Tahoe Itinerary

 

A Local’s Suggestions on Things To Do:

Hiking & Biking:

  • Eagle Lake & Eagle Falls - a beginner-friendly 2 mile roundtrip hike. Ends at a beautiful lake surrounded by granite rock. Suggest you bring a lunch (from Verde) enjoy the view, and take a dip. (Note: there is a fee to park)

  • Vikingsholm - Visit a Scaninavian castle nestled in Emerald Bay! It is a 2 mile round trip hike down (and back up) a steep trail to the beach and castle. (Note: There is a fee to park)

  • Angora Lakes - A 2.4 mile very scenic round trip hike. There is about 1/2 mile uphill climb when you first start.

    (check out AllTrails for more great hikes)

Water & Air Activities:

  • Paddle Board: SUP offers 25% off with a deal I have.

  • Boating: contact me - I know a guy.

  • Hot Air Balloon: contact me - I know a guy.

Entertainment:

Places To Eat:

Coffee:

Breakfast:

  • $$ - Sprouts - walk to sprouts (5 blocks) for amazing healthy breakfast options and smoothies.

  • $$ - Cup of Cherries - is a secret gem with amazing and creative breakfast finds.

Lunch:

Dinner:

  • $$ - Freshies - cheesy atmosphere but amazing food and a local favorite.

  • $$ - Fire & Ice - Mongolian BBQ with a fun atmosphere - perfect for starting your night off right.

  • $$$ - Naked Fish - is our fav sushi in town for a great atmosphere, sometimes live music, but mostly amazing food.

  • $$$ - The Lake House - cozy and intimate space with great food and good sized portions.

  • $$$$ - Edgewood - to celebrate big occasions with an AMAZING view.

Places to Drink:

  • Tahoe AleWorx - go to the one at the Y for an outdoorsy leisure experience. Go to the one at Stateline to kick start your night.

  • Tahoe PourHouse - for a great wine selection with some yummy bites and ability to sit outside or cozy up by their inside fire.

  • South Lake Brewing Company - Our own (1st!) Local Brewing Company! that is a must stop if you love beer and good for a casual atmosphere and is kid friendly

  • The Hangar - A mostly outside outdoorsy hangout spot. Fun to bike to because it’s right on the 50.

Want a Customized Weekend Itinerary Just for You?

I specialize in your perfect experience. Feel free to call me and I can help you plan. Here is an example of a South Lake Tahoe weekend for a 20 something:

Friday Night:

Dinner: Artemis so you can catch the sunset on the lake.

Magic Show: Buy tickets in advance - they sell out.

Saturday Morning:

  • Walk to Alpina Cafe for a coffee and muffin or

  • Drive to Free Bird for a morning smoothie and great yogurt bowls or

  • Tahoe PourHouse for a beautiful breakfast or

  • Ernie’s Cafe for a diner breakfast.

Saturday Activity:

  • Hike Eagle Lake bring a lunch from Verde so you can stay and enjoy the view afterwards grab a beer at South Lake Brewing Company and play some board games to relax or

  • Check out the Octoberfest Festival at Camp Richardson on October 6th or

  • Check out the Fish Fest with us if you want some family fun.

Saturday Night:

  • Dinner at the Heavenly Village: Fire & Ice

  • Drinks at - where ever looks fun.

  • Dancing at Opal - be sure to dress up!

Sunday Morning:

  • Rent Paddle Boards and brave the cold paddling the lake or

  • Breakfast (see Saturday Morning choices)

  • Hot Air Balloon?? - go out with a bang??