The Best of California Ski ResortsJuly 5, 2016 - Author: steph - No Comments
Are you looking for a great place to go on vacation this winter? If so, look no further than Lake Tahoe. Lake Tahoe is one of the biggest freshwater lakes in the United States, and it is located within the Sierra Nevada mountains between Nevada and California. It is one of the biggest freshwater lakes in the United States, but it is actually the number one largest alpine lake in the entirety of North America. It is also the second deepest lake in the United States.
Many people venture to Lake Tahoe each year to experience its beauty and to get away from the city. Indeed, Lake Tahoe is a wonderful getaway for people from all backgrounds and of all ages. Families love to go to Lake Tahoe for a wonderful wholesome vacation in the great outdoors, and couples will love this area for its romantic qualities and solitude.
If you’re ready to plan your trip to the Lake Tahoe area in California, you’ll be looking for a place to stay. There are many choices in this area, but it all comes down to what skiing resorts are the best. To most people who know the area well, Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows are the best ski resorts in Lake Tahoe.
You might remember Squaw Valley as the site of the Olympics in 1960, and Alpine Meadows Ski Resort is extremely popular as well. Both ski resorts offer beautiful rooms with excellent views of Lake Tahoe and the surrounding Sierra Nevada mountains. They also come with many activities that you can do in the area.
Of course, the most famous activity for those venturing to Lake Tahoe is skiing. Downhill skiing is the best at these resorts because there are runs for everyone. Beginners and even intermediate skiers will be able to find runs that they feel comfortable on. And those interested in the more exciting challenges will find many opportunities for fun as well. Alpine Meadows itself has more then 2400 acres with over 100 trails spread among the area. It’s a great place to go and experience the outdoors and the beauty of Lake Tahoe.
If you don’t want to ski or if you want activities to do when you aren’t skiing, they are many other ways to enjoy the nature of the area too. Try hiking or go on a dog sledding tour to enjoy the scenery and get some exercise. Regardless of how you experience it, you’ll love Lake Tahoe.