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North Lake Tahoe spans two states and boasts two dozen beaches, numerous ski resorts, hundreds of miles of biking trails, half a dozen communities, and a growing number of nationally recognized human-powered events, races and festivals. For the latest deals, check out the Deals tab on

Miracle March delivers over 10 feet of snow to the Tahoe ski resorts
Yes, technically March is the month of the spring equinox, but it is also the month of big snow, as evidenced by the 61-128 inches that fell at the Ski Lake Tahoe resorts!
Best Mobile Apps for Tahoe Skiers and Snowboarders
When you ski and ride at Lake Tahoe ski resorts, you have a lot of choices. We’re not just talking resorts here. Or runs. We’re talking mobile apps.
30 Inches of New Snow at the Lake Tahoe ski resorts
It’s been a great end to the week, as the Lake Tahoe ski resorts received 20-30 inches of snow in just over a 24 hour period, bringing average season snowfall totals to 26 feet! ...
Lake Tahoe Lodging and Activities
Thinking about planning a Lake Tahoe ski & snowboard vacation? Lucky for you, there’s tons of choices around here.
All trails in #TahoeNorth lead to a stunning sunset
Beautiful photos come easy this time of year. Come to think of it, they come easy in #tahoenorth every time of year.
Ski Lake Tahoe Six-Pack Tickets
Some might say that it’s too soon to start thinking about next winter. Not us. If you’re already counting down the days until the snow flies, you’ll be happy to hear that the...
Ask a Tahoe Local
Approximately 65,000 people live in the Lake Tahoe basin. Who are these locals, and how did they get here? What is it about Tahoe that encouraged them to set down roots?
Ski For Free on the Same Day You Arrive
Going on a ski and snowboard vacation is exciting. But sometimes the getting there is less so. Consider this - it doesn’t always have to be that way. Lake Tahoe's celebrated ski ...
New York Can Now Fly Non-stop to Lake Tahoe on JetBlue
Imagine a world where you can board a plane in one place, say New York City, and disembark in your dream ski destination, with no changing of planes, no figuring out how to get to ...
Top 5 things to do at Lake Tahoe after the lifts close
Check out our top picks for things to do once you’re off the slopes and get inspired for a ski vacation that's more than just skiing and riding. Note: removing your ski boots is ...

Come Explore North Lake Tahoe

North Lake Tahoe is a stunning alpine playground where endless adventure awaits in every season.The North end of Lake Tahoe delivers the largest selection of skiing and snowboarding terrain in the nation. Endless cross-country skiing trails meander through snow-covered pine forests and wide-open meadows. North Tahoe’s immense variety offers up anything a winter visitor could want — gentle slopes where a five-year-old can learn to link ski turns, near-vertical steeps that will challenge the most jaded adrenaline junkie, or a simple sledding hill where the entire family can play in the snow together.
Summertime brings its own transformation. Ski runs convert into mountain biking and hiking trails. Sun-soaked beaches backdropped by mountain peaks attract swimmers, boaters, paddleboarders and kayakers.
After a day spent on the slopes or soaking in the sun, North Tahoe welcomes visitors to relax at lakeside restaurants, bars and shops. Whether it is a signature Tahoe cocktail, a farm-to-fork meal or a marshmallow roasted at a slope-side fire pit, North Tahoe serves up a world-class, choose-your-own-adventure après ski scene.
North Tahoe is home to twelve distinct communities, many dotting the shoreline like Incline Village, Kings Beach, Tahoe City and the live-music mecca of Crystal Bay. Others with their own unique character await, including the Olympic village of Squaw Valley, the multi-sport resort at Northstar and the outdoor playground of Donner Summit. North Tahoe’s variety is an invitation to explore — whether it is a new ski run, new sport or new culinary experience.