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It's hard to believe that Mother Nature could bless a place with so much beauty, but she did. Lake Tahoe's got it all: mountains, waterfalls, lakes, forests and wildlife. This natural backdrop also provides plenty to do.
If you want to enjoy the outdoors, there's no better place to hike than Lake Tahoe. The Tahoe Rim Trail, which is more than 150 miles long, winds through the mountains around the entire perimeter of Lake Tahoe. Lace up your boots for a hike up Mount Tallac Trail or Glen Alpine Trail to enjoy a glorious vista of Lake Tahoe, Fallen Leaf Lake and High Sierra. For an easier trip, walk the Rainbow Trail. Another fun climb is the trek to Angora Lakes.
Bicyclists will also find lots to please in Lake Tahoe. Pedal your way around Pope-Baldwin Bike Path and see plenty of scenic and historic sites. Flume Trail is a rough and ready path for mountain bikers. Those who are experienced at mountain biking will love the near vertical descent of Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. Horseback riding is another popular outdoor diversion in Lake Tahoe. Golf and water fun is also plentiful.
Lake Tahoe is home to some of the greatest skiing in the West. Not only do you get to enjoy seven different ski resorts, but you also are privy to some of the greatest views of Lake Tahoe. The snowcaps on a sunny day are breathtaking and a ride on the Lake Tahoe Gondola provides a great lookout.
When you're looking for other things to do, Lake Tahoe has you covered. The Tahoe Queen is a playful paddlewheel boat that operates both day and night. On the Nevada side of the lake, try your luck at everything from blackjack to roulette at any of the many famous casinos. No matter what you're into, Lake Tahoe is sure to please.