Lake Tahoe winter sunset with chairs

North Lake Tahoe

52 Weeks In North Lake Tahoe

Rightfully described as the crown jewel of the Sierra Nevada, North Lake Tahoe has long captured the imagination and captivated the spirits of visitors and locals alike.

Home to vistas that display breathtaking panoramic views, a seemingly endless horizon of sapphire-blue water, and no shortage of resorts that serve up the best in the region’s lodging, food and beverage, North Lake Tahoe is a place to fall in love with every week of the year.

Whether you’re a first-time visitor to North Lake Tahoe or regularly retreat to this stunning alpine lake, 2020 is the perfect time to try new adventures in the region. That’s why, in celebration of all that makes North Lake Tahoe one of the most special places in the world, we’ve put together a comprehensive adventure guide to our region—with exciting journeys (big and small) to enjoy every week of 2020.

Check out our guide to spending 2020’s 52 weeks in North Lake Tahoe, and share your adventures with us this year using #TahoeNorth!


Take advantage of the cool weather by kicking off the year during Learn to Ski and Snowboard month in January. Photo courtesy of Diamond Peak.


Enjoy romance and escapism in the month of February at North Lake Tahoe’s countless resorts and fine dining experiences. Photo courtesy of The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe.


As temperatures start rising, spring is the perfect time to try nordic skiing.


As summer approaches, even more sporting and adventure opportunities emerge—like treetop rope courses! Photo courtesy of Treetop Adventure Courses.


May is the perfect month for dual days at North Lake Tahoe, where you can experience mountaintop snow and beachside sunshine. Photo courtesy of Ryan Salm.


Shopping, fitness, mental wellness and mini-golf characterize good times to be had at North Lake Tahoe in June. Photo courtesy of Ryan Salm.


Wellness takes center-stage in July, with Wanderlust Festival at Squaw Valley. Music, fireworks and more are also prominent this month. Photo courtesy of Ali Kaukus.


Peak temperatures make beachside play ideal in August, while the region’s cultural offerings mean there’s plenty of other diverse activities to enjoy as well. 


Soak up the last beach days of the summer and prepare for tests of might at the Spartan Race. Photo courtesy of Ryan Salm.


Fall, like every season in Tahoe, is a time of immense beauty ripe for exploration. Photo courtesy of Ryan Salm.


Fall adventures continue in November, even as the region begins the transition to a winter wonderland.


There’s no place like North Lake Tahoe during the holidays. Photo courtesy of Northstar California.

The possibilities for North Lake Tahoe adventure are endless, and there’s a special memory to be made each week for everyone. Feeling inspired? Let us know what adventures you try out this year by instagramming or tweeting the hashtag #TahoeNorth, and cheers to a new year of new adventures!