Lake Tahoe is a pristine jewel of nature. Its remarkably clear blue waters reflect the majestic Sierra Nevada mountains that surround it, creating a unique and captivating landscape that can be enjoyed every season of the year. In spring and summer, Lake Tahoe is a haven for boating and fishing, attracting visitors from around the world to its vibrant watersports culture. Conversely, the greater Lake Tahoe area is also a popular ski destination, as it is home to internationally renowned Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Ski Resort. Scene of the 1960 Winter Olympic games and voted among the “Best Ski Resorts” in North America by 10Best Readers’ Choice in 2019, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is a spectacular 6,000-acre snow-covered playground for both close-knit families and off-the-radar thrill-seekers. With an average annual snowfall of 450 inches and 300 sunny days, the Lake Tahoe area offers one of the longest ski and snowboard seasons in the United States.