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Zip Tahoe: Open for Winter

If you’re on the hill enjoying a relaxing afternoon riding the slopes of Kirkwood Mountain Resort when suddenly you catch a glimpse of people soaring through the sky, stay calm, it’s normal. (Sorry, it’s not Superman and his crew). Tahoe’s first canopy zip line tour is open during the winter season, consisting of 6 zip lines, 2 suspension bridges and heights up to 125 ft off the ground.  Don’t miss this unique view of Sierra Mountains!

2 Responses to “Zip Tahoe: Open for Winter”

  1. Mary Schaer says:

    We will be in the Lake Tahoe area Feb. 3 thru the 10th and plan to ski but with the lack of snow we would like other choices. Can you make suggestions?

  2. Christina Erny says:

    Welcome! Mother Nature was kind to the ski resorts the past few storms and they have a solid snow base. In addition to skiing, you can enjoy boat cruises, ice skating, hiking, snowshoeing, sledding… the sky is the limit! Here is a link to activities listed on our website.

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