Adventure abounds in Soda Springs and Tahoe!
Get your bags packed and head up for some fun!
When the snow is falling...Skiing is where its at!
Soda Springs Mountain Resort is a hop skip and jump down the street from Lola. The longest operating ski resort in California is great for begingers and kids with Planet Kids.
Royal Gorge is just behind Soda Springs Mountain Resort and is the largest cross country ski resort in north american with over 6,000 acres of terrain. Enjoy snow shoeing, cross country skiing and kite skiing!
Boreal Mountain Resort is one exit from Lola on 80. Enjoy park terrain? well this is the place for you! Offering skiing and snowboarding, terrain parks, snow play, tubing and a great family atmosphere.
Sugar Bowl Resort is 3 miles down Donner Pass Road from Lola. They are a family run an owned resort which shows in the commitment to community and safety. Great place for families with 12 lifts and 103 trails. This is one of our favorite resorts!
Donner Ski Ranch is just besides Sugar Bow Resort and although may look small boasts 500 acres of skiing with 6 chair lifts and 52 runs is a great place for beginners and families.
Squaw and Alpine Meadows are sister resort located 30 minutes from Lola. They are great places for beginners to advanced skiers and boarders. Enjoy the Olympic Village at Squaw from the 1960 Olympics or head over to Alpine Meadows for some of the best terrain in Tahoe.
Northstar California is also located 30 minutes from Lola. Enjoy the Alpine village and relax with a drink while watching the kids ride the bunny slope. Offering over 3,000 acres of ski-able terrain its a place for the whole family!
Tahoe Donner is 20 minutes from Lola and is a great outdoor recreation site. With cross country and down hill skiing its the best place for beginners!
Melting snow means its time to hike/bike/canoe and the like!
Serene Lakes is about a 5 minute drive from Lola and is a great place for day of relaxation. Fishing/Hiking/Biking surround the small lake and its a great place to take a dip or try out a SUP (Stand Up Paddle board).