The Landing Resort & Spa Releases Tip Sheet on 10 Perfect Ways to Enjoy Summer in Lake Tahoe

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Lake Tahoe’s only five-star boutique lakeside resort, The Landing Resort & Spa offers summer travel ideas on the best ways to have fun in Lake Tahoe. From sunset drinks on the lake to a Sierra Nevada horseback ride to a luxury helicopter tour, The Landing’s convenient location provides the perfect basecamp for Tahoe summer adventure.

In summer, Tahoe travels are all about the lake, including enjoying the view from the ideal lakeside vantage point at The Landing Resort & Spa.

Take an aerial view on all that Lake Tahoe has to offer with a sunset helicopter tour.

The Landing Resort & Spa, Lake Tahoe’s only five-star boutique lakeside resort, offers an intimate connection with the famously azure waters of North America’s largest alpine lake – ideally situating it to offer top ideas for making the most of a Lake Tahoe vacation. Recently described as “beach luxury” by Forbes and the “vanguard of trendy” by the New York Times, The Landing knows how to combine luxury, comfort and fun for its guests, so the chic California resort has offered a tip sheet of ideas on 10 perfect ways to enjoy Lake Tahoe this summer.

From lake-view rooms, decks and patios to private beach access for guests, The Landing Resort & Spa takes full advantage of its spectacular setting while arranging summer adventures for guests on the shores of hip Tahoe South. With the world famous Lake Tahoe and its 71 miles of shoreline as a canvas, fun on the water is just a matter of choosing among such sporting options as boating, waterskiing, wakeboarding, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. In addition to the obvious watersport options, The Landing offers these recommendations for experiencing the best of Tahoe this summer:

Go Fish. From serene fly fishing to chartered lake fishing, the trout of Tahoe will provide anglers a catch-worthy tale to take back home. Lake fishing is available year round and stream fishing from July 1 – Nov. 15, with the Truckee River available April 29 – Nov. 15. Learn to fly fish or refresh your skills with Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters.

C’mon Get Happy Hour. For a refreshing happy hour cocktail overlooking Lake Tahoe, stop by Jimmy’s Restaurant at the Landing Resort & Spa and try one of the signature Greek mojitos while drinking in the views of the lake and mountains from the lakeside patio. Happy Hour is 3:30 – 6:30 p.m. daily.

Hit the Links. Golf enthusiasts will be pleased to play through on greens frequented by celebs from Charles Barkley to Ray Romano at the Edgewood Golf Course, adjacent to The Landing Resort & Spa. Host to the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship each July, Edgewood is rated one of "America's Top Golf Courses” by Golf Digest.

Dine in Style. For South Lake Tahoe’s only five-star dining experience, enjoy the modern California and Greek/Mediterranean cuisine at Jimmy’s Restaurant at The Landing. Recently applauded by Forbes for “lots of fresh local produce and high quality seafood” in dishes that “shine,” Jimmy’s also provides an award-winning wine list that includes a selection of Greek vintages by the glass.

Play Cowboy. Equestrian adventurists will love exploring Tahoe on hoof, with horseback rides including backcountry pack trips, steak dinner rides, and one- to two-hour excursions, while families will have fun on summer hay wagons and pony rides. Visit Camp Richardson's Corral or Zephyr Cove Stables for riding options.

Relax. After an active day in the mountains or on the lake, The Landing invites guests to revel in a luxurious treatment at its in-house Spa. With four state-of-the-art treatment rooms, a couple’s room, plus a spa sanctuary, the Spa at The Landing features treatments using organic products and botanicals custom created for each guest, including a variety of massages from sports-specific to warm river rock to deep tissue, as well as facials, waxing, body wraps and glows.

Enjoy a Piece of Heaven. Ski season may be over, but Lake Tahoe's many ski areas, including Heavenly Mountain Resort just blocks from The Landing, still offer plenty of outdoor fun - and amazing lake views. Heavenly will open for sightseeing and limited hiking during Memorial Day weekend, from May 23-25. Then on June 12, the resort opens for summer fun with hiking, ropes course, and ziplines daily through Sept. 7.

Use Pedal Power. What better way to cover Tahoe territory while getting great exercise than on a bike. Bike paths, dirt roads, single track and bike parks abound, and The Landing provides complimentary colorful cruiser bikes for guests to pedal around town – as well as the comfy and fun state-of-the-art Pedego electric bikes. Check this Tahoe South blog post for the top 6 area mountain bike trails.

Take a Hike (with Your Pup). Lake Tahoe has a trail for every type of hiker from a leisurely nature hike to a rugged and challenging trek - including those who'd like to experience the Pacific Coast Trail firsthand - and the scenic views are incomparable. For a list of great local hiking routes check out Everytrail.com. And The Landing has a selection of pet-friendly rooms so Fido, too, can enjoy the trails - and the boutique hotel’s five-star treatment.

Earn Your Chopper Chops. Take an aerial view on all that Lake Tahoe has to offer with a sunset helicopter tour from Reno Tahoe Helicopters. Explore waterfalls, check out Sand Harbor or take a trip to a nearby vineyard for some wine tasting.

About the Landing Resort & Spa:
The Landing Resort & Spa is walking distance to the concerts, nightlife, dining and shopping of South Lake Tahoe. Just blocks from Heavenly Gondola, and Village Center, The Landing provides complimentary transportation locally. One of only two U.S. hotels on TripAdvisor’s list of 10 top lakeside hotels, The Landing opened in December 2013 and has received accolades from media including The New York Times, SKI magazine, Robb Report and Forbes. For additional information and reservations contact 855.700.5263 or visit http://www.thelandingtahoe.com.

Media contact: Darla Worden, WordenGroup Public Relations, darla(at)wordenpr(dot)com, 307.734.5335

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