Spring Break in Lake Tahoe

While spring breakers flock to the beaches, visiting Lake Tahoe can be a great alternative for all demographics. Although the area has been a spring break destination for year, this time of year attracts milder crowd sizes while still boasting a multitude of activities.

After years of consecutive drought conditions, the Sierra’s have been blanketed with snow. All good news here, but perhaps best of all is the spring skiing that is quickly upon us. Some mountain enthusiasts live for powder days while others are eager for a warm, sunny, spring ski. To each his own, but their is no denying that an itinerary of spring skiing will provide a memorable break.

If not planning to take on the slopes, Tahoe delivers breathtaking view that must be devoured at any time of the year. Did we mention deck dining at local restaurants opening up? Indulging in some of the areas diverse restaurants often come with a memorable, and sometime distracting view. Some of our favorite restaurants include Gar Woods, Sunnyside and Jakes on the Lake. After fueling up, stroll through the shops of downtown Tahoe City, take in a crafting class at Truckee’s Atelier or ride the tram up to Squaw Valley’s high camp for some ice-skating.

For those looking for a little more pep in their spring break, a quick hop over the state line into Nevada will give nightlife goers a taste of the casino life and possibly win big while on vacation.

And finally, not to forget about our own offerings, Tahoe Adventure Company proudly provides outdoor activities for all seasons. Early spring activities can include scenic snowshoeing with high-altitude views. As things warm up in late spring, join us on dryer ground with fully guided hiking or biking in areas where the snow has receded.

Give us a call at (530)913-9212 to help plan you next spring break full of adventure.