Getting to Granlibakken
On the North Shore of Lake Tahoe
Granlibakken Tahoe is located in a tranquil mountain setting with all the wonders of the Sierra at your doorstep. Whether you arrive by car or plane, getting here is easy.
We are located at:
725 Granlibakken Road
Tahoe City, CA 96145
Airport Shuttle Service
Airport shuttle to Granlibakken: reserve through Granlibakken by calling 800.543.3221, or book using: www.northlaketahoeexpress.com.
Reservations made through Granlibakken must be made at least 7 days in advance, and there is a fee associated with this service.
From Sacramento (100 miles)
Take Interstate 80 East toward Reno/North Lake Tahoe. Take Exit 185 for State Highway 89S at the traffic circle. Take the first exit onto CA-89 S. Drive 15 miles to Tahoe City, CA. As you enter Tahoe City, before the stop light in Tahoe City, bear to your right and continue on 89 South one-half mile to Granlibakken Road. Turn right. Drive one-half mile to Granlibakken Registration Desk located at the Porte Cochere at the main entrance.
From Southern California
Take I-405 North toward Sacramento. Continue on I-5N. Take exit 522 to merge onto I-80 E toward Reno. Follow directions listed above from Sacramento to North Lake Tahoe/Granlibakken.
Alternate from Southern California
Take I-5N to 14 N exit toward Lancaster/Palmdale. Turn right on CA-14 and take slight left at US 395 to Highway 495 to East 14 to US 395 N. Continue to follow US-395 entering Nevada. Turn left at US-50. Turn right at NV-28 entering California. Continue on CA-28/North Lake Blvd to Tahoe City. Turn left at the stop light in Tahoe City onto CA-89 S. Drive one-half mile to Granlibakken Road and turn right. Drive one-half mile to Granlibakken Registration Desk located at the Porte Cochere at the main entrance.
From Reno/Tahoe International Airport (54 miles)
Take Highway 580/395 North on-ramp from the Airport to I-80 West/Sacramento to Exit 185 (Truckee) to CA-89 S to Tahoe City. Follow directions listed above from Sacramento to North Lake Tahoe/Granlibakken.