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You alpine retreat by the ski lifts near Lake Tahoe

Olympic Valley, near Lake Tahoe, is renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty and adventurous outdoor activities. The new fractional ownership property at 211 Palisades Cir #39 epitomizes modern mountain living, seamlessly blending luxury and comfort with the thrill of high-mountain adventures.

Built in 2020, this 2,630-square-foot, two-story home is part of The Palisades community. Only 350,000$ an 1/8th share. Ideally situated between Squaw Creek and the Truckee River, its location promises an immersive experience in nature’s splendour. The design of the house, with its open floor plan, is tailor-made for both relaxed living and vibrant entertaining.

The great room, a highlight of the home, includes a cosy fireplace and ample space for relaxation and dining. It seamlessly transitions into an expansive deck, perfect for outdoor living. Adjacent to the great room is the gourmet kitchen, complete with modern amenities. A mudroom and laundry room add to the convenience. The main floor also features a guest bedroom and bath, alongside a powder room.

Upstairs, the master suite offers a sanctuary for relaxation. It includes a full en-suite bathroom and opens to an upper deck, equipped with a hot tub. Additionally, two more bedrooms and a spacious flex room provide ample space for hosting family and friends.

The home’s location in Squaw Valley is a paradise for adventure seekers. With access to 3,600 skiable acres across multiple peaks, residents can enjoy epic skiing experiences. The area is also ideal for fishing, hiking, and boating. For a more laid-back experience, Squaw Valley Village is nearby, offering shopping, music, and various events throughout the year. Moreover, the stunning Lake Tahoe is just a 10-minute drive away, offering a plethora of activities and scenic views.

Olympic Valley, nestled near the majestic Lake Tahoe, is a picturesque destination celebrated for its stunning natural landscapes and a plethora of year-round recreational activities. In winter, the valley transforms into a winter wonderland, making it a paradise for ski enthusiasts with its world-class skiing facilities, including expansive ski slopes suitable for all skill levels. Snowboarding is another popular activity, offering adrenaline-pumping adventures against the backdrop of breathtaking mountain vistas. For those seeking a more serene experience, snowshoeing through the tranquil, snow-covered trails provides a magical way to explore the winter beauty of the region.

In summer, Olympic Valley reveals a different kind of charm. Hiking takes centre stage, with trails winding through lush forests and alpine meadows, leading to spectacular views of the Sierra Nevada. Mountain biking is a thrilling way to experience the rugged terrain, offering paths for both beginners and experienced riders. Lastly, fishing in the crystal-clear waters of the Truckee River or nearby lakes becomes a peaceful retreat, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the tranquillity of nature while engaging in a timeless sport.

Throughout the year, Olympic Valley’s diverse landscape and range of activities cater to all, whether seeking thrilling adventures or quiet communion with nature.

 

Lake Tahoe, with its stunning alpine scenery and crystal-clear waters, is a summer paradise, offering a diverse array of outdoor activities and dining experiences.

In the summer, the lake is a hub for water-based activities. Boating stands out as a favourite, with visitors enjoying everything from leisurely sailboat rides to thrilling speedboat adventures. The expansive lake provides a perfect setting for this, surrounded by breathtaking mountain views. Kayaking and paddleboarding are also immensely popular, offering a more serene way to explore the scenic shoreline and hidden coves of Lake Tahoe. These activities allow for a closer connection with nature and are suitable for all ages and skill levels.

Hiking is another top activity in the area, with numerous trails winding through the surrounding mountains and forests. These trails range from easy walks to challenging hikes, leading to stunning vistas, serene forest settings, and sometimes even secluded beaches.

When it comes to dining, Lake Tahoe’s outdoor restaurants provide not just delicious cuisine but also captivating views. The top three to consider are:

  1. Sunnyside Restaurant and Lodge – Known for its large lakeside deck, Sunnyside offers a picturesque setting for enjoying fresh, local cuisine. It’s a perfect spot for a sunset dinner, with the lake providing a stunning backdrop.
  2. Gar Woods Grill & Pier in Carnelian Bay is famous for its waterfront dining and classic Tahoe ambience. It offers an excellent selection of seafood and steak, best enjoyed on their spacious deck overlooking the lake.
  3. The West Shore Cafe and Inn, located in Homewood, offers a tranquil dining experience with its dockside seating. The menu, featuring locally sourced ingredients, complements the serene views of Lake Tahoe and the surrounding mountains.

These restaurants not only offer delicious meals but also provide an immersive experience in the natural beauty of Lake Tahoe, making them must-visit destinations for anyone looking to enjoy the lake’s scenic charm.

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