Take the trolley to Emerald Bay
Emerald Bay is one of the most heavily visited spots in Tahoe. On the weekends, parking can be a nightmare and ruin a well-planned day. A great alternative, especially for families, is the open-air Nifty 50 Trolley, which leaves regularly from Tahoe City from the north and Camp Richardson, the South Y, and other points from the south. Find scheduling and fare information for the 2017 season here.
Sand Harbor Shuttle
Getting to one of Lake Tahoe’s most popular beaches is easy. Learn more about the East Shore Express.
Find all local south shore transit connections with the Tahoe Transportation District. Learn more.
Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit (TART)
Find all your transit connections around Truckee, Tahoe City, Homewood, Kings Beach and Incline Village with TART. Learn more.
Tahoe has an extensive bike trail system that winds through scenic meadows and forests, and meanders through quiet neighborhoods. Many hotels and businesses offer bike rentals. This is also a favorite activity for families. Visit the Lake Tahoe Bicycle Coalition for more information on cycling in Tahoe.
Depending on where you stay, Tahoe offers a few walkable communities. The Heavenly Village at south Stateline offers easy access to shops, beaches, casinos and the gondola.
Ride the free ski shuttles. Yes, we said FREE. Don't battle those parking lines at the resort. Many ski resorts offer free shuttles to and from town, stopping along the highway and at specific hotels.
The Night Rider free evening shuttles connecting north shore and Truckee communities and ski resorts (Alpine, Squaw Valley and Northstar) runs until April 9.