The Lake Tahoe Mountain region is graced by a downpour of snow in spring. Explore Kirkwood, Northstar, and Heavenly mountains for unforgettable experiences in the snow regardless of your level of skill.
Explore Lake Tahoe on a paddle wheeler and enjoy breathtaking views and picturesque landscapes of Emerald Bay. Take the scenic daytime cruise or choose the sunset cruise for scrumptious meals and epic sunsets.
The blue waters of Lake Tahoe provide numerous water activities, including windsurfing, kayaking, swimming, and fishing that make spring break in Lake Tahoe memorable. Rent a paddleboat or kayak, or swim in the refreshing waters. Explore rock gardens at Speed Boat Beach or work on your tan at King's Beach.
Explore the Sierra Nevada Mountains through magnificent hiking trails such as Eagle Falls. Walk the lushly covered mountains as you take in the fresh air with occasional stops to snap some photos along the scenic routes.
The Sierra Nevada Mountains have no shortage of natural hot springs. After an active day spent hiking or surfing, indulge in an outdoor soak at Grover or Carson hot springs as they bubble with steaming water- a perfect way to unwind.