Lake Tahoe is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts year round, but it is most know for its amazing skiing and snowboarding. There are countless mountains at your disposal such as Heavenly, Northstar-at-Tahoe and many more. When you are off the slopes there are many things that you can do; dine at restaurants ranging from pizza to Mexican to bagel joints. Also get outside and hike the amazing Pacific Crest Trail or snowmobile through the majestic Sierra Mountains.
Day 1 - Lake Tahoe
Your trip to Tahoe is all about an epic adventure, one that includes skiing Tahoe's finest slopes, snowmobiling and hiking. The perfect place to stay for your trip is the Falcon Lodge, with its comfortable rooms, close proximity to everything you need and lake view. For breakfast head to Tahoe House Restaurant and Bakerel where you will find great fresh breads as well as many other dishes. Now that you are all filled up hit the slopes at Northstar-at-Tahoe, for a day of unforgettable skiing. For lunch you can either pack up a lunch and bring it with you or stop at CB's Pizza and Grill for some food that the name implies. After you are done for the day head to Las Panchitas for some authentic Mexican food. You will enjoy everything that is on the menu, believe me.
6 miles north of Kings Beach
Lake Tahoe, NV 96160
+1 530 562 1010
5075 North Lake Boulevard
Lake Tahoe, CA 96140
1 530 546 4738 / 1 530 546 4758
Day 2 - Lake Tahoe
When your wrestle yourself out of your comfortable bed at the Falcon Lodge head to Sierra Bagel Factory for some bagels, sandwiches and pizza if that's what you want for breakfast. For some more fun in the snow head to Snowmobile Treks at Lake Tahoe where you can ride around the Sierra Nevada mountains. When you return from your snowmobile adventure enjoy some food at Jason's Beachside Grille where you can dine on a patio with a great view. There is something here for everyone, seafood, hamburgers, prime rib and many other things. If you are up for some art appreciation as a break for your legs head to North Tahoe Art Center where you can enjoy local artists work, ranging from watercolor, drawing, and paintings. For dinner Le Petit Pier is the place to go, it has received numerous awards since its opening in 1972, stop in for yourself and be the judge. If you want to keep the festivities going for the night head to Blu for some Vegas in Tahoe excitement.
9980 North Lake Boulevard
Lake Tahoe, CA 96151
+1 530 546 4280 (North Shore Tours)