Fall is sometimes called Tahoe’s secret season. Lake Tahoe is well known for its summer offerings, but fall is when the area really shines. The aspen trees around the lake turn fiery yellows and orange, the days are mild and sunny, and there are fewer crowds. Fall is really the perfect time to enjoy a relaxing Tahoe getaway.
Autumn is a great time to enjoy some of the hikes that Tahoe has to offer. Parking at the trailheads is less competitive in the fall, and the weather is perfect for hiking. Biking is also a blast in the fall, with less traffic on the trails and plenty of terrain, both on-road and off-road, to explore. It may be a bit chilly to swim, but there is plenty of fun to be had on Lake Tahoe. The lake is glassy and calm, perfect for paddle boarding or kayaking, or even just relaxing on the beach to enjoy the view.
Fall is the time to live like a local in Lake Tahoe. Many restaurants and shops offer deals, the roads are less crowded, and the weather is perfect for enjoying so many of those activities that we associate with summer. Visiting Tahoe is a great way to usher in the changing of the seasons, and you will be sure to get excited for all of the winter activities to come.
Right now Granlibakken Tahoe is making it more affordable for you to enjoy this beautiful season, with our Fall Special. With up to 30% off of rates and hot buffet breakfast served every morning to all guests, you can afford that Tahoe family vacation that you’ve been looking forward to!
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