October 28, 2014 09:01 ET

Fall in Lake Tahoe: Top 9 Things to Do This Shoulder Season in Lake Tahoe Announced by

Summer and Winter May Be the Seasons That Most Vacationers Associate With Tahoe, but There Are Lots of Fun Vacation Activities in the Fall as Well

LAKE TAHOE, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 28, 2014) - From thrilling adventures on the water to relaxing times in the spa, fall in Tahoe offers visitors a varied list of things to do. Below is a selection of this fall's activities from

1. Reno Tahoe Helicopters
Scenic tours of Lake Tahoe and its surrounding mountains are available from South Lake Tahoe and Truckee airport. Helicopters can accommodate groups of three or larger groups of six plus the pilot and have a two-person minimum. Tours of Emerald Bay, Zephyr Cove and Sand Harbor are available. More information about Reno Tahoe Helicopters here.

2. Fishing in Tahoe
Fall is the best time of year to catch the elusive brown trout. Lake Tahoe has multiple fishing companies that can guide visitors to the best spots for catching the brown trout and other fish. They can provide the gear and expertise to ensure a successful and fun fishing trip for the whole family. List of fishing charters and fishing information here:

3. Tahoe Massage & Bodywork, LLC
Tahoe Massage & Bodywork is located in South Lake Tahoe and offers hot stone massages, heated tables and aromatherapy. The massage therapist is licensed and has training in sports massage, deep tissue massage and Swedish massage.

4. Tahoe Valley Campground
This resort offers the comforts that come with living in an RV combined with the thrill of camping in the great outdoors. Tahoe Valley Campground provides its guests with amenities like a swimming pool, picnic and barbecue areas along with restroom facilities. Pets are welcome.

5. Hiking in Lake Tahoe
The area around Lake Tahoe offers hundreds of miles of trails. Hikers will be able to walk through wilderness monitored by the US Forest Service. Among the popular hikes are Eagle Falls/Eagle Lake, Leven Lakes and Rubicon Trail. For those who prefer to ride, there are horseback trails as well. Hiking information in Lake Tahoe:

6. Concerts in Lake Tahoe
Music this fall in Lake Tahoe ranges from electronic music to rock music. Visitors who are into electronic dance music can see Bassnectar perform at MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa on November 6th. Or perhaps you would rather opt for something a bit more rock & roll -- classic rock icons Cheap Trick will take the stage on November 21 and Poison's Bret Michaels will perform on the 29th, both at MontBleu. Full list of upcoming Lake Tahoe events here.

7. 3 Peaks Resort and Beach Club
Guests at this hotel will be able to enjoy views of the Lake Tahoe area while staying in cabin-style rooms. They get easy access to the hotel's private beach while also being able to visit casinos and restaurants easily. Enjoy the vacation at 3 Peaks Resort and Beach Club!

8. Skiing in Lake Tahoe
The Tahoe area gets over 400 inches of snow each year and resorts open before the end of fall. This makes the area perfect for those who are eager to hit the slopes. There are miles of slopes available along with trams and gondolas. Visitors can ski or snowboard, or do both. Information about skiing in the area:

9. Snowmobile it Up
Snow season visitors to the Tahoe area have numerous options when it comes to having fun in the powder. Along with the ever popular skiing and snowboarding, they can visit Sierra Mountain Sports on Lake Parkway and use their track to go snowmobiling and snow tubing.

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