Winter Sports

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Winter Recreation at Lake Tahoe

Winter recreational activities at Lake Tahoe include include skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, sledding and more!

Winter Recreation

USDA Forest Service Photo by Nicole Bringolf.

Follow the Winter Recreation link above to view helpful information and links for winter recreational activities in the Lake Tahoe Basin including Accessible Recreation, Dogs at Lake Tahoe, Ice Skating, Ski With A Ranger, Winter Trek and more!

Know Before You Go

The beauty and peacefulness of the forest may make you feel carefree, but you must remain vigilant for potentially dangerous situations. Visit the Know Before You Go website for more information and always know before you go!

Recreate Responsibly

  • Recreate Responsibly
    Join the movement and pledge to recreate responsibly! Learn how by visiting the Recreate Responsibly website.
  • Leave No Trace
    Leave No Trace is a philosophy that encourages responsible use of natural areas by minimizing human visitation and impact. The Leave No Trace mission is to ensure a sustainable future for the outdoors and the planet. Visit their website to learn more.
  • Pack It In/Pack It Out
    "Pack it in, pack it out" is one of the original Leave No Trace tenets for visiting natural areas. We all share a responsibility to be good stewards of the land. If you bring something in and use it (pack it in) is your responsibility to ensure it is removed when you are finished (pack it out). Visit the link above to learn more.

Road Conditions

Weather

Winter Safety

Most people are aware of winter's hazards. But it's easy to forget how wind, cold, snow, or whiteout can turn an outing into a tragedy. Knowledge of the area, weather, route, and the limitations of your body and equipment - plus a little common sense - can help ensure safe and enjoyable outings. Visit the Winter Safety webpage to learn more about recreating safely on your National Forest in the winter.

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities