This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$250 - $775 per night 2-4 night min stay
$300 - $750 per night 2-5 night min stay
$280 - $700 per night 0-5 night min stay
$275 per night 3-5 night min stay
$215 per night 2 night min stay
Highland Woods Travel Tips
Great Biking Begins at Highland Woods Lodging
If you're ready to toss your bikes onto the rack and head out for some fun, point yourself in the direction of South Lake Tahoe in the scenic Sierra Nevada mountain range. Highland Woods lodging offers many rentals, making it easy to set up a base camp with all of the comforts of home. Highland Woods lodging offers a wide range of accommodations that can sleep from 2 to 12. If you look online for Lake Tahoe vacation rentals you can find detailed descriptions and photos of each property along with contact information and availability.
Biking in South Lake Tahoe
Once you're settled in one of the Highland Woods cabins, you may be tempted to kick back and enjoy the view instead of hitting the trails. It's beautiful country and Highland Woods cabins are situated in gorgeous territory. But if you came to bike, there are many trails waiting to be enjoyed. If you want to warm up on a paved trail, try out the South Lake Tahoe Bike Path. The path starts out at El Dorado Beach by Highway 50 and is a major hub connecting many of the South Lake Tahoe bike paths. The path crosses several creeks and the Upper Truckee River.
Biking Excitement for All Skill Levels
Mountain biking trails in South Lake Tahoe are exhilarating. If you're a beginner, try the Angora Lakes Climb. An eight mile trail that is part pavement and part dirt, the path offers a conservative 800 foot gain in elevation. For a good workout on a narrow dirt path, consider the Flume Trail, named for the old wooden flume that moved logs down the mountain. For the skilled high speed biker, try Mr. Toad's Wild Ride. The name of this trail says it all, describing a quickly descending trail with lots of twists and turns.