Not A Skier? Not A Problem. Where to Snowshoe This Spring in Tahoe.
(Photo courtesy of Tahoe Snowshoe Tours).
We're pretty sure that with all the new snow in Tahoe that there's going to be a long and sunny spring ahead. And just because you may not be a ski or boarding enthusiast, that does not mean you can't get out and enjoy what will certainly be a spectacular spring season on Lake Tahoe's North Shore and throughout the High Sierra.
To help you get your spring vacation plans organized long before the Easter and Spring Break holidays, we'll suggest that you decide on where you'd like to stay in Incline Village or Crystal Bay. From cozy cabins to lakeside estates, or mountain homes to rent on the North Shore, we have over 80 options that await you and yours for your spring get-a-way. You can take a look at all the options right here.
Next, where to snowshoe on Tahoe's North Shore.
With a little pre-planning, you can probably snowshoe wherever you want to this spring yet to make it easier; we've selected a few of our favorite spots and professional guide services for you to review before heading to the lake this spring.
Most of the larger ski resorts in the region offer snowshoe adventures and equipment as well. This works out as the ideal situation for families or groups who have those who want to spend a full day on the slopes, and others that prefer to trek on snowshoes throughout the day. We always recommend that you dress for the occasion with layered clothing, water and food, and of course - a camera to capture the beauty that awaits you and yours while snowshoeing throughout the High Sierra
PUBLIC PARKS AND RECREATION AREAS
Throughout the winter (and other seasons as well) the Tahoe Rim Trail organization offers a variety of guided tours during the day and also offers a two-day, one-night Winter Snowcamping Course. One of the most popular trailheads is right here in Incline Village so this is our favorite recommendation for our guests who book lodging for their vacation rentals on the north shore of Lake Tahoe.
The North Tahoe Regional Park in Tahoe Vista offers a variety of wintertime recreation options including snowshoeing, snowmobile course, sledding hill concession and cross country skiing when snow and weather conditions permit.
The Tahoe City Winter Sports Park offers cross-country skiing, and ice skating rink, snowshoeing, sledding and a small sled hill for young children, restaurant and bar. They also offer snowshoe rentals with a groomed walking route. Tahoe City Sports Park is a dog-friendly course so don't forget to bring the whole family!
Every Friday through the spring, Tahoe Adventure Company offers a guided tour at sunset. Within this adventure, you'll be provided with snowshoes and a professional guide who will share a variety of information about the area's natural surroundings and treasured history.
From the solitude of Tahoe's back country to the peaks overlooking the Lake, Tahoe Snowshoe Tours will take you on an adventure you will never forget. Be it for the novice or most advanced; they will find the perfect spot for a perfect spring day or night (!) snowshoeing throughout Lake Tahoe. Their list of options include tours from the west shore in Tahoma and Homewood, to Truckee, Tahoe City, and Northstar and Squaw.
No matter where you go, do remember that our staff at Sun Bear Realty and Vacation Rental in Incline Village, NV is always ready to help you with your needs for a Tahoe vacation rental, long-term rental in Incline or Reno, or real estate assistance throughout Northern Nevada.