Visiting Incline Village

Visit_Incline_Village_Lake_TahoeThis eastern North Shore enclave features some of Tahoe’s most relaxing beaches and a genteel approach to Lake life. Named for the Great Incline Tramway built by loggers in 1878 it is. Today, Incline is where some of the world’s wealthiest people have built stunning mountain retreats.

In summer, theatergoers congregate to see the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival at nearby Sand Harbor. Mountain bikers can get their game on with screamers down the Flume trail, which drains into the Village. Winter sees snow sliders trooping to Diamond Peak (in the city limits) and Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe. Additionally, the casino gaming here is uptown and lively.

Activities, Events, Lodging and Dining Guide coming soon…