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South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
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Activities Near Our Heavenly Village Hotel

Explore. No, dig in! Dig in—like there's no tomorrow–to all that Tahoe South has to offer. Natural scenery that borders on the ridiculously beautiful, coupled with night life that doesn't quit. World class casinos with big name entertainment, luxury spas and top-notch restaurants.

No matter the season, there are many fun things to do in Lake Tahoe. Summer promises legendary, heart-pounding downhill single track and bike paths for social spins. Hike your heart out, get your bootie in a boat or to a beach. Which beach? Well, there are beaches with restaurants, with marinas and water toys, beaches with live music that beg for a sunset bbq and secluded ones that whisper quiet relaxation in the sun. All with views of spectacular Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada's. Speaking of views, get a bird's eye view from a paddlewheel boat or a gondola car. Navigate one of the Epic Adventure ropes courses or zoom down a zip line.

Every good get-away deserves a serious-or not so serious-shopping spree. With a plethora of distinctive gear shops, unique boutiques and brand basics, you can get it, sport it, wear it, use it while you're here. And it goes without mentioning (ok, we will anyway), that Tahoe South breeds some heavy-hitting artists and artisans and you'll find your favorites in galleries galore.

Did someone say history? Check it out, all over the place. From Zephyr Cove Resort, built in 1900 in response to the Comstock silver mining boom to Camp Richardson Resort offering city-folk a lake front retreat since 1924, to Vikingsholm Castle, another grand estate of the 1920's, we can tell a story or two about life at the Lake in yesteryear.

You may have to go home to rest but come back for winter. And rest assured that even in winter we don't roll up the sidewalks at sundown. Ski and ride the real-deal big mountains like Heavenly Mountain Resort, Kirkwood Resort and Sierra-at-Tahoe, then check out how Tahoe South interprets après ski—it's a whole new language you're going to want to learn. On your winter trip, don't forget to squeeze in sledding, sleigh rides, snowshoeing, snowmobiling or just some sliding around on some ice on some skates.

Of course you're young at heart, but what about your young heart kids? Family-friendly is Tahoe South's middle name, so arcades to helicopters we have a long list and days full for families.

Hike up glacier-carved granite slopes, find hidden waterfalls , and discover alpine meadows painted with wildflowers. The South Lake Tahoe region is crossed with an extensive network of backcountry hiking trails that is sure to lead you to your happy place.

You could spend a week backpacking through Desolation Wilderness , or just go day tripping with a picnic. Lake Tahoe has hiking trails for the hardcore and weekend warrior alike. You could even get your forest cowboy on, with lots of equestrian trails, including the 165 mile Tahoe Rim Trail .

In winter, show cold who's boss by strapping on some snowshoes and clambering up the same trails. You'll be rewarded with snowy solitude and breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe at its most serene.

In case you didn't know, there's a lake up here. A big lake.

We know—how unexpected. A beautiful, clear lake that you can splash around into your heart's content, along with plenty of other activities.

At South Lake Tahoe you could water ski, perhaps reenacting the infamous Fonzie-jumping-the-shark episode of Happy Days. Or be a little more X-Games-y and try wakeboarding. Maybe take a standup paddle boarding lesson and glide across the lake's surface with dignity.

Or take the opportunity to play that “I'm on a Boat” song and climb aboard a kayak, sailboat, or historic paddlewheeler for a sunset cruise. If that sounds utterly sleep-inducing, may we suggest hopping on a speed boat at Zephyr Cove? You're guaranteed to terrify and delight any small children aboard as you go fast enough to make your lips flap in the breeze.

Not predatory enough? Go fishing ! With visibility to 75 feet below its surface, Lake Tahoe is home to more fish than you can shake a pole at. Just be on the lookout for Tahoe Tessie—the dragon-dinosaur that is rumored to swim in Tahoe's depths. ‘Cause if you see her, you'll have one awesome “one that got away” story.

Whatever kind of aquatic adventure you embark on, finish up with a South Lake Tahoe tradition: tacos at Regan beach. If anyone looks at you funny when you're stuffing tacos in your mouth, just nod your head sagely and tell them “it's restorative.”

There are perfect days in Tahoe South and then there are more perfect days.

This one could start with a sport fishing adventure, bright and early in the morning on a quest for local inhabitants including Brown and Rainbow Tahoe Trout, Mackinaw and Kokanee Salmon. Several outfitters, steeped in fish stories, history and some secret spots that will almost guarantee success, are available to make this a true Lake Tahoe adventure. Teeming nearby streams and rivers will get your heart—and your line–jumping and several local restaurants will gladly turn your trophy into dinner prepared to your liking.


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