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Presentation 3 things you need to do in lake tahoe
3 Things You Need to Do In Lake Tahoe
Located on the border of California
and Nevada, Lake Tahoe has been a
favorite vacation spot for years, and
when you see the scenic beauty of
the area, you’ll see why.
Considered one of the most
beautiful bodies of water in the
United States, Lake Tahoe is known
for its crystal clear waters and its
The area surrounding the stunning
lake, also called Lake Tahoe, has
miles of incredible hiking trails as
well as some of the best skiing that
North America has to offer.
Lake Tahoe also has some of the
qualities of neighboring cities, such
as casinos like those in Reno and
high-end dining and shopping just
like you’d find in San Francisco.
Here are a three of the best things to
do in Lake Tahoe:
With over 4,000 acres of skiing
terrain and a state-of-the-art lift
system, Squaw Valley is considered
on the world’s best ski resorts. The
sheer size of the resort is impressive
enough, as it spans accross six peaks
on Lake Tahoe’s western shore.
It also has a wide range of
exhilarating runs. If you’re a
beginner, you’re in luck, because
around 70 percent of the slopes of
Squaw Valley are geared toward
people at the beginning and
With the combination of natural
beauty and astounding slopes, it’s
no surprise that Squaw Valley
hosted the 1960 Olympic Winter
One of the largest beaches in the
area, Kings Beach State Recreation
Area extends more than 3 miles
along Lake Tahoe’s northern shore.
Whether you’re there for boating,
swimming or sunbathing, Kings
Beach is bound to offer a relaxing
This park is 28 acres, encompassing
a large amount of the shoreline on
Lake Tahoe’s northern edge. Just
remember that in the summer the
sand can get very hot while the lake
stays very chilly.
Make sure you bring some sandals
with you. With the stunning views
and the opportunity for water
sports, Kings Beach can also get
pretty crowded, especially in July
and August. If you want to avoid the
crowds, stay on the lookout for
some of the more secluded areas.
Anyone looking to take in the
beauty of Lake Tahoe needs to visit
Emerald Bay State Park, which was
carved by passing glaciers millions
of years ago.
Known for its awe-inspiring
panoramas and colorful granite
cliffs, this inlet along the southwest
shore of Lake Tahoe is a must-visit.
Some of the park’s beauty comes
from the towering trees that shelter
it, but the most well-known part of
the park is the Emerald Bay
Lookout. Don’t forget your camera,
as there are countless photo
opportunities amongst this
If you want to do more than take in
the views, head to Vikingsholm, a
former summer home built in the
1920s and a perfect example of
If you’re into geology, get in a boat
and head to Fannette Island, Lake
Tahoe’s only island, to see evidence
of glacial activity. The possibilities
are endless at this incredible state
If you’re looking for a relaxing
vacation spot where you can take in
some of the most beautiful parts of
nature that the U.S. has to offer,
look no further than Lake Tahoe. A
trip to Lake Tahoe is bound to
provide you with experiences you
won’t soon forget.