Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing

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Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing

Cross-country skiing returns to Spooner Lake State Park

Spooner Lake State Park now offers a system of meandering cross-country ski trails that wind through dense forest, across an open meadow and along...

Meiss Meadows gateway to adventure

This banner year for snowfall aside, usually by mid-March the quality of the white stuff around Lake Tahoe transitions to spring-like conditions. With warming...

Snowshoeing with the kids

One of the easiest ways to explore Tahoe in the winter is by simply going for a walk. Of course, in winter, that usually...

Sugar Bowl extends ski season

Sugar Bowl Ski Resort has been to the growing list of Tahoe ski resorts extending its 2018-19 winter season due to the epic snowfall...

Snowshoe with a view | Boyles Rock and Cinder Cone

When snow conditions at lake level are good, moderate to advanced snowshoers may enjoy the steady ascent to Boyles Cross and beyond to the...

Moonlit Snowshoe Tour & Dinner

When the mountain has closed for the evening and a winter moon has risen, participants are invited to experience a snowshoe tour to the...

Snowshoe through Tahoe National Forest

For a guided snowshoe tour through the beauty of Tahoe National Forest, meet at Clair Tappaan Lodge on Saturdays in February and March. The...

Olympic Heritage Trail groomed and open

Cross-country skiers can follow the Olympic Heritage Trail, which is groomed every Monday and Friday, as conditions allow, as part of the trail system...