Hot Springs

SUP to Hot Springs on Lake Tahoe

SUP-ing Lake Tahoe's hot springs

SUP-ing Lake Tahoe's hot springs    Photo: Courtesy of Tahoe Paddle & Oar

The secret to cold-water stand up paddleboarding? Hot springs, like those on Lake Tahoe’s north shore. Pick up boards from Tahoe Paddle & Oar ($90/person guided tour and rental; and from Kings Beach State Recreation Area, paddle 30 minutes east along ponderosa forest to the granite-rimmed Crystal Bay. On the return trip, stop to warm up by the 120-degree Brockway Hot Springs, a three-pool cascade that warms the lake’s frigid waters.

Filed To: Paddleboarding, Travel, Lake Tahoe

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