The Palisades in Lake Tahoe
The Palisades is a neighborhood that epitomizes modern luxury. When you book a Lunabase home in The Palisades you can expect a full service team at your fingertips to help curate your perfect vacation. And, yes, that includes recreation!
These homes were artfully built for sustainability, and to draw from the beauty of nature. There are three different floor plans to choose from. The Traverse, is the largest single-family home with a sprawling upper deck. The Alpine, is a 4bdrm single-family home with two decks for sunbathing and stargazing. The Slalom, is a 4bdrm townhome with a large open concept floor plan.
Additionally, all of the homes offer unencumbered views of the landscape and a complimentary door-to-door shuttle to all the action. After all, the real prize is the location and the invitation to experience recreation at it’s finest; with these coveted destinations nearby.
Skiing at Palisades Tahoe
This iconic California ski resort has 6000 acres of skiable terrain, with 29 lifts, you’ll find everything from beginner to advance runs. On the North Shore of Lake Tahoe, Palisades Tahoe is 42 miles from Reno, 96 miles from Sacramento, and 196 miles from San Francisco, via Interstate 80. Find lots of Terrain Parks here for jumps and tricks. In the resort village you’ll be able to enjoy restaurants, bars and shopping; along with activities like sledding and yoga.
One of the largest freshwater alpine lakes, located in the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Lake Tahoe is known for it’s pristine beauty and gorgeous vistas of emerald color water set against the majestic snow-capped mountains. Swim, boat, paddle board or soak up the beauty from one of the sandy beaches.
The Truckee River is heavily used for recreation, including whitewater rafting and fly fishing. A common rafting destination is the River Ranch Lodge, grab a bite after you dock. The rapids are almost all class 1 and class 2. In Tahoe, there is walk/bike path along the river and so many spots to take a plunge or skip rocks. In downtown Reno, the river is a class 2/3 whitewater park, and is used mainly for kayaking.
The Palisades is located in the town of Olympic Valley, CA. Home to the 1960 Winter Olympics. The Olympic torch burns year round and makes for great photo op! The neighborhood is walking distant to a large park with a walking path, a playground and public pickleball courts. It’s is a great place for families to connect, while enjoying the fresh air and towering pine trees.
We invite you to Book a BASE for your next mountain adventure at The Palisades. Experience everything this unique location has to offer. Reach out to Lunabase, we are at your service to curate that special trip!