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North Lake Tahoe Ale Trail Map

The North Lake Tahoe Ale Trail... your adventurous Tahoe Craft Beer Experience begins here! Watch Ale Trail videos and find out more here.

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Fall into Health and Wellness in North Lake Tahoe

  Granlibakken Hosts Autumn Wellness Start off the fall season with Granlibakken’s Endless Summer Yoga Retreat September 4-6. The weekend includes overnight accommodations, daily restorative meals, yoga and meditation. Live music and entertainment such as aerial fabrics demonstrations with Tahoe Flow Arts Studio fill the evenings while spa treatments, ayurvedic counseling and hiking excursions are available throughout the day. For Read More >

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This, Is, Spartan Race!!

Every year, thousands of athletes gather for the Reebok Spartan Race World Championship’s, a high intensity race pushing them to the limits. For the first time, the Race will move to scenic Squaw Valley October 3-4. International and national athletes will run up to 15 miles and conquer up to 30 obstacles amongst the bright green trees, clear blue lake Read More >

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  • summer
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Sunset doesn’t end family fun on Tahoe’s North Shore via San Francisco Chronicle

[caption id="attachment_13542" align="alignnone" width="500"] Photo Courtesy of Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe[/caption]   Two 5-year-olds try to share a look through a telescope at the summertime sky in Lake Tahoe’s North Shore, but they quickly realize it’s an activity for one person at a time. “Come over here,” beckons an older child to the kid edged out of the action. “You can Read More >

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  • dining
  • golf
  • Incline Village
  • music
  • summer
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A Summer Guide to Tahoe Alpine Foodie Paradise

After a day on the water or hiking the Sierra, there’s nothing like sitting down for an exquisite meal. This summer, North Lake Tahoe is filled with options to experience alpine dining at its finest. Check out some of the happenings below: Foodies get a lift at Homewood Farm to table dinner? Yes. Overlooking Lake Tahoe from the chairlift with Read More >

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  • Kings Beach
  • paddleboard
  • Sand Harbor
  • summer
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The SUP Newbie – What you need to know

Guest Blog from Lakeshore Paddleboard Company So you got yourself a stand-up paddleboard. Awesome! Welcome to the paddling family. Here in North Lake Tahoe, we’re a friendly little community connected by our mutual love of standing on water. And since you’re new to this, we’re going to help you out. Here’s a rundown on the gear, the best local places Read More >

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  • Sand Harbor
  • summer
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4 best hidden beaches in North Lake Tahoe

With over two dozen beaches among North Tahoe’s shorelines, there is no reason to not explore a new beach. If you take a peak off the beaten path, you can find some of North Tahoe’s secret beaches. Check out some of Tahoe’s hidden gems below: Chimney Beach: Located off of Highway 28 about 2.5 miles south of Sand Harbor, Chimney Read More >

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  • music
  • summer
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Cultural, Culinary and Craft Beer Celebrations… Oh my!

Throughout summer in Lake Tahoe, you are sure to hear the whiz of mountain bikes, splashes of beach-goers and the slapping of sailboats’ sails. Maybe not as loud, but undoubtedly there is the growing roar of culinary boundaries being pushed, the words of Shakespeare being spoken, and craft beer cans cracking open at festivals throughout North Lake Tahoe. [caption id="attachment_12822" Read More >

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  • Leave no trace

Keep it Safe, North Lake Tahoe!

It's almost 4th of July, and we want you to stay safe in North Lake Tahoe! Try these 5 quick tips, and have a happy holiday weekend: 1. Remember, one less spark is one less fire. 9 in 10 wildfires are caused by people. Be careful to keep those fires down. 2. Pledge to take care. Trash can pile up Read More >

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  • Boating
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  • summer

Lake Tahoe is open, it’s time to go boating!

A sunny forecast and warmer temperatures means boating season has arrived in North Lake Tahoe. Whether you are heading up for wakeboarding and waterskiing, scenic boat rides over crystalline water, or family outings that include swimming and sunbathing, there are over 10 boat ramps open in North Lake Tahoe. Open Marinas and Boat Ramps Lake Forest Boat Ramp Ski Beach Read More >

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