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Captained Lake Tahoe Sight Seeing Watersport Boat Adventure. Visit Emerald Bay, DL Bliss, and Rubicon Point. Go tubing, learn to wakeboard, and wake surf. Complimentary refreshments and lunch provided for full day. Alcoholic beverages available for guests 21+. Take your whole family out for an unforgettable day on Lake Tahoe.
Lake Tahoe's crown jewel - an oasis of shimmering greens, turquoise and blues against a strikingly beautiful mountain backdrop on the Lake's west shore - this is Emerald Bay. Due to Lake Tahoe's incredible clarity and depth, the colors of the lake are surreal, and Emerald Bay is the perfect place to take in the entirety of the scene.
The best way to view all of Emerald Bay's beauty is to stop at Inspiration Point, a drive-up overlooking the dramatic landscape and historical Fanette Island. There is parking and paved walkways. Other ways to experience Emerald Bay include kayaking, hiking, stand up paddleboarding, or reserving a scenic cruise via the Tahoe Queen.
This state park in the Lake Tahoe region features one of the finest beaches in the area and several popular hiking trails.
D.L. Bliss State Park is the perfect destination for camping or relaxing on the beach. It's the start of Rubicon Trail, one of the most popular hiking trails in Northern California. D.L. Bliss is home to the lighthouse trail, a 1.5 mile trail ending at the Rubicon Point Lighthouse, the Balancing Rock, Calawee Cove, and Lester Beach.
(Sand Harbor) offers 55 acres of paradise - expansive sandy beaches, rocky coves, and panoramic views of the east shoreline. Swimmers and scuba divers enjoy the interesting rock formations, gently sloping beaches, and Lake Tahoe's trademark crystal clear water.
Sand Harbor has shaded picnic areas for families, handicap-accessible paved walkways and nature trail, with gorgeous scenery. You can take a short walk to Memorial Point for exploring secluded beaches and rock areas.
With 4,800 acres full of off-the-grid terrain and the most incredible views of Lake Tahoe, you can go big and forge your own path. It's so big, you can ski two states in one day. With 34 miles of wide-open groomed cruisers, 1,600 foot plunges in the double-black-diamond canyons, and the most outrageous tree skiing in North America, the choices are endless.
Mt. Heavenly is one of the most unique ski destinations in the world - there's something for everyone. Great chutes and canyons for anyone who loves steep hills and wider runs for speed skiers and beginners. There's also plenty to do in the evening, too. Be sure to check out The DJ Cat, Heavenly's custom build mobile DJ station on the back of a snow cat!
Our recommendation is to begin at Rubicon Trailhead and work your way south in order to maximize views and save the gems of Emerald Bay for later in the day.
In addition to the 22-mile long, four-wheel drive route west of Lake Tahoe, Rubicon Trail also offers a 6.5 mile lakeside foot trail. This trail offers an intimate look at Tahoe's beautiful blue waters. If you're looking for a bit more adventure, gear up your Jeep and hit the trail obstacles. Be sure to read up on safety instructions and precautions before beginning your Jeep tour. FourWheeler.com shares how to survive your first time on Rubicon Trail.
Under a canopy of tall pines, you'll catch glimpses of Tahoe's famed waters and a rock-studded shoreline that was privately owned in the heydays of mining and timber. As you approach the lake, you'll peer down on a strip of white that's pleasantly bookended by boulders.
Boulder outcroppings, a sandy beach, crystal clear water and a unique chimney marker make up Chimney Beach. The hike down the trail to get to Chimney Beach can be somewhat challenging, so be prepared.