Shore House Lake Tahoe
7170 N. Lake Blvd., P.O. Box 499
Tahoe Vista, California, 96148, USA
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-(530) 581-8374-Ideal for skiers who love powder and simplicity. Even though the ski area is best known for the expert skiing, off-piste areas and backcountry opportunities, there are also plenty of trails for intermediates and families.
-(530) 583-6955- The super-large Squaw Valley ski terrain is spread over six peaks with 870 metres of vertical. Hosted the 1960 Olympics,
- (800) 754-7673-just 15 minutes from Lake Tahoe. Mt. Rose boasts over 1200 acres of terrain, including the 200+ acre Chutes, and the new Winters Creek Lodge.
- (775) 831-3211-Diamond Peak Ski Resort is known for its family-friendly atmosphere, and amazing views of Lake Tahoe .
- (530) 562-1330, (530) 562-2286- Featuring 3,000 skiable acres, 19 lifts, 93 ski/snowboard trails, 7 of the nation's best terrain parks, the largest snowmaking system in North Lake Tahoe, and the largest lift-served mountain bike park in Northern California.
-(530)525-2900- Located steps from the shoreline of Lake Tahoe, Homewood Mountain Resort combines pristine skiing and snowboarding with an unobstructed view of Lake Tahoe from every slope.
-(775) 586-7000-Heavenly is situated on the California / Nevada state border in South Lake Tahoe. This is an intermediate cruiser and advanced tree skiing mecca with the odd steep thrown in for good measure.
Tahoe Nordic Cross Country
(530) 583-3653- For the day skier visiting the Tahoe area, Tahoe Cross Country offers an high quality recreation experience for all ability levels.
Additional Winter Activities
-(530)582-9090-Coldstream Adventures offers a range of riding that is suited for everyone from the beginner to the most advanced rider.
Lake Tahoe Snowmobile
-(530) 546-4280-Over 100 miles of trails that travel through the pristine National Forest offering spectacular views of the entire fabulous Lake Tahoe.
Zepher Cove Snowmobile
-(530) 543-6191- Over 45 miles of groomed trails where you can glide through towering pine and aspen, breathing in the fresh air and marveling at the amazing scenery.
High Camp at Squaw Valley
-(530) 583-1742-Guests ride the 2,000 vertical feet in Squaw Valley's aerial Cable Car to High Camp, el. 8200', where numerous activities await.
Eagle Lake hike
- 2 miles roundtrip - start at
Emerald Bay state park
trailhead (mountainside of road)
Eagle Falls hike
- 2 1/2 miles roundtrip - start at
Emerald Bay state park
- 3 miles roundtrip - start at Tahoe Rim Trail sign on highway 267 (north side of road)
- several trails from 1 to 5 miles - start at Tahoe Rim Trail sign on Highway 431 (south side of road)
Mt. Rose Summit loop
- 6 mile loop trail - start at the parking lot at the summit of Highway 431
- mountain biking only - several trails from 10 to 20 miles - shuttle can bring you and your bike back from Tunnel Creek to the start at the Nevada State Park at Spooner Lake
Tahoe City to Squaw Valley
- 12 miles round trip - along the Truckee River - paved bike path
Tahoe City to Sugar Pine Point State Park
- along the shore of Lake Tahoe - 18 miles roundtrip - paved bike path
Cruising the Lake
Lady of the Lake
- Cruise Lake Tahoe on our very own cabin cruiser with Captain Marty.
(530) 583-0141- Join the fun and romance aboard the Tahoe Gal. Departing from Tahoe City, North Tahoe Cruises offers four sightseeing cruises daily on the crystal clear waters of Lake Tahoe.
M.S. Dixie II
(775) 589-4906, (530) 543-6191-The 400-passenger, award-winning M.S. Dixie II is the largest cruising vessel on South Lake Tahoe, and a local favorite.
Additional Summer Activities
Alpine Meadows Stables
- (530) 583-3905-Offering scenic tours through Tahoe National Forest on gentle horses with experienced guides.
High Camp at Squaw
- (530) 583-1742- Enjoy uninterrupted views of Lake Tahoe and the High Sierra, travel back in time and learn a little more about the 1960 Winter Olympic Games at the Olympic Museum, or relax at the Poolside Umbrella Bar and soak up the Sierra sun in the Swimming Lagoon & Spa
Kayak from the Shore House to Crystal Bay Point - kayak among the beautiful boulders - 4 miles roundtrip
Public Tennis courts at the North Tahoe Regional Park, a mile from the Shore House on National Avenue.
North Shore Parasail
- (530)-546-7698- Parasail, Jet Ski and Boat Rentals. On King's Beach behind Steamer's Restaurant and Bar.
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