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One destination. Countless things to do. No matter the season, you can get your fill of everything from adrenaline-inducing fun with mountain biking and skiing to finding peace and serenity by kayaking on the water or taking a snowshoe tour. And in-between all of your activities, don't forget about our great selection of shopping, dining and nightlife. Discover all of the incredible things to do in Lake Tahoe and our surrounding areas and start planning your next visit.

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With 72 miles of shoreline, there's no shortage of beachfront for you to enjoy at Lake Tahoe. Explore a few of our favorite North Shore beaches.

Lake Tahoe Dog Sledding
For a true North Lake Tahoe tradition, bundle up and settle into a sled pulled by a team of powerful sled dogs through the meadows and forests of the Sierra Nevada.
Legacy Trail
Home to half a dozen wilderness areas and national forests, get ready to lace up your boots and hit our beautiful Lake Tahoe and Truckee hiking trails
Lake Tahoe Snowkiting
For an exciting way to mix up skiing and riding, add a kite to the mix! Snowkiting is a fun winter sport in which people use kite power to glide across snow and ice.
The best way to see Lake Tahoe isn’t from the shore, it’s from right on the water. Give this quintessential Tahoe activity a try and glide over our crystal-clear water by paddleboarding Lake Tahoe.
kayaking
For an unforgettable day on Lake Tahoe, feel the wind in your hair and rent a boat for a casual cruise or try your hand at wake surfing.
Mountain Biking
Whether it's your first time riding downhill or you're a seasoned veteran, get your adrenaline pumping and enjoy a variety of terrain and mountain biking trails that the Lake Tahoe area has to offer.
Road Biking
For those who prefer flat, paved trails to steep rocky ones, Tahoe is home to road biking trails which make a great way to tour the area.
Lake Tahoe Climbing
The Lake Tahoe area is home to some renowned climbing routes, beloved by pro climbers and local amateurs alike. But if you don’t know a sloper from a crimp, don’t worry, there are guides that will help you learn the ropes.

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