Flat Water Paddling in Lake Tahoe, CA
About Lake Tahoe Flat Water Paddling
RootsRated explores the best flatwater paddling in Lake Tahoe. From mellow rivers to lakes that stretch to the horizon, let our experts help you find the perfect place to paddle. Our destinations are chosen by outdoors experts who live and play in Lake Tahoe, so you’re sure to find the top adventures and maybe even a few local secrets!
Paddle this Sierra lake with lots of fun coves explore and sights to take in.
SUP, Kayak or Canoe the sparkling waters of Donner Lake, located in the heart of the Sierra and surrounded by pristine views.
A 72 mile tour of Lake Tahoe with 11 campsites -- there may be no better way to see the lake!
Paddle the sparkling blue waters of Fallen Leaf Lake and take in panoramic views of the Sierra mountains.
November might be the best time of year in Lake Tahoe. Gone are the bumper to bumper lines of traffic, the crowded trailhead parking lots and hour long waits for a simple meal, and the mercilessly packed aisles of the grocery store.
November in Tahoe is full of adventure, not crowds.
Mountain bike these Tahoe trails for a perfect end to the season.
Season passes are no easy investment, often costing up to an entire paycheck. Their value, however, pays off in the long run. Here, a quick guide to some of the best ski pass deals in Tahoe
Winter at Tahoe's ski resorts may steal the seasonal spotlight, but visiting Lake Tahoe in fall means hiking amidst a riot of color. Here, a few of our favorites.
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