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Things to Do at Lake Tahoe in the Winter & Spring

Shake off the chill with invigorating outdoor activities and snow sports that electrify all of your senses. Tahoe is a global hotspot for cold weather sports, with epic powder and enormous ski resorts like Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. Adrenaline junkies can ski and snowboard on high-speed downhill slopes and at challenging terrain parks. You'll also find snowy trails and forest paths for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobile tours. With so many things to do in Lake Tahoe in the winter, it's like a snow day for grown-ups that never ends. And with ski-in/ski/out access from your condo at our mountain lodge, you're just a few steps away from the action.
Lake Tahoe Cross Country Skiing, California

Squaw Valley Skiing

Feel the magic of pristine powder on the slopes at Squaw Valley, a world-famous ski resort. Explore 4,000 acres of terrain spread across six peaks towering peaks, from mellow mountaintops for beginners to infamous black-diamond steeps. Play on the half-pipe, conquer the slopes, and finish your day with a soak in the hot tub.
Lake Tahoe Snowmobile Tours, Olympic Valley

Lake Tahoe Snowmobile Tours

Discover the ultimate high-octane winter thrill when you pilot a snowmobile across hidden-gem backcountry trails with amazing views of Lake Tahoe. Venture off the road and into the wilderness where others dare not go, traveling on diverse terrain on a single or double snowmobile. Experience true exhilaration. 
Enjoy Squaw Valley Skiing in Olympic Valley

Lake Tahoe Cross Country Skiing

Embrace the quiet magic of cross-country (aka Nordic) skiing as you cruise along scenic winter trails lined with fir trees and pine. Head to the Tahoe National Forest, just nine miles away from Squaw Valley, to find freshly groomed cross-country and snowshoeing trails dotted with warm-up huts for breaks and hot drinks.

 

Tahoe Adventure Company in California

Tahoe Adventure Company

Snowshoe under the full moon into a hushed winter landscape. Seek out snowdrifts that have never been touched. Gaze at the stunning star canopy above that's draped in Tahoe's ink-dark nighttime skies. Enjoy a guided excursion at sunset where you can watch for wildlife and relish the pure mountain snow.
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