Ski Holidays in Lake Tahoe, USA
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Lake Tahoe ski resorts
Skiing Lake Tahoe has to be one of the most unique experiences. Surrounded by an endless sea of peaks, the lake sparkles like an iridescent ocean of aquamarine. Lake Tahoe spans the Nevada/California border, and includes casinos and exciting nightlife on the Nevada side. All the way around the lake you’ll find lodging, shops, restaurants and more ski areas in one region than anywhere else in the United States.
Snowfall is measured in feet rather than inches due to the heavy accumulations these areas often receive. When it’s not snowing, count on California sunshine and amazing lake views.
Access to the other resorts (Sierra at Tahoe, Kirkwood, Alpine Meadows, Squaw and Northstar) is easy by both road and water so every day on the slopes can be different.
Ski resorts in Lake Tahoe include:
Heavenly is Tahoe's highest resort with more than 4,800 acres of terrain for all levels of skiers.
Squaw Valley to discover another 4,000 acres of terrain served by 33 lifts with wonderful beginner runs at the very top and 3 and 1/2 miles of lighted FREE night skiing.
Northstar and experience the newly construction base area. Beginners and children are comfortable in their own learning area while there are ungroomed glades for the adventurous.
Ski Lake Tahoe and experience the amazing nightlife of glamorous shows, the lure of casinos, dance clubs and jazz bars and one week may not be enough to catch it all.
Apres-ski, restaurants and other activities in Vail
In South Lake Tahoe the pace is lively and the choice varied with a wide selection of bars and Casinos to choose from. Activities include:
- Ice skating
- Cross-country skiing
- Tahoe Queen Paddle Steamer
- Sleigh rides
- Hot air ballooning
- Sport fishing