Things to Do Around Tahoe in Fall & Spring
Many people view the Lake Tahoe area as a great winter time ski destination, others see it as a summer vacation haven; as locals, we know that Tahoe is great in ALL seasons, especially spring and fall! Filled with beautiful colors and great deals on lodging, spring, and fall, the shoulder seasons in Tahoe offer guests a less crowded experience so you can get the most out of your mountain vacation whether you are exploring outside or shopping and dining in town!
During the Springtime, visitors can take advantage of great spring skiing conditions are our local ski resorts. After skiing, they can enjoy great weather for sitting outside on the porch of a lakefront vacation rental or go for a scenic hike filled with wildflowers!
During the Fall, the temperatures begin to get crisp and the leaves start to change. One of our favorite places to observe fall colors is Page Meadows. The series of meadows is located about two miles from Tahoe City between Alpine Peaks and Talmont Estates. Each meadow has a different orientation to the sun, so you get several weeks of peak viewing. When one side of the meadow might just be reaching the peak of color, on the other side the aspen leaves are still green.
Best Spring & Fall Activities and Attractions
With so many things to do in spring and fall, we thought we’d highlight some of our favorite popular events and things to do in the area if you are visiting during these times. From leaf peeping to adventurous bike rides and relaxing spa treatments, we have it all in Lake Tahoe!