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Maybe it's the contrast of bright white snow against the blue of the lake or the quaintness of our towns with a fresh dusting of snow, but there's something magical about winter in Lake Tahoe. With skiing and snowboarding, ice skating, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, dogsledding, and more, there's a lot to keep you busy and smiling when the temperatures get cold here. Explore all the ways to enjoy Lake Tahoe in winter.

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Tahoe Ski and Board Lessons
Taking a lesson with a certified professional is a great way to get started for the first time on skis or a snowboard, or to refresh your muscle memory after a few years away from the slopes.
Lake Tahoe Cross-Country Skiing
There’s much more to Tahoe winters than just downhill skiing. Lake Tahoe is home to miles and miles of cross-country skiing trails.
Lake Tahoe Snowshoeing
Snowshoeing is the hiking (and running) of the winter — and it’s a great way to explore the Tahoe basin! There are plenty of options to explore on your own or take a guided tour.
Lake Tahoe Snowmobiling
Get your motors running with a fun day of ripping through the snowy forest and open meadows on snowmobiles. Snowmobiling is a great winter activity for the adrenaline-seeking crowd.
Lake Tahoe Ice Skating
Whether you're looking for a fun family outing or a romantic date night idea, consider lacing up ice skates during your next Tahoe winter vacation.
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.
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.