Friday, November 27, 2015

Sporting Adventure on a Lake Tahoe Vacation (part 1 of 2)

Aside from just being a serene and natural environment, sporting adventure in a lake tahoe vacation is as challenging as any world-class sporting destination.

Considering that much of the area surrounding Lake Tahoe area is devoted to the tourism industry, there are a lot of fine restaurants, camping lodges and, of course, ski slopes and water sport venues.

During the ski season, thousands of people flock to Lake Tahoe from all over Nevada and California, including Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco.

The ski slopes overlooking Lake Tahoe offer some of the best skiing spots in the world.

Aside from its panoramic beauty and breathtaking scenery, Lake Tahoe, is well known for its snow blizzards, responsible for making humanly challenging ski paths and snow obstacles for the sport of skiing.

Among the major ski areas in Tahoe include the Heavenly Mountain Resort, which is  the largest ski area in California and Nevada, located near Stateline.

Another one is Squaw Valley, which is the second largest ski area in the Tahoe area, known for its hosting of the 1960 Winter Olympics and is located near Tahoe City

The Alpine Meadows is a medium- sized ski area located on the north shore a few miles away from Squaw Valley.

There’s also Diamond Peak,  a small ski area located at Incline Village, Nevada.

For novice, amateur and pre-professional skiers, there is the Northstar at Tahoe, which a popular north shore ski area.

Another one is the Kirkwood Mountain Resort, a south shore ski area, known for getting more snow than any other ski area in Tahoe.

Among the other very challenging ski spots, there’s the Sierra-at-Tahoe, a small south shore ski area.

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