Berners at Play in Tahoe
Berners at Play in Tahoe – Tahoe Cross Country Center
Tahoe Cross Country welcomes dogs to join their owners while they cross country ski. There are more than 8 kilometers of trails that can help tire your pup out. As long as our dog remains under your voice they are permitted to run free. They will be sure to meet other dogs on the trails and have a blast!
Berners at Play in Tahoe – Alibi Ale Works
Alibi Ale Works is a local craft brewery that is enjoyed by owners and dogs alike. Alibi has a wide range of rotating beers that are brewed with Lake Tahoe Water. There are a few different rooms that you can settle in your brew and your best friend. Dogs are required to be on a leash and well trained.
Berners at Play in Tahoe – Tahoe City Winter Sports Park
Tahoe City Winter Sports Park is a great area for families to enjoy winter sports without having to trek to the resorts. The park includes a full-service lodge, you can access the sledding hill, 4 km of cross country trails, a snow shoe loop, and brand new ice rink. This option is great for kids and well behaved dogs on leash are welcome on the snowshoe trail and rink side.
Berners at Play in Tahoe – Waterman’s Landing
This popular dog friendly beach is a hit during summer and even in the winter. Whether your dog likes to take a quick dip in the water or roll around in the snow on the beach, Waterman’s Landing is guaranteed to make a wag in your dog’s tail.
Berners at Play in Tahoe – Page Meadows
Plenty of happy feet have made these trails easy to access, even after the big snow. Drive down Highway 89 from Tahoe City and turn right on Pine Street. Veer right Tahoe Park Heights Drive and continue up the steep hill (make sure your tires are ready for the climb!) Turn right on Big Pine Drive and make your first left on Silvertip Drive. The unmarked trail begins at the end of Silvertip. Park here and follow the footpaths and you’ll be led to the beautiful meadows.
Berners at Play in Tahoe – The Ritz
When only a traditional hotel will do, we can suggest several, in several price ranges. If you can afford to put on the Ritz, the five-star Ritz-Carlton Tahoe is poised to roll out the red carpet for you and your pet. The $125 per-stay fee isn’t as hefty as it sounds if amortized over a few days, and there’s lots to do in the vicinity, starting with skiing right out the door (er, not with your dog, of course).Trek down to the Village at Northstar and watch ice-skaters twirl while you enjoy a rink-side libation with Spot.