Fun Things to Do in Lake Tahoe Nevada

Fun Things to Do in Lake Tahoe Nevada
Lake Tahoe, on the border between California and Nevada, offers abundant outdoor activities to enjoy--from hiking the area's many trails to watersports, snowsports, sightseeing, or just relaxing on the lake's beachfront. If you enjoy the outdoors, then visit Lake Tahoe for plenty of fun activities in a beautiful mountain setting.

Tahoe Photographic Tour

Take photographs of one of the most beautiful places on earth when you book a tour with Tahoe Photographic Tours. The tour will take you to some of the most scenic locations of Lake Tahoe where you will be given information on the history of the area by your tour guide, Keith Price, who has been giving these tours for several years. Known for his amazing photographs of the Lake Tahoe region and his dedication to preserving the environment in its natural state, Keith will show you the best areas for taking your own pictures. You will be given plenty of opportunity to photograph the beautiful landscape and wildlife of Lake Tahoe.

Tahoe Photographic Tour
3106 Egret Way
Lake Tahoe, NV 96150
(530) 577-5264

High Sierra Water Ski School

Whether you are a novice wanting to learn how to waterski or a professional who just needs to rent some equipment for a day on the lake, the High Sierra Water Ski School will take care of your needs. Lessons are offered here for waterskiing, wakeboarding, wakesurfing and even wakekiting. If you want to rent equipment, you can get everything from power boats to kayaks, canoes and more. If you would want to get out on the lake but have never driven a boat, charter one from High Sierra and one of its staff members will do the driving while you enjoy your outing on Lake Tahoe. The staff members are certified and licensed by the Coast Guard and the American Water Ski Association, and provide you with expert assistance and training.

High Sierra Water Ski School
Sunnyside Restaurant, Lodge & Marina
1850 West Lake Blvd.
Tahoe City, Ca 96145
(530) 583-7417

Tahoe Rim Trail Hike

Hike one of the most picturesque trails in Lake Tahoe--the Tahoe Rim Trail. Winding more than 165 miles around the perimeter of the lake, this trail crosses through two states and three national forests. The entire Tahoe Rim Trail is made up of fourteen smaller trails, each about a day's hike. You can camp in the area if you want to do longer hikes. The Tahoe Rim Trail is filled with many native wildflowers and vegetation to enjoy. To avoid the possibility of dealing with a great deal of snow, the optimum months for hiking the Tahoe Rim Trails are August and September.


Article Written By Carl Pruit

Carl Pruit has been a freelance writer since 2005, specializing in service journalism and travel. His work has appeared on various websites. Born and raised in California, Pruit attended Contra Costa Community College in San Pablo, Calif. and received an associate degree in the administration of justice.

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