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Lake Tahoe Summer

Planning a summer vacation to Tahoe? Between the 15 mountain resorts surrounding this 1,645-foot deep lake that crosses the California Nevada border, there's no shortage of summertime mountain activities, from camping, hiking and mountain biking to disc golf. The second deepest lake in the United States, mountain travelers bound for Tahoe in the summer months also have a bevy of beaches and on-lake activities in and around North America's largest alpine lake, with more than 70 miles of shoreline.

Although Lake Tahoe is comprised of many regions, the area is generally divided into South Lake Tahoe and North Lake Tahoe. While most of the ski resorts reside up north, including Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows and Northstar, the south side is home to Heavenly, Kirkwood and Sierra-at-Tahoe, and both host an abundance of campgrounds.

Sugar Bowl Runs Kids Summer Camps In July

Kids get to explore the outdoors with summer day camps at Sugar Bowl. Full Article

D'Andrea Golf Club

(775-331-6363; http://www.dandreagolf.com) 2900 D'Andrea Parkway, Sparks, NV. Practice facility including driving range, putting green, short game area, and PGA professional instruction. Clubhouse with private dining room, banquet facility, outdoor events lawn, snack bar, beverage cart service, l...

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See Tahoe From 9,000 Feet

The six-person gondola at Heavenly (775-586-7000) rises 3,000 feet from casino-hotel nexus of South Lake Tahoe to the Tahoe rim at the 9,123-foot elevation. There's a 14,000-square-foot observation platform that provides knockout views of both the Tahoe Basin and the arid Carson Valley to the east.

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  • Coyote Moon Golf Course at Lake Tahoe

    (530-587-0886; www.coyotemoongolf.com) 10685 Northwoods Boulevard, Truckee, CA. Course designer Brad Bell, a former PGA player, combined the course's natural setting with a challenging game of golf. Play among towering pine trees, granite outcroppings, Trout Creek, all the while surrounded by the Sierra Mountains. Full Article

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  • Cruise Lake Tahoe In Style

    Against a backdrop of towering mountains, why not try a leisurely paddlewheel cruise around the lake? Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Edgewood Tahoe

    (775-588-3566; http://www.edgewoodtahoe.com) Lake Parkway, Stateline, NV 89449. Designed by George Fazio, Edgewood Tahoe opened in 1968 and quickly started attracting attention. Rated by Golf Digest Magazine as one of "America's Top Golf Courses," this challenging but fair-minded course is suitable for all ability levels and plays from 5567 yards to a demanding 7445 yard test of golf. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • D'Andrea Golf Club

    (775-331-6363; http://www.dandreagolf.com) 2900 D'Andrea Parkway, Sparks, NV. Practice facility including driving range, putting green, short game area, and PGA professional instruction. Clubhouse with private dining room, banquet facility, outdoor events lawn, snack bar, beverage cart service, locker rooms, and private club storage. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • See Tahoe From 9,000 Feet

    The six-person gondola at Heavenly (775-586-7000) rises 3,000 feet from casino-hotel nexus of South Lake Tahoe to the Tahoe rim at the 9,123-foot elevation. There's a 14,000-square-foot observation platform that provides knockout views of both the Tahoe Basin and the arid Carson Valley to the east. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Biking Around Lake Tahoe

    The Lake is ringed by 76 miles of paved public highway, with about half that distance segregated by bike lanes. There are also hundreds of miles of unpaved Forest Service roads in the Tahoe basin suitable for mountain biking. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club

    (800-332-4295 or 530-836-0394; http://www.golfwhitehawk.com) 768 Whitehawk Dr., Clio, CA. Full golf shop with fitting and repairs, practice facility with driving range and chipping/putting green, snackbar, and cabins. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • ArrowCreek Country Club

    (775-850-4653; http://www.arrowcreekcc.com) 2905 ArrowCreek Parkway, Reno NV. Member's grill, locker rooms with steam and massage, golf shop, formal dining, conference facilities. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Wildcreek Golf Course

    (775-673-3100) 3500 Sullivan Ln., Sparks, NV. Driving range, practice chipping/putting greens, full service shop, PGA professional instructors, clubhouse, restaurant, lounge, BBQ area, meeting room. 18-hole/par 72 championship course with 4 skill levels, 9-hole executive course. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Nakoma Golf Course

    (877-462-5662 or 530-832-5067; www.nakomagolfresort.com) 348 Bear Run, Clio, CA. Driving range, putting course, golf shop, clubhouse, spa villas. Situated in the tall pines of the high Sierra, this 18-hole/par 72 championship course features variable levels of difficulty (yardages from 4,611 to 7,075, and slope from 123 to 147) and was designed by Robin Nelson. Full Article

    1st May 2009

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