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  • Gar Woods 31st Annual Snowfest! Polar Bear Swim

    The SnowFest! Polar Bear Swim is the "coolest" event for 31 years running! Each year, hundreds of spectators line the pier and deck at Gar Woods to watch hardy souls brave the frigid waters of Lake Tahoe. Participants swim approx. 250 yards in 39 degree, bone-chilling waters before returning to Gar Woods Bar to "minimize the pain." Free appetizers will be…

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  • Boating on the Big Blue: Lake Tahoe

    Crystal blue waters, bluebird skies and summer conditions beckon many to the pristine shores of North Lake Tahoe. With its many ramps, buoys, private lakes and other boat-friendly amenities, it’s easy to see why Tahoe is a prime playground for boaters.   While play is definitely the order of the day, boating is a serious undertaking. Courtesy and safety are essential…

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  • Wanderlust SUP yoga on Lake Tahoe

    Your Guide to Summer in North Lake Tahoe

    Summer in North Lake Tahoe is like nowhere else. With its vast, glittering lake, towering mountainscapes and exciting events, there’s no shortage of activities to help you enjoy the long days, warm weather and leisurely pace of the season. Check out our guide to summer in North Lake Tahoe—filled with everything you’ll need to make this summer one for the…

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  • Maintaining Tahoe’s Stunning Clarity

    “. . . the water was not merely transparent, but dazzlingly, brilliantly so.” - a description of Lake Tahoe by Mark Twain, Roughing It (1871) If you’ve been to Tahoe you know one of its most famous features is its clarity, initially measured at 100 feet in 1968. Since then clarity has dropped nearly one foot each year and is…

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