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Lake Tahoe In Summer: Things You Can Do And Places You Can Go To

Lake Tahoe In Summer: Things You Can Do And Places You Can Go To

Nestled in the southernmost region of Lake Tahoe, South Lake Tahoe is known for its surreal views, amazing beaches, world class dining, A list entertainment and unbridled nature.

This destination is popular among skiers and snowboarders. Not only the colder months but summers here are mesmerizing too. The crystal clear blue waters and tons of outdoor activities make Lake Tahoe the perfect spot for you to spend your summers at. Due to the panoramic views, this place has to offer, south lake Tahoe wedding venues are highly preferred due to the amazing dynamics of nature.

A lot of people choose to drive on this amazing road trip to Lake Tahoe. If you’re not on a road trip then the best way to get to Lake Tahoe is to fly into Reno and then rent a car. You can drive from Reno and reach Lake Tahoe in about an hour. If you don’t plan on driving then you can easily opt for taxis plus Uber or Lyft. Also available an airport shuttle from Reno to South Lake Tahoe

How to get around Lake Tahoe?

There is so much to explore in Lake Tahoe. However, the public transportation there is quite limited which is why we recommend renting a car. However, if you prefer to avoid driving many hotels provide shuttle service with taxi’s and uber readily available.

Emerald Bay

Emerald Bay is located just twelve miles north of South Lake Tahoe. The Emerald Bay state park is one of the most stunning blessings of nature. The oasis of clear blue waters and surreal vantage points will leave you awestruck. A lot of tourists also come here for hiking as it has one of the best hiking trails in the region. If you are fond of hiking then you can check out the Cascade fall trail which is a 40-minute hike. The entire route will leave you stunned with the beautiful scenery and the gorgeous waterfalls.

High Mountain Weddings has a special permit from the California State Parks to perform wedding ceremonies at a hidden spot overlooking Emerald Bay. This view is perfect for elopements or up to 25 guests.

East Shore

When you take a trip to Lake Tahoe, driving up the east shoreline is going to be the most memorable part of your trip. As you drive along the gorgeous beaches, glassy waters, trees, and mountains- the entire road trip will be a fest for your eyes. You can stop at Sand Harbor where you will find crystal clear waters and cool rock formations. Click a few pictures there, go for a swim or hop on your kayak. Bonsai Rock is yet another spectacular spot worth checking out. This site is known for the uniquely shaped boulder with trees growing out of it. You will find stunning views everywhere so make sure to carry your camera gear.

D.L. Bliss state park

This unbelievably beautiful park on Lake Tahoe’s west shore is just what you can imagine of a fairytale land. This place is made of silky sand beaches and hiking trails that give the tourists a better view of the sunsets. If you want to avoid the midday rush you can come here early morning or enjoy the serene sunrise. You can also check out the Rubicon Trail which will give you unparalleled views of the entire lake.

Ride the Heavenly Gondola

Known to be one of the largest ski resorts on the continent. Despite being a ski resort, this place looks equally beautiful during summer time. The best view of the south lake Tahoe simply hops on the gondola. All you need to do is make the first stop which is 9,123 feet high which will give you an unreal shot of the lake.

Due to the spectacular views this destination offers, a lot of love birds prefer getting married here. If you are interested in this fairy tail wedding venue make sure that you check out the Lake Tahoe wedding package. High Mountain Weddings provides a wonderful stress free all inclusive wedding or elopement package.

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