North Lake Tahoe



Where is North Lake Tahoe?

North Lake Tahoe is a 45-minute drive from Reno-Tahoe Airport or a three-hour drive from San Francisco.

What towns are in North Lake Tahoe?

North Lake Tahoe is made up of the Incline village, Truckee, Tahoe City and Crystal Bay.

What ski resorts are in North Lake Tahoe?

North Lake Tahoe have the highest concentration of ski resorts in North American including Northstar, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, Mt Rose, Diamond Peak and Homewood.

What can I do in North Lake Tahoe?

North Lake Tahoe is an adventure lover’s dream destination. Explore the six mountain towns, hit the lake for boating or swimming or hike and bike some of the amazing mountain trails.

The activities on offer vary by season, but there is a year-round suite of adventures for all guests!

When is North Lake Tahoe’s "secret season"?

North Lake Tahoe’s locals call autumn its secret season. It’s the time of year when the beaches and trails are a little less crowded and more peaceful, and you can disconnect from daily life and reconnect with natural beauty.

Where are the must-see spots?

For beautiful panoramic views check out the Tunnel Creek Trail, or for the more adventurous, fly through the air with the greatest of ease and test your stamina at the Treetop Adventure Park and Tahoe Via Ferrata.

What is the Lake Tahoe Ale Trail?

North Lake Tahoe has its very own Ale Trail that you can Mountain Bike, Hike, Road bike, Kayak or even paddle-board around, with 14 beer lovers’ hot spots to choose from.

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What's New

December 2018
  • Tahoe Tap Haus Opens
    Located in the cobblestone village in Tahoe City— serving up local brews and American faire.
September 2018
  • High Camp at Squaw Valley Undergoes Renovation
    High Camp at Squaw Valley, which sits at 8200 ft (2500m) was renovated this past year. It features a seasonal pool/hot tub, the Olympic Museum, a restaurant/bar and market. The new Tram Car Bar, a restored 70’s era Squaw Valley tram cabin, will make its home on the Olympic House deck, serving drinks as the Aerial Tram soars overhead. A new Mexican restaurant & tequila bar from the owners of the Auld Dubliner will be opening in The Village at Squaw Valley for the 2019-20 winter season.
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July 2018
  • Za's Moves to New Location
    Za's - a local's favourite and NLT institution - has been around for more than 40 years, but just moved into a new lakefront location. It offers a double-decker panoramic view of the lake with Italian-American faire
  • Pioneer Cocktail Club Opens
    Opened July 2018, offering craft cocktails and unique bites. The owners have opened chic restaurant/bar brands throughout the bay area.





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