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Lake Tahoe Attractions

Discover All There Is to Do In the Area

If you’re dreaming of a Lake Tahoe escape to experience the legendary beauty of the area, then prepare to be wowed — there’s so much more to Tahoe than just soul-soothing scenery. When it comes to things to do in South Lake Tahoe, you can shred down the mountain from 10,067 ft. at Heavenly Mountain Resort’s peak or you can dive into the depths of Lake Tahoe. It’s more than 1600 ft. deep, making it one of the deepest lakes in North America. Needless to say, there’s plenty of things to do in Lake Tahoe above and below the surface. From skiing and snowboarding to snowmobiling, sledding, cross-country skiing and show-shoeing, to fishing, boating, and world-renowned hiking, here are the unbeatable Lake Tahoe attractions you’ll be able to discover just outside your door. Welcome to the idyllic South Lake Tahoe, where the pine-scented air meets the pristine waters, offering a diverse range of activities for every kind of adventurer. Here's your guide to making the most of your time in this scenic paradise. 



Ski & Snowboard

Nestled at the base of Heavenly Mountain, your guest room is just a short walk to the Gondola. In addition to Heavenly in our backyard, Lake Tahoe is home to the highest concentration of ski resorts in the country within a 100-mile radius. With over 300 days of sunshine a year and over 500 inches of snow annually, the only thing missing is you and your goggle tan.

Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts


Got a passion for pedaling? Whether you prefer dropped bars to dropper posts, you’ll find plenty of adventure at Lake Tahoe. Discover dirt trails, smooth pavement, technical climbs, swoopy turns, and exhilarating descents


Van Sickle Park

open to hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians

Just a few steps out of our front door, Van Sickle Bi-State Park is one the most accessible parks in the Tahoe Basin. A short climb from the trailhead quickly transports visitors to the serenity of the forest. The park’s easy to moderate trails are studded with rock outcroppings that present grand views of the largest alpine lake in North America and the surrounding peaks. The Rim Trail Connector provides a tie-in to the famed Tahoe Rim Trail, designated by National Geographic Adventure magazine as one of the nation’s top ten trails. The park is open to hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians.

Explore Van Sickle Park

Entertainment and Excitement

As the sun sets, meander down to our lobby for some live music and good vibes. We neighbor casinos, speak easys and late-night options! Whether you prefer a lively night out or a relaxing night in, South Lake Tahoe's vibrant nightlife has something for everyone.

South Lake Tahoe Nightlife

Snowshoeing and Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-country skiing here dates back to the mid-1850s when famed skier Snowshoe Thompson carried mail across the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Over 160 years later, cross-country skiing still thrives in South Lake Tahoe.

Snowshoeing and Cross-Country Skiing

Sledding & Tubing

There are multiple sledding hills, walkable from your guest room! If you forgot a sled, pick one up at Joe Merchant's on your way out.

Sledding & Tubing


Hike up glacier-carved granite slopes, find hidden waterfalls, top out on summit peaks, and discover alpine meadows painted with wildflowers. Lake Tahoe hiking boasts an extensive network of backcountry hiking trails that is sure to lead to your happy place.

Lake Tahoe Hiking


Experience a thrill as you snowmobile Tahoe and cruise through the powder at your own speed and level of adventure. South Lake Tahoe snowmobile companies offer rides from gentle, circular tracks through meadows with peekaboo lake views, to cruising along the Tahoe Rim trail with expansive views of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra that contrast the glistening white snow against the sapphire blue of the lake.


Lake Tahoe Fishing

Tahoe’s waters are where the California state record Mackinaw was caught, weighing in at a whopping 37 pounds. Book a charter to increase your chances to catch the big one. Explore the many streams, rivers, and alpine lakes to land that trophy fish. From catch n’ release to catch n’ eat, Lake Tahoe and the surrounding waters will provide oodles of fish to catch and even more memories to bring back long after you leave.

Lake Tahoe Fishing

Water Sports

If your idea of fun includes getting wet, you’re in the right place. Lake Tahoe is the perfect spot for paddleboarding, kayaking, waterskiing, and more.

Water Sports

Ice Skating

Enjoy the Heavenly Village Outdoor Ice Skating Rink, located in the middle of the Heavenly Village, surrounded by local shops and restaurants.

Heavenly Village Outdoor Ice Skating Rink


Lake Tahoe boating is a popular hobby around here and there are launch ramps all around the lake to prove it. Explore marinas, boat rentals, boat tours, and more.

Lake Tahoe Boating


Lake Tahoe beaches are gorgeous with amazing high-alpine scenery to match the serious beach scene around the shore. You’ll find miles of sandy beaches throughout Lake Tahoe that cater to every taste.

Lake Tahoe Beaches

Hot Air Balloon Rides

For a truly enchanting experience, take to the skies in a hot air balloon. Marvel at the sunrise or sunset over Lake Tahoe and the surrounding mountains while drifting serenely above the landscape.

Hot Air Balloon Rides

Scenic Drives

Take a leisurely drive around Lake Tahoe, also known as America’s Most Beautiful Drive. At 22 miles long and 12 miles wide, Lake Tahoe is North America’s largest alpine lake. The lake contains enough water to cover the entire state of California to a depth of 14 inches. You can begin your travels at any point along the 72-mile route around the lake.

The Most Beautiful Drive in America

Cultural Exploration

Lake Tahoe has more than its fair share of natural beauty, and when you want to take a piece home with you, stop by some of our favorite art galleries.

Art Galleries in South Lake Tahoe

Family Activities

A glistening turquoise pool stretching for miles. Pine-covered hills to hike. Lake Tahoe is an outdoor playground of epic proportions. And, no matter the season, Lake Tahoe’s abundance of kid-friendly fun will also keep parents blissfully entertained.

Lake Tahoe Family Activities

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