While Lake Tahoe is already filled with endless summer fun in the forms of hiking, biking, fishing, boating, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, and so much more, take your summer in Tahoe to the next level with these unique and unforgettable adventures!
Take it All in From a Balloon
What could possibly be more beautiful than being among the thick pines by the crystal blue waters of stunning Lake Tahoe? Seeing it all from high above ground in a hot air balloon! Lake Tahoe Balloons offers a spectacular way to experience Lake Tahoe. Take in aerial views of Emerald Bay, Fallen Leaf Lake, Desolation Wilderness, and if you’re lucky, even Yosemite over 150 miles away!
Be a Rock Climber for a Day
Take your Tahoe adventures to new heights by becoming a rock climber for a day with Lake Tahoe Via Ferrata! Explore the area’s most iconic rock by scaling the 1,000-foot rock face on an adrenaline-pumping yet completely safe adventure that allows you to experience the thrill of climbing a big face while taking in stunning views of the Olympic Valley and surrounding Sierras.
Go Treasure Hunting in Truckee
A short drive from Lake Tahoe’s North Shore lies the charming mountain town of Truckee. Historically a logging community and major railroad construction site, the community has since morphed into an artistic hub and foodie haven comprised of quaint cafes and breweries, shops, and art galleries. Go for a bike ride alongside the Truckee River then reward yourself with brews and bites at Truckee Brewing Company.
Recover from your adrenaline rush by relaxing at Red Wolf Lodge at Olympic Valley, located on Tahoe’s beautiful north shore and close by all the adventure and fun!
In September of 2021 the ski resort formerly known as Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows announced a new name. The ski resort is now known as Palisades Tahoe. We support the efforts of the ski resort to respect the heritage of the local indigenous people as the reason behind the name change. Just as the resort is working to update every use of the name, so are we. Content published on our website prior to the name change is being refreshed, however you may find instances of the previous name.