North Tahoe is located off Highway 80 on what many consider the quieter side of the lake. The phrase “Tahoe Time” was coined to describe North Tahoe’s slower lifestyle pace. North Tahoe is home to winter sports, summer outdoor recreation, and scenery enjoyed throughout the year.
North Tahoe promises year-round adventure in a unique environment. It is the only destination in the West to offer world-class skiing and true sandy beaches.
North Tahoe is a winter sports wonderland. It is home to some of North America’s largest ski resorts such as Squaw Valley and Northstar Resort. In addition, there are miles of trails to enjoy snowshoeing, cross country skiing and snowmobiling.
North Tahoe offers hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, dozens of beaches, and plenty of crystal blue water. Boating, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding are wonderful summer time activities on the water. The Truckee River offers opportunities for rafting and fly fishing.
North Tahoe eateries are plentiful, from casual bistro-style restaurants to long-standing fine dining establishments.
North Tahoe events include music festivals, concerts, food pairings and sporting events scheduled throughout the seasons.
North Tahoe is the ideal destination for adventure lovers, families or anyone wanting to reconnect with nature in the great outdoors and enjoy a four season mountain lifestyle.