Posted on 2/21/2023

Looking for Adventure, Excitement, and Relaxation During Your Spring Break in Lake Tahoe?

Spring in the High Sierra is certainly something to celebrate! During spring break in Lake Tahoe, you can enjoy the sunshine, longer days, sundecks, live music, killer events, and so much more. With so many exciting activities on and off the slopes, you couldn't ask for a better spring break destination! Ready to experience spring break on the slopes?

Top 5 Activities for Spring Break in Lake Tahoe

1. Hit the ski slopes
If you are a fan of bluebird days, freshly groomed slopes, and goggle tans, North Lake Tahoe is the place for your spring vacation. With mild temperatures, you can pack light and soak up the sun while hitting the slopes. North Lake Tahoe is home to multiple ski resorts, from Palisades Tahoe, known as the Spring Skiing Capital, to Northstar California, known for its family-friendly terrain and events. There is something for every level of skier!

*Local tip: staying in Tahoe City gives you easy access to the slopes at Palisades Tahoe, check out our Tahoe City homes!

2. Take a Snowmobile Tour

Escape the hustle and bustle and explore the backcountry of Lake Tahoe on a snowmobile tour. Find yourself traversing the mountainside and adventuring to places where you can connect with nature. Snowmobile tours are great for the whole family and can accommodate any level of rider. So skip the slopes for a day and explore more of what Tahoe has to offer.

*Local tip: start yourself off with a big breakfast to fuel your fun-filled day.  We have homes that are within walking distance of restaurants to make your morning quick and easy! 

3. Spring Events

If you make your spring break escape to North Lake Tahoe in early March, be sure to attend the Kings Beach Snowfest Parade. Experience our area's local culture with an epic day of contests, costumes, floats, live music, and so much more! Or check out WinterWonderGrass, which showcases some of the best bluegrass bands accompanied by local breweries and other family-friendly fun surrounded by the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains in Palisades Tahoe! Make sure you get your tickets in advance because they always sell out.

*Local tip: Plan ahead and book tickets for big events.  Parking is limited in our mountain community so try to carpool, use local transportation, or check out the TART Connect

4. Unbeatable Après

Not only is Tahoe known for its world-renowned ski slopes and unique views, but the local Tahoe cuisine is another thing you will want to indulge in. Tahoe has unbeatable après options with amazing sun decks, live music, great views, and even better specials. So experience the yummier side of Tahoe and check out the unbeatable après es options in North Lake Tahoe.

*Local tip: Après is always a fun time but be responsible and have a safe ride home or book one of our homes within walking distance to all of the fun!

5. Relaxation & Rejuvenation

Tahoe is known for its health and wellness take on things. So after a busy day exploring the area, there are countless ways to relax and rejuvenate your body. Enjoy a relaxing lakefront massage at Light House Spa, rent a private sauna for the evening through our partners at Lost Sauna Co, or simply escape the day-to-day and become one with nature on a snowshoe tour in the backcountry. Self-care is a must, and doing so in Lake Tahoe is an experience in itself.

*Local tip: Book one of our homes with a private hot tub to relax in after a long day of exploring.

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