Get outdoors at South Lake Tahoe

05 September 2019

With its spectacular landscape of snow-capped mountains, cobalt blue waters and gorgeous golden-sand beaches, together with a huge variety of exciting outdoor activities to enjoy, Lake Tahoe is undoubtedly one of the greatest mountain destinations in the world.

Starring in many Hollywood movies and the largest alpine lake in North America, Lake Tahoe is so much more than a pretty face though. Ski slopes, casinos, kayaking – Lake Tahoe really does have it all.

Perfectly positioned in the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains on the border of California and Nevada, South Lake Tahoe is a little busier than the more northern part and will delight lovers of the great outdoors. Steeped in indigenous Native American history and with plenty of exhilarating activities ranging from cross-country skiing and snowboarding, through to hiking, cycling and stand-up paddle boarding, there’s so much to see and do here to entice all types of traveller.

What to see and do in South Lake Tahoe

 

South Lake Tahoe has an enormous helping of things to do whatever the season. Here are a few things that you won’t want to miss during your time in this beautiful region.

When is the best time to visit South Lake Tahoe?

Due to its amazing range of attractions and activities, and an average of 300 days of sunshine, South Lake Tahoe welcomes visitors throughout the year. From November through to April, this alpine paradise turns into a veritable winter wonderland, whilst in the warmer months, Lake Tahoe turns into the perfect spring and summer holiday destination.

 

To find out more about stunning Lake Tahoe, get in touch with your Travel Counsellor today and take advantage of a range of exclusive benefits including full financial protection and a 24-hour duty office ready to assist you before, during and after your trip.

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