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North Lake Tahoe
A year-round adventure destination in the Sierra Nevada Mountains ...
Skiing at North Lake Tahoe

North Lake Tahoe A year-round adventure destination in the Sierra Nevada Mountains: North Lake Tahoe, provides a world class ski experience in the winter and exceptional variety of activities in the summer.

With more than 274 days of sunshine, boasting variety, accessibility and value for money – North Lake Tahoe is the ideal holiday destination.

Hiking Eagle Rock
Martis Peak Fire Lookout
Biking Flume Trail
Tahoe Rim Trail
Waterfalls at Shirley Lake
Skiing in Squaw Valley
Food & Wine Festival

Wanderlust - Yoga retreat in Squaw Valley

Autumn Food & Wine Festival in Northstar

Things to Do
Outdoor Attractions
Summer in North Lake Tahoe is full of hiking or biking our mountains and kayaking or paddleboarding our shoreline. A couple highlights include hiking Eagle Rock, hiking and biking the Flume Trail.

Squaw Valley / Alpine Meadows
Summer & Winter Activities

Voted as the best Ski Resort in North America, Squaw Valley was the host of the 1960 Winter Olympics. The Alpine Meadows Ski-in/ski-out Resort and village has over 50 restaurants, bars and boutiques. Some of the Winter activities include skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, snow tubing and mini snowmobiles. In Spring and Summer you can enjoy scenic aerial Tram rides, discover high camp experiences, hiking and biking trails and many more.

Yoga Retreat in
Squaw Valley: Wanderlust

North Lake Tahoe’s jutting mountains and crystal blue waters evoke a sense of majesty perfect for a nature retreat. This natural landscape is home to a massive yoga specific retreat which occurs at Squaw Valley July 19-22 and is called Wanderlust. Wanderlust combines various yoga practices, clean eating, live music, mountain exploration, meditation, education and community. It focuses on mind and body balance from a holistic approach, rather than isolating one aspect.

The Tahoe Gal
Sightseeing and Event
Cruises on the Lake

The Tahoe Gal offers various Cruises and different Sightseeing spots on Lake Tahoe. Enjoy the breathtaking Views as you listen to the captain’s live educational narration, which touches on historical and ecological issues of the Tahoe basin. Unwind and enjoy the Tahoe Gal Cruises with family, loved ones and friends!

Autumn Food & Wine

Celebrate Lake Tahoe’s most prestigious food, wine, spirit and brew festival in the outdoor splendor of Northstar California Resort. Including food, wine, seminars, celebrity chefs, culinary demonstrations, wine tastings, outdoor activities and more! Festival passes for the 33rd annual Lake Tahoe Autumn Food & Wine Festival from September 7 – September 9, 2018 at Northstar California and individual tickets are available now!


Northstar California
Luxury Resort

One of the most luxurious resorts in North Lake Tahoe, Northstar California has terrain for the entire family. The Vail owned Ski-in/ski-out Resort and village has 15 restaurants, shops and accommodations.

Relax in the
Spa in the Resort
at Squaw Creek

North Lake Tahoe's luxurious Spa at Squaw Creek offers massage treatments, facials, and body treatments. Rated by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the Top 5 Resort Spas, Spa at Squaw Creek radiates with natural colors, materials and textures that bring the beauty of the outdoors in. Soothing water features, Aspen trees, river rocks, and natural sunlight reflect the beauty of Squaw Valley, California.


Summer activities:
Hiking, Trails and Waterfalls

Summer in North Lake Tahoe is full of hiking or biking the mountains. A couple highlights include hiking Eagle Rock, hiking and biking the Flume Trail. Hiking at Squaw Valley is fun because you can hike up and then take the tram down. Shirley Lake is a favorite and includes waterfalls in the Spring and early Summer. The Pacific Crest Trail – PCT runs through Tahoe and the Tahoe Rim Trail is another epic providing panoramic backpacking experiences to immerse oneself in the solitude the mountains provide.

Ail Trail
Your Adventurous Tahoe
Craft Beer Experience

Whether you pedal, paddle or hike, the watering hole at the end of a long day exploring North Tahoe is the incentive that pushes many recreationists through that last mile. For adventure-seekers in search of the perfect pairing of singletrack and suds or paddling and pints can look no further than the North Lake Tahoe Ale Trail.

Culinary in
North Lake Tahoe

Experience fine dining at lake side restaurants to include the Lone Eagle Grille, Garwoods, Christy Hill, Jakes on the Lake and Sunnyside. Attend the culinary event of summer at Northstar California, the Autumn Food & Wine Festival which combines the region’s best chefs with immersive imbibe and dining, including progressive picnics throughout the Toiyabe Forest and Mountain Top Dinners. BOOKING


The Ritz-Carlton

Famed for its casual elegance, world- renowned service and slopeside amenities, The Ritz-Carlton invites guests from around the world to experience skiing the way itshould be. From award-winning dining, the 5,183 square foot spa and magnificentmid-mountain views, The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe, is the indisputable choice among discerning travelers in search of the quintessential laid-back, luxurious vacation.


Resort at Squaw Creek

Resort at Squaw Creek rests at the base of Squaw Valley ski area. Nestled in an idyllic mountain setting, Squaw Creek offers ski-in/ski-out access to the mountain and 405 luxurious resort rooms and suites that welcome guests with a "mountain meets modern" ambiance.


West Shore Cafe And Inn

Just steps from Lake Tahoe and from Homewood Mountain Resort the West Shore Cafe and Inn features winter Ski and Stay packages offering the best peak to shore experience on Tahoe! The property sits overlooking the lake on one side, and the mountains on the other. Comfortable, soothing and picturesque, accommodations are appointed with wood furnishings and historical art with early photographs of Lake Tahoe.


The Hotel at Sugar Bowl

Old-World charm with a hint of European flair, the Hotel offers a unique and memorable mountain getaway. Slopeside accommodations in a classic high-alpine lodge are just steps from the lifts. Amenities include a classic dining room, the inviting Belt Room Bar, the new Sporthaus spa athletic fitness & training facility during the winter season, and more.