North Lake Tahoe's 18 Winter Wows

18 Winter Wows in North Lake Tahoe

North Lake Tahoe sunset snowshoe

A few nights escaping to a beautiful backyard destination is so 2020! And so is North Lake Tahoe. Seriously, North Lake Tahoe has year-round appeal, but this new year is especially excellent for some Winter Wow! Here’s a few ways to get you going…

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Snow Romantic

Instead of the glass slipper fairy tale, strap on some snowshoes for a fairy trail! Make your way to the edge of North Lake Tahoe for a sublime sunset view you’ll savor for years to come. Is this one of the most romantic spots in all of California? For shore!

North Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts

Ski-dazzle!

“It’s all downhill from here” is an amazing feeling when you’re hitting one of North Lake Tahoe’s 12 downhill resorts (the highest concentration in North America). Just want a good view of the lake? There’s plenty to choose from—including Diamond Peak and Mt. Rose.

North Lake Tahoe WinterWonderGrass Music Event

Winter Events

WinterWonderGrass brings craft brews, amazing mountain views, and live music to North Lake Tahoe for three days in March. Bring it on!

Firepits of North Lake Tahoe

Overnight Abundance

Check out limited-time overnight deals for North Lake Tahoe (such as 2 nights/3rd is on the house). If you’re bringing your four-legged furry pal, find dog-friendly options. From hot tubs with mountain views to fire-pit patios and modern luxury rooms, there’s plenty of lodging to choose from.

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