Lodge to Lodge Network on the Lake Tahoe Water Trail
Take the hassle out of planning a multi-day paddle trip along the Lake Tahoe Water Trail, a paddler's paradise along the majestic 72-mile shoreline of Lake Tahoe.
The Lodge to Lodge Network is a self planned paddle trip along Lake Tahoe utilizing campgrounds, lakeshore lodging properties, and Lake Tahoe Paddle Shops found on the Lake Tahoe Water Trail website.
The Lodge to Lodge Network allows paddlers to plan their trip duration to fit their schedule and ability. Days can be spent paddling alone or with local tour guides who share their knowledge of the natural, historical and geological points of interest along Lake Tahoe's waterscape, followed by a night time pampered at a lodge to relax and plan the next day's paddle tour. Tour guides are also available to teach safety and kayak training to ensure all skill levels can participate and feel comfortable during their lake adventure.
Lodging Style and Amenities
The Lake Tahoe Water Trail Map & Guide and Water Safety Stewards brochure include the 20 LTWT public launch/landing sites, as well as lodging properties and paddle shops.
Kayaking, canoeing or stand up paddle boarding along the 72-mile shoreline of Lake Tahoe.
Lake Tahoe water temperature is always frigid, even on the hottest days of summer.
- Beware of cold water shock and hypothermia
- Pay attention to changing wind and weather conditions
- Wear your SUP leash
- Carry a whistle and flashlight
- ALWAYS wear your life jacket!
Varies by campground and lodge