North Lake Tahoe has many activities to offer in the month of December; skiing, tubing, film festivals and much more!
Of course Tahoe in December is known for skiing and most, if not all Ski areas will be open by December for some fun. Here is a list of the major resorts and links to their December operations.
Palisades Tahoe – November 22
Mt Rose Ski Tahoe – November 22
Northstar – November 18th.
Sugarbowl – December 9
Diamond Peak – December 9
Homewood Mountain Resort – Early December
Tahoe Adventure Company offers guided snowshoe hikes both during the day, sunset, and full moon and star gazing tours. You can even opt into a warm drink and a grommet lunch while getting some exercise and learning about the local flora and fauna from one of their experienced snowshoe guides. Check out their website for all of the info.
Northstar has a great ice scatting rink located in the heart of the village. A perfect place for a family outing or a romantic date. Go skating and then head to one of the great restaurants in the village for dinner or catch a movie at the Northstar theater. The skating rink opens every day at 2 pm. Skates are $15 to rent, or bring your own and skate for FREE! Check out their website or call before going to make sure they are open, operations are weather dependent. (530) 562-3689
Disco Tubing starts December 19
We’re bringing SnoVentures Activity Zone to life with colorful LED lights, lasers and live DJs from 5-8pm. Disco tubing is the family-friendly party where you spin down the tubing lanes to music and lights!
Price for all ages*: $54
Times: 5pm, 6pm, and 7pm
Dates: December 19, 26-31, 2020; and every Saturday from December 26, 2020 through March 6, 2021
Snow tubing sessions are 55 minutes long and begin at the top of the hour
Tickets available for purchase online and at SnoVentures Activity Zone
Limited number of tickets per session in order to provide the best tubing experience
Tahoe Film Fest
The 8th annual Tahoe Film showcases new and important environmental films as a way of not only educating young people, but to celebrate the efforts of everyone who help to maintain the beauty Lake Tahoe and its surroundings. Tahoe Film Fest also celebrates a section of important American Independent Films, New Films from Latin America and award winning music documentaries.
All proceeds from Tahoe Film Fest benefit UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center (TERC). For event information click Here.
Holiday Activities for the Whole Family
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