Crisp mountain air. Vibrant fall colors. Smaller crowds with endless room to spread out. Did we mention smaller crowds?
Fall is Tahoe’s best kept secret. The weather has cooled off just enough to enjoy spending more time outdoors, and the changing scenery provides you with the most stunning backdrop for all your outdoor adventure and rejuvenation this season.
So come reconnect with nature, lift your spirits, and make awesome memories with the ones you love in North Lake Tahoe this fall.
With endless trails available for all ages and skill levels, hike up a mountain or along the lake’s crystal blue shoreline, go for a rugged bike ride through the dense forest, or discover nature in a whole new way on an adrenaline-inducing zip line.
Take in Lake Tahoe from the water’s point of view. From an epic sunrise kayak or SUP session to a sunset dinner cruise or even just a relaxing day of good old-fashioned fishing, there’s no shortage of water activities in Lake Tahoe.
Bites and Brews
All that adventure will no doubt work up your appetite—and thirst! Choose between casual or refined dining options, or find a local watering hole along the famed Ale Trail—all of which now offer outdoor seating.
Know Before You Go
Be sure to stay informed on county health ordinances as well as local weather conditions, which may vary often.
For your ultimate health and well-being, check out this covid-friendly fall itinerary, which will help you plan out your Tahoe trip safely without cutting into any of the fall fun!
Book a stay at either of our Tahoe area resorts, Red Wolf Lodge at Olympic Valley or Olympic Village Inn.
As drive-up resorts located on the more remote north end of the lake, these properties’ natural open spaces allow for optimal distancing.
They’ve implemented rigorous cleaning and sanitation policies as well as contactless check-in and out, and they also offer generous cancellation options for your total peace of mind.
See you out near Tahoe this fall!