoe is one of the favorite destinations in the United States because of its diverse natural landscapes and many activities to enjoy throughout the year, for the whole family. If you’ve never been to the Lake Tahoe area, this guide can help you make the best decision for your first visit.

Best Places to Rent a SUP or Kayak in South Lake Tahoe

The best place to be this summer is on the lake. Fortunately, no matter where you’re at on Big Blue, there’s usually a stand-up paddleboard SUP / kayak rental shop within a 20-minute drive. Here are a few South Lake Tahoe spots to rent a kayak or paddleboard and check out to gather all the gear you need to enjoy your time out on the water:

Our Top 3 Spots to Rent a SUP or Kayak in North Lake Tahoe

One of the best ways to get out of the heat as well as get some exercise in is to take out a kayak or a stand-up paddleboard and paddle around Big Blue. Here are our top three spots to rent a SUP or kayak on the North Shore

Summer Travel Resources

Visiting Lake Tahoe. Check out the resources, links, tips and travel information that will make your trip more enjoyable. Find the resources you need and start planning your Tahoe trip today.

Tips for Working a Seasonal Summer Job in Lake Tahoe

With the influx of visitors that come into Tahoe every summer, local businesses must ramp up their staff to meet the demand. Hospitality jobs abound as employers try to fill positions at their summer retreat spots, everything from bringing on beach attendants to restaurant servers to blackjack dealers. So how do you get a coveted Tahoe summer job?

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Lake Tahoe Wildlife and How to Deal with Encounters

Lake Tahoe Wildlife and How to Deal with Encounters

The Lake Tahoe area offers the chance to see Golden Eagles, Black Bears, Bobcats, birds such as the Mountain Chickadees, Owls, Bats and much more. While seeing them in the wild is one thing, what to do when you find a bear in your home is another. Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care and the Bear League can assist.

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Lake Tahoe Statistics | About Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe Statistics | About Lake Tahoe

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.

read more
The Main Marinas to Rent a Boat or a Jet Ski in Lake Tahoe

The Main Marinas to Rent a Boat or a Jet Ski in Lake Tahoe

Whether you are visiting or have lived in Tahoe for years, getting out on the lake at least once in your life with all your friends is a must. Thankfully, there are plenty of marinas and businesses in Lake Tahoe who are around to help make that happen. We’d like to share some of biggest and best places to rent a boat and/or jet ski in the area, but first…

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Visiting Lake Tahoe for the First Time?

Visiting Lake Tahoe for the First Time?

Lake Tahoe is one of the favorite destinations in the United States because of its diverse natural landscapes and many activities to enjoy throughout the year, for the whole family. If you’ve never been to the Lake Tahoe area, this guide can help you make the best decision for your first visit.

read more
Best Places to Rent a SUP or Kayak in South Lake Tahoe

Best Places to Rent a SUP or Kayak in South Lake Tahoe

The best place to be this summer is on the lake. Fortunately, no matter where you’re at on Big Blue, there’s usually a stand-up paddleboard SUP / kayak rental shop within a 20-minute drive. Here are a few South Lake Tahoe spots to rent a kayak or paddleboard and check out to gather all the gear you need to enjoy your time out on the water:

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Lake Tahoe Wildlife and How to Deal with Encounters

Lake Tahoe Wildlife and How to Deal with Encounters

The Lake Tahoe area offers the chance to see Golden Eagles, Black Bears, Bobcats, birds such as the Mountain Chickadees, Owls, Bats and much more. While seeing them in the wild is one thing, what to do when you find a bear in your home is another. Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care and the Bear League can assist.

Lake Tahoe Statistics | About Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe Statistics | About Lake Tahoe

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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Listen Live KTKE Tahoe Truckee Radio

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Top Destinations

From walking to the beach, to finding the nearest ski resort, to taking a day trip to some of the nearby destinations.  Check out the options!

Lake Tahoe is a magical place.  Surrounded by mountains with access to the crystal blue water, excellent trails, world class ski ressorts and more within the Tahoe basin.

Beyond any of the mountain passes lie many additional opportunities that are a relatively easy day trip.  Some are on your way to Lake Tahoe from the San Francisco Bay Area  such as the Sierra Foothills and Gold Country.

Others such as the former mining town of Bodie and the Bodie State Historic Park as well as Carson City, Reno, and even a little farther to Mammoth Lakes and Mono Lake offer plenty of interesting options.  As a day trip or for ideas on where to stop while exploring California and Nevada, check out some of our travel ideas.