3-Hour Single Kayak Rental
Lake Tahoe is a year-round playground offering incredible hiking, kayak tour options, boating, and kayaking through most of the summer and some of the best skiing in North America in the winter. Ringed by massive mountains and beautiful pine forest, the lake is the largest alpine lake in North America and one of the deepest in the United States. Every year, thousand of visitors and residents alike flock to the lake to escape the searing heat of the California Central Valley and to enjoy the abundance of incredible water sports and outdoor activities the area offers.
Your three hour kayak rental will start at a local kayak facility near the mouth of the Truckee River, Lake Tahoe's only outlet, where you have the option to paddle out in whatever direction you feel like. The lake is 12 miles across and dozens of miles long, and although you may be tempted, you'll want to stay close to the shore and avoid trying to cross among the motorboats and jet skiers cruising the area. Your single-person kayak will keep you afloat among the gentle waves and light wind that cross the lake in the early morning and afternoon as you float by the granite boulders and massive sugar pines that ring the lake. The time will pass quickly as you work your muscles and push yourself throughout the three hours until you return to the river to disembark for your next adventure.
After exploring the waters of Lake Tahoe, be sure to check out the plentiful array of other things to do in Lake Tahoe. You can check out pre-made vacation packages or book a hotel to complete your getaway.
- What type of clothing is appropriate?
Comfortable, quick-drying clothing is recommended.
- What age is 3-Hour Single Kayak Rental appropriate for?
Children under 5 years old are not permitted. Guests 14 and under are required to wear their lifejackets.
- Is photography & video recording allowed?