As the old adage goes, a lot of people come to Tahoe for the winter, then stay for the summer. And it’s true: Skiing in the high-elevation, snow-drenched peaks of the Sierra Nevada is like nowhere else on Earth. People travel from all over the world to experience the deep powder, steep mountains, and legendary resorts that make up wintertime in Tahoe. But if they stay a while, they’ll soon realize summer may be even more amazing. With a sparkling blue lake, hundreds of miles of trails, and scenic vistas as far as the eye can see, the warmer months in the Tahoe region offer countless ways to enjoy the great outdoors.
On top of that, Tahoe—although it’s spread apart in a wide array of towns and various neighborhoods scattered around the lake—is one close-knit community. It’s a village like no other, a family that helps take care of its own. Full of hard workers and even harder adventurers, once you’re a part of the community, you become an integral part of that extended family.
Whether you’re looking to move full-time to the Tahoe area or invest in a vacation home, make Lake Tahoe your home and you may never want to leave.