Lake Tahoe Has Vacation Rentals All Year



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Lake Tahoe is certainly one of the remarkable natural treasures of the United States. With constantly beautiful weather in both the summer and winter months, it deserves the portrayal given to it by Mark Twain upon initially setting eyes on the lake in 1861, “the fairest picture the whole earth affords.” The region is a paradise for hikers, skiers, and everyone who wants to immerse themselves in the natural splendor of America’s largest alpine lake. Lake Tahoe is proudly located on the border between California and Nevada, about 100 miles east of Sacramento, California and 45 miles southwest of Reno, Nevada.

In the summer months, Lake Tahoe is a paradise for visitors interested in boating and water sports, as well as those who merely want to relax in the sun on the miles of sandy beaches.  More lively visitors can find limitless possibilities for outdoor activities, including bicycling, golf, tennis, camping, horseback riding, rock climbing, parasailing, even hot air ballooning. Lake Tahoe vacation rentals are also extensively accessible during the summer months. 

In the summer, when the sun shines 80% of the time, hikers find Tahoe to be heaven on Earth. There are a large quantity of hiking trails all over the district, traversing the mountains and valleys. There are a variety of difficulties for all skill degrees, and a variety of trail lengths for short day hikes or longer multi day backcountry excursions. If you are new to hiking, guided backcountry hikes are available with supplied meals, transportation, and plentiful information concerning the lake and its natural surroundings.

Some of the most popular hiking spots include Eagle Falls and Eagle Lake, a relatively undemanding trail of novice difficulty which leads to a breathtaking view of Eagle Falls. Emerald Bay Trail is a quick but steep trail leading up from the north side of Emerald Bay and ending at Vikingsholm, a reproduction of a Scandinavian castle. The Nevada Shoreline Trail and the Shirley Lake hiking trail are also popular hikes in the area.

In the winter months, Lake Tahoe devotes itself to the ski season. Thousands of visitors from California, Nevada, the United States and the world descend upon Lake Tahoe ski condo rentals in the snowy months to contribute in some of the most scenic skiing obtainable in the United States. The snow is dry and powdery, and the runs are breathtakingly scenic.

Lake Tahoe has the highest concentration of ski resorts in North America and a fantastically lengthy season from November to May, commonly lasting into the summer. Lift tickets are affordable between $44 and $75 per day for adults and much less for children. There are additionally various  Lake Tahoe ski lodges available for rent throughout the winter months as well. 

The area has numerous ski resorts, including Heavenly Mountain, Alpine Meadows, Diamond Peak, Northstar, Kirkwood Mountain, Sierra-at-Tahoe, Boreal Mountain, Sugar Bowl, Donner Ski Ranch, Homewood, Mount Rose, and Squaw Valley, most celebrated for hosting the 1960 Winter Olympics.

Whatever your favorite outdoor sport or pastime, or if you fancy the snow or the sunshine, Lake Tahoe has something for everyone, every month of the year. 

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