Winter In Lake Tahoe

Celebrate the winter season in the Sierras with an abundance of snow activities. Whether it’s skiing or snowboarding, sleddingsnowshoeing, snowmobiling or ice stating, Lake Tahoe has it all!

With an average of 40 feet of snow and 300 days of sun a year Lake Tahoe has optimal conditions for your winter skiing or snowboarding trip. With acres of backcountry trails, you can choose between cross-country tours or glide down world-class groomed slopes. And don’t forget to après-ski. Nightclubs in the town go strong till late at night.

Winter is also a good time to re-charge the body and re-connect with nature and loved ones. South Lake Tahoe offers both. With an abundance of day spas and massage therapists to choose from you will be sure to find the one that is right for you. After a day of relaxation, get ready to feed your heart's content at one of the many restaurants or eateries located around the lake. 

Even if you choose to stay onsite at Lake Tahoe Vacation Resort, unwind and relax in our indoor spa or outdoor pool.  And finally, enjoy a delicious meal and drinks at The Bear Moon Bar & Grill while you sit fireside and bask in the beautiful views of South Lake.

The Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority has put together some tips for travelers visiting during the winter months. You can read these tips here.