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Blessed with warm, dry weather, about 200 square miles of sparkling blue water, and a dozen of unique resorts and towns perfect for hiking, biking, sailing, canoeing, shopping, dining and more, North Lake Tahoe is the place where summer dreams come true. There is hardly any activity you can’t do in Lake Tahoe. Here you can spend your days exploring majestic peaks for the ultimate Lake Tahoe view, hitting the links at a pristine golf course, or sifting sand between your toes at one of the beaches for ultimate relaxation. And while you’re here, don’t miss out such fabulous summer events as the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival and Lake Tahoe Music Festival.

With an average annual snowfall of over 400 inches, the largest concentration of ski resorts in the country and more than 274 days of sun annually, Lake Tahoe winters are the best in North America! Winter entertainment options of this winter wonderland are more than diverse: from backcountry skiing to snowshoeing, shopping to gaming, hottubbing to dining– they are unique and infinite.

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An icon of pure alpine perfection, North Lake Tahoe belongs to a truly one-of-a-kind environment. There really is no other “Lake Tahoe” on Earth. With its extraordinarily blue water set like a jewel in the mountains, this environment exists virtually without peer. Singular greatness of this fascinating mountain jewel draws thousands of visitors every year to marvel its incredible blueness and spend a few well-deserved days in its radiant light hiking these majestic mountains, swimming these shimmering bays, dining along this magnificent shoreline.

Whether enjoying the silent serenity of the Sierra cross-country trails, or skiing this magnificent terrain, Lake Tahoe has everything you need to make this vacation pure perfection. Explore all its neighborhoods and revel tons of fun you’ll find only at North Lake Tahoe. With 402 inches of annual snowfall, Alpine Meadows is a ski resort area known for its relaxed and easy-going atmosphere. Here popular activities include biking, hiking, rafting and, of course, skiing. Occupying the territory of 2,000 acres, Alpine Meadows Ski Resort features rental and repair shop, day lodge with large sun deck, bar, restaurant, cocktail lounge, cafeteria, on-mountain snack bars, sport shop and mid-mountain deli. There is also Ski and Snowboard instruction for adults and children as well as Tahoe Adaptive Ski School for people with mental and physical disabilities. Those who are passionate about water sports shouldn’t miss Carnelian Bay with its two picturesque state beaches lined by a hearty treasure of vacation rentals. Boating and kayaking are the most popular activities here.

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Have you ever swum from one state to another? You can easily do this at Crystal Bay. California/Nevada state line cleaves Crystal Bay so you can actually swim from one state to the other in the Cal-Neva resort swimming pool. The Lake Tahoe town of Crystal Bay overlooks its namesake and sits upon a tremendous granite point. This is where Frank Sinatra, Marylyn Monroe and Jack Kennedy played in the 60s. There are four lively casinos with a plethora of Lake Tahoe lodging and dining choices, plus great live entertainment.

The place where the wealthiest people in the world have built stunning mountain retreats, Incline Village features some of the most relaxing beaches in North Lake Tahoe. In summer, theatergoers congregate to see the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival at nearby Sand Harbor. Mountain bikers get down the Flume Trail, which drains into the village. Winter sees snow sliders trooping to Diamond Peak and Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe. In addition, there is casino gaming uptown.

North Lake Tahoe Shore

Set against a vibrant blend of colors, flavors and textures, the town of Kings Beach welcomes everyone with a signature downtown public beach. This beautiful long and wide white sandy beach features a boat launch area, a pier, an events area, a mini-park, children’s playground, restrooms and a parking lot. Hip shops and restaurants are just across the street. In summer craft fairs and special events take place here as well. Season water activities include kayaking, jet skiing, water bike paddle boat and parasailing.

The largest and most challenging mountain in North Lake Tahoe, Squaw Valley was home to the Winter Olympics in 1960 and still bears the event symbolic rings at its entrance off Hwy 89 to this day. Squaw is offering outstanding opportunities for skiing, including five beginner areas, which are located at mid-mountain and provide the most impressive views of the Lake. Another favorite feature of Squaw Valley is the year-round, open ice skating rink at the mountain summit complex, High Camp. Squaw Valley features a number of first class amenities, including over 30 restaurants and bars; rental, retail and repair shops; luxurious accommodations; 3 miles of night-skiing; year-round dining, ice skating and pool area at the summit.

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Come to feel the rich history of the Tahoe City Golf Course which was host to big money games in the fifties, including such names of old time players as Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, the Mills Brothers, Ken Venturi, Harvey Ward, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and Andy Williams. Tee off where the Rat Pack did and experience the hospitality of the staff of the Tahoe City Golf Course.

Everywhere around North Lake Tahoe you’ll find broad stretches of crystal clear water lined with silky, warm sand awaiting you. Lake Tahoe diverse beaches include secluded, hike-in spots, wide open picnic areas with easy parking, sandy expanses hosting weekly concerts, and rocky shorelines with walking trails and unbeatable views of the sunset. So lay down your towel and find out how relaxing and enjoyable your North Lake Tahoe vacation can really be.