Lake Tahoe is the best-known place for skiing. The first ski area was officially opened in 1910. Lake Tahoe has served as a vacation destination for family vacations for over a decade. The lake is surrounded by the Sierra Nevada Mountain range giving the place an appealing appearance. Standing on the mountains, one can have a view of the beautiful cobalt waters in the lake. The lake was formed 25 million years ago, and it is 1,645 feet deep making it the second deepest lake in the United States. It is ranked the tenth world regarding depth, and it is also among the lakes with the clearest waters.
Lake Tahoe has some of the best resorts to go for a vacation. The place is full of exciting activities ranging from skiing to other summer and winter and summer activities. Lake Tahoe has the best resorts in your holiday destination. Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows are among the top ranked resorts.
Squaw Valley is known as one of the best ski resorts in Lake Tahoe. It also hosted the Winter Olympics that were held in 1960. The view of the lake’s translucent waters reflects the high spirit of its outdoor adventure. Squaw Valley was voted the America’s best resort for 2016. The resort has excellent terrains that are suited for all ages as well as skiing and snowboarding levels. It is also the largest ski areas in the United States. It is the host for several annual summer events. Accomplished yoga trainers, as well as famous musicians, are invited to perform every July. An array of concerts together with beer and wine events such as Brews and Funk Fest are common during summer celebrations. The resort experiences an annual snowfall that surpasses 500 inches.
Alpine Meadows resort is located between Truckee and Tahoe City. The resort provides families thrill-seekers the best place for skiing and other fun activities. The skiing and riding experience at the resort is of its kind. Alpine Meadows also has the best lodges that have a chalet-like style backed with an approachable hospitality. The resort provides an exciting challenge to any level of a skier. The place is full of adventure with the more than 2,400 acres land for skiers. Most individuals who have gone to the resort have given testimonials on how they enjoyed their stay in the resort. In 2011, Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows were merged making the two iconic North Tahoe Ski Resorts a lifetime destination for vacations.