Lake Tahoe Articles

Lake Tahoe Mountain Biking

By Tahoe Staff
Lake Tahoe North ShoreEMIGRANT TRAILBeginner/intermediate, 19 miles out and back. This popular Lake Tahoe mountain bike trail sees plenty of weekend traffic, but it's a worthy ride for people of all ability levels. You'll see plenty of wildflowers in spring and early summer while you roll along over fun and fast... Read More

Stay Fit: Snowshoeing & Nordic Skiing

By Tahoe Staff
Lake Tahoe skiing might be a heart saver! According to the Center for Disease Control, nearly 25 percent of people older than 35 will experience a heart attack or be diagnosed with heart disease. And since your heart is the most important muscle in your body, that’s a good reason to enjoy a little aerobic exercise in... Read More

Pet-Friendly Lake Tahoe Beaches and Parks

By Tahoe Staff
As you've probably noticed, even if you just got to town for a visit, this area is very dog friendly. Treat your best furry pal to nice walk on a Lake Tahoe beach, or throw the tennis ball around at one of our maintained parks.The Bijou Dog Park (South Lake) — This off-leash Lake Tahoe dog park is surrounded by... Read More

Lake Tahoe Rafting — Eight Great Rivers Within Three Hours of Tahoe

By Tahoe Staff
As the Sierras shed their winter blankets, rivers swell and options abound for Lake Tahoe rafting trips. Check out these eight great reasons to get wet this spring and summer.Spring FlingsNorth Fork of the American River, Chamberlain Falls SectionOriginating from Granite Chief Wilderness, the North Fork of the... Read More

South Lake Tahoe Shopping Guide

By Tahoe Staff
South Lake Tahoe is a mecca for the day shopper, the marathon shopper and the casual browser alike. If you’re looking for some vacation knickknacks, South Lake Tahoe souvenir shops rival them all. Designer apparel to beachwear, cosmetics to wedding rings, South Lake Tahoe shopping covers all the bases.Heavenly Village... Read More