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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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.
Winter links to Lake Tahoe webcams. Plan your visit using the webcams available in ski resorts, mountains, lake and roads, and have a live view of the weather and traffic conditions.
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.
It can be hard to know where to start Cross Country Skiing in the Sierra Nevada. This Tahoe Cross Country FAQ covers the five W’s and frequent questions about where to go, what to wear, when to ski, why get into the sport, and more…
Lake Tahoe cross-country centers are doing their best to stay open while providing incredible Tahoe cross-country skiing experiences meant to take your mind away from what’s going on in the rest of the world, and appeal to people of all ages and abilities.
A lot of people are staying at home these days to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, and a few snowstorms have come through Tahoe the last couple of weeks leaving the roads icy and cold. Therefore, with stay-at-home orders in effect and the chance for snow coming through Tahoe on Christmas, it’s probably a good idea to just hunker down for a while.
These are my favorite four free sledding hills in Lake Tahoe, for being safe and having family friendly slopes.
It’s a weird year to be living or visiting Lake Tahoe, but a big reason why people are drawn to this place is for its abundance of outdoor activities and fresh air. And now that the snow is flying, most of Tahoe’s ski resorts are open BUT…..