Lake Tahoe scuba diving is a fantasy of underwater world. Who dare to explore the lake’s must brave to conquered cold temperatures, but cold water is not a threat or a barrier for divers. Unlike the tropical underwater world, here you may not find a colorful coral reef but you will dive in to underwater forests, shipwrecks, and mazes of huge granite boulders, Tahoe’s lake has plenty of intrigue for scuba divers. The jewel continues to rise from an epic winter.
Many of the dives have been documented in Lake Tahoe, from the fall into winter and many more dives were in Tahoe, this winter into spring. For those who’ve dive in Tahoe saying the water is cold, for you who not terribly fond of cold, please don’t understatement, you should prepare the right scuba diving swimsuit and make sure you are really comfortable conditions.
Snorkeling does not seem to be possible here, and I do not recommend it to you. Although the water is very clear, diving with scuba diving equipment I think to be a more appropriate choice.
Try activities other than scuba diving in the Tahoe area.
Exploring Tenaya Canyon each summer from Olmsted Point and the summit of Half Dome. the canyon sees very few footprints. The park service actively discourages hikers from entering the canyon, in fact. Beyond inherent dangers like mandatory cliff rappels and slick granite ledge traverses, Tenaya Canyon is notoriously freak.
Skiing, snowboarding or just playing snow on the Boreal mountain. I think all winter activities can be done there, some resorts are also not difficult to find there.
Gotta add Camp Richardson Corral under best recreation and family fun in South Lake Tahoe. summer horseback riding season, please call the Corral office between 10 am – 3 pm for reservations. All trail rides are weather permitting. Just look forward to an amazing summer of riding in the Sierra.
Discovery in the little seen underwater world of Lake Tahoe, the jewel continues to rise from an epic winter.