Tahoe Information

The shoreline of Lake Tahoe is an astounding 72 miles, dotted with a number of towns and distinct zones. Visit the area a few times, and you’ll be sure to find your personal slice of paradise. To those who know Tahoe, however, there are really two distinct areas--North Lake Tahoe and South Lake Tahoe. South...Read more
Lake Tahoe and the surrounding area has a fascinating cultural and natural history. Formed about two million years ago by the convergence of three faults, Lake Tahoe is the second deepest freshwater lake in the United States. There are many ongoing efforts to protect the natural beauty of Lake Tahoe, and UC Davis’ Tahoe Environmental...Read more
In active weather patterns, we recommend using the links below to plan your winter travel. Understanding the timing of storms and current road condtions will help you remain safe, avoiding travel during challenging periods. If your departure date falls during a Winter Storm Warning, we will be happy to extend your stay at a discounted...Read more
You may be aware that we are Febru-buried in Tahoe right now! With over 7’ of snow in the last storm cycle, and more snow each day, we can’t think of a better time to visit Tahoe for a ski vacation. Below are a few of our favorite places to ski! Book your stay to...Read more
Snowmobiling is a popular sport in North Lake Tahoe and Truckee, and it’s easy to see why. In the Lake Tahoe Basin, 75% of the land is National Forest land, offering seemingly endless zones to explore. Snowmobiling is a thrilling way to experience Tahoe and Truckee’s abundant backcountry, reaching areas that would take hours to...Read more

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