Things to do in Lake Tahoe
North Tahoe Marina
Rentals for Power boats, ramp launch, fork lift launching, gas, pump-out station, buoys, slips, power boat rentals, fishing charter, food and boat supplies and repairs.
Windsurf North Tahoe
Take windsurfing lesson across the beautiful waters of Lake Tahoe with a certified boardsailing instructor. Lake Tahoe light morning winds are perfect for beginners and typical southwest thermal winds in the afternoon add to the thrills of those who can stay aboard. Windsurfing equipment is provided for students and can be rented by experienced windsurfers. Call for details and rates for instruction and equipment rentals. Located at the Holiday House in Tahoe Vista, CA
High Camp at Squaw Valley
There are six individual trails out of High Camp ranging from easy to strenuous, 1 to 4 miles. Dogs are allowed on the Cable Car and are welcome on all trails. All trails offer stunning views of the Lake and surrounding Squaw Valley, and High Camp has dining and shopping facilities.
With constant fresh snow, 13 lifts and 2,400 acres of runs, it's no wonder so many skiers and snowboarders return to Alpine Meadows again and again. Located in Tahoe City, this local favorite ski resort runs on 100% green power and is environmentally friendly.
One of the finest year-round mountain resorts in North America. Offers 92 ski trails spread across 3,000 acres
Squaw Valley USA
Located off Highway 89, between Truckee and Tahoe City, on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe, Squaw Valley USA is just 42 miles from Reno, 96 miles from Sacramento and 196 miles from San Francisco via all weather Interstate 80.