Digital Nomad Guide to Lake Tahoe
A remote worker's guide to Lake Tahoe, including where to stay, where to ski, its best cafes and coworking options.
Where to stay in Lake Tahoe
Tahoe is most commonly divided between North and South. Both are beautiful, alluring, and very different from each other.
South Lake Tahoe
South Lake Tahoe is the largest city around the lake. It's home to more beautiful beaches than ski resorts, making it especially favorable during the summer months. It's also where you'll find Outsite Tahoe, as well as a plethora of shops, restaurants, bars, and casino resorts.
North Lake Tahoe
Serene North Lake Tahoe is comprised of small, upscale cities and towns in California and Nevada like Tahoe City, Kings Beach, Carnelian Bay, Truckee, and more. It's less populated and quieter than its neighbor, South Tahoe. This is where you'll find the majority of the best ski resorts like Squaw Valley and Northstar. It's where you want to be to escape the crowds and connect to nature.
The area also referred to as the Reno-Tahoe Territory, has it all, from mountains, meadows, urban cities, old-west style towns, casinos, and outdoor activities. The city of Reno, "The Biggest Little City in the World," offers casinos, restaurants, nightlife, museums, and year-round events.
Digital nomad communities in Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe's digital nomad community is growing, specifically in South Lake. Slightly more budget-friendly than neighboring North Lake Tahoe, with many scenic hikes in the Sierra Nevada, a few coworking spaces, and easy access to the slopes more remote workers are heading here. As a guest at Outsite Lake Tahoe, you'll have access to our WhatsApp group where you can connect with other Members.
Coworking Spaces in Lake Tahoe
Outsite Lake Tahoe was designed for remote workers. You'll find desks in every room, and common spaces perfect for plugging in and getting to work.
This coworking space was the first of its kind in South Lake Tahoe. It's spacious with desks, offices, meeting rooms, and phone booths available. They also have a kitchen with coffee and beer on tap, as well as a shower - perfect if you find yourself wanting to stop by after a hike.
Tahoe Mill has two locations in North Lake Tahoe. Find them on Alpine Meadows Road or downtown Tahoe City. Both locations offer desks, private offices, and dedicated meeting spaces available to rent by the day, week, or month.
Where to Ski in Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe is home to some of the best skiing in the US, if not the world. About 400 inches of fresh powder falls on these slopes each year, making Tahoe a top skiing and snowboarding destination. Here you'll find more than 16 ski resorts perfect for hitting the slopes or enjoying an après ski drink by the fireplace. A few of the top rates resorts here are Palisades, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Sugar Bowl, and Sierra-at-Tahoe.
Coffee shops with WiFi in Lake Tahoe
Cafe meets bookstore meets coworking. Cuppa Tahoe serves snacks, and pastries, and has a great selection of books. Cozy up in one of their reading nooks, dedicated workspace areas, or conference room. Regular and standing desks available, 2 call booths, outlets everywhere.
A stylish and modern cafe with a minimalist atmosphere. Come for the fast wifi, great service, and delicious food and drink.
Gyms and yoga studios in Lake Tahoe
A welcoming studio offering a wide range of classes, outdoor events, and paddleboarding yoga classes in the summer.
Gym Love is open to its members 24 hours a day. Its amenities include a rock climbing wall and infrared sauna. You'll also find personal trainers and fit testing available.
They offer daily yoga classes, Massage Therapy, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, and Ayurveda, complemented by workshops, trainings, and special events.
A great, accommodating, and air-conditioned gym with coaching, power-lifting, cardio, endurance equipment
Groceries and shopping in Lake Tahoe
Meyers Mountain Market in South Lake Tahoe. You'll find arts & crafts vendors, fresh produce, food trucks, fresh baked goods, and beyond.
Raley's, Safeway, and Whole Foods are popular grocery stores that are all under 5 minutes away from Outsite.
Lake Tahoe is easily accessible by car. It's a 3.5 hour drive from San Francisco and 7.5 hour drive from Los Angeles. The closest airport is Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO). From there, it's a little over an hour to South Lake Tahoe, and just under an hour to North Lake Tahoe.
North Lake Tahoe Express provides year-round shuttle service from the airport to the North Lake Tahoe-Truckee area. South Tahoe Airporter will bring you to residencies or hotels throughout South Tahoe.
You'll find that the majority of major resorts offer free shuttles to and from the slopes during the winter.
Looking for a place to stay in Lake Tahoe? Check out Outsite Lake Tahoe.