Mapping Lake Tahoe’s Best Paddleboarding Routes and Tours

 
 

Looking for the best paddling routes and tours up at Tahoe? Hey, good news. We’re kicking off a SUP tour series of the 3 best routes to put that exact information right in the palm of your hand.

 

First up – the semi-secluded, six-mile stretch between Sand Harbor and Skunk Harbor. This picturesque paddle takes you past some of the most pristine shoreline on the entire lake, and our handy infographic details the routes, landmarks and useful details you need to make the most of it.

 

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Photo Credit: Paul Hamill Photography

 
The Sand to Skunk run can run twelve miles round trip, but that’s entirely adjustable. Here are the highlights – and if you want to know the rest, you’ll just have to download our free infographic.

 

  • – A complete map of route with distances
  • – Parking info and launch sites
  • – Best beaches to hit for a pit stop
  • – Famous landmarks for the perfect photo op
  • – Best time to paddle
  • – Overall rating
  • – Where to refuel after the fun

 

So what are you waiting for? Fill out this form now and we’ll send you our free infographic for the Tahoe paddle route running from Sand Harbor down to Skunk Harbor. Then check back soon – we’ll be posting two more of Tahoe’s best paddling tours.

 
 


 
 

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