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.
Winter | Tahoe Reports
For skiers and snowboarders spring is usually the time to choose or renew your ski season pass for the following year. Due to Covid-19 there are challenges so what do you do? Forego the pass for ski or snowboard day passes, try a new local mountain, renew your IKON pass or EPIC pass, or just buy a sled.
One of the most important decision for your trip to Lake Tahoe is Where to Stay. Luckily there are many options: Camping, House Rental, or Hotels are some of the most common options. Which one you choose will depend on many considerations. Season, Budget, Events, Length of Stay all play a role in the decision.
North Lake Tahoe offers many budget friendly winter activities for the whole family. Sledding, Ice Skating, S’mores or getting some exercise with your dog. When it snows in Tahoe, it snows and pretty much any open areas can provide your family hours of free fun. However, the key is to be safe and go to established locations that offer bathrooms so that your kids keep smiles on their faces all day long.
Lake Tahoe is an amazing place to spend family time, surrounding by nature, snow during winter and a great weather. Enjoy it with your family and friends.
Enjoy hiking throughout Lake Tahoe’s snow-covered forests and be amazed by the beautiful aerial sights of the lake and mountain peaks.