Take a look inside this 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1,815 square foot A-Frame Tahoe cabin that is nestled in the trees, perfect for your summer getaway or your ski chalet. With a conservancy lot next door, you can relish the comfort of knowing the forest will remain. This mountain retreat offers 1,800 plus square feet of living space that includes a cool loft area for additional living space, office, or game room. There is loads of deck space too, you can enjoy spacious comfort inside or out. Nothing is holding you back from putting yourself in Tahoe and creating the mountain vibe you’ve always imagined by seeing the potential to mix things up with this choice classic.
Lake Tahoe is an international destination famous for a long ski season and an equally rewarding recreational summer at the lake, and the truly Californian chance to do both on the same day. Depending on the time of year, you can ski in the morning and kayak in the afternoon, or snowshoe in the backcountry, and then have a warm picnic on the sandy shores. South Lake Tahoe refers to the California resort city on the southern end of the lake which also touches Nevada. You’ll be deep in the Sierra Nevada with alpine views and good, clean fun, and the opportunity to place some bets in Reno if that’s your thing.
Lake Tahoe’s South Shore has plenty to offer, with natural scenery coupled with non-stop nightlife. Big-name entertainment on the edge of sandy beaches. That’s just the beginning of things to do in Lake Tahoe. When it comes to things to do in Lake Tahoe’s South Shore, you can shred down the mountain from 10,067 feet at Heavenly Mountain Resort’s peak or you can dive into the depths of Lake Tahoe. It’s more than 1,600 feet deep, making it one of the deepest lakes in North America. Needless to say, there are plenty of things to do in Lake Tahoe above and below the surface.
Winter in Lake Tahoe is filled with exciting events, gorgeous weather, and enough winter activities to keep the whole crew happy. If you like powder skiing and snowboarding, sipping craft beers and cocktails fireside, ice-skating and sledding with the kids, and all things snow, a Lake Tahoe winter trip is your ticket to paradise. You’ll want to grab your gear and layer up, with so many things to do in Lake Tahoe in winter, your upcoming vacation getaway is going to be jam-packed.
There’s a lot of history at Lake Tahoe. While you take in the modern amenities, you can soak in the Lake Tahoe area the way Mark Twain did. From Zephyr Cove Resort, built-in 1900 in response to the Comstock silver mining boom to Camp Richardson Resort offering city-folk a lakefront retreat since 1924, to Vikingsholm Castle, another grand estate of the 1920s, can tell a story or two about life at the Lake in yesteryear. The location is peaceful and close to Yosemite. The A-Frame cabin is spacious and relaxing