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Workcation Guide: Wander Tahoe Slopes

Ready for a workcation? Wander Tahoe Slopes has everything you need! Read on for the quick guide to Wander Tahoe Slopes!

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Workcation Guide: Wander Tahoe Slopes


A luxury mountain escape in Tahoe with gorgeous interior finishes, hot tub, sauna, gym and access to the world-class amenities at Northstar Resort. Whether you’re craving adventure, or just looking for rest and relaxation, this property has it all.

Getting there

By air, there are a couple of airport options:

  • Truckee Tahoe Airport (TKF), 8 miles from Wander Tahoe Slopes

  • Reno-Tahoe International Airport, 47 miles from Wander Tahoe Slopes

Whether you fly into Truckee Tahoe or Reno-Tahoe, there are multiple transportation options to get you from the airport to Wander Tahoe Slopes, including: Bell Limo and Tahoe Elite Car Service.


This 2,275 square foot home offers 3 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms and can sleep up to 10 with a bunk room with 2 Twin XL bunk beds and 2 Queen bunk beds. If you need additional sleeping space, The Ritz-Carlton Lake Tahoe is just 5 minutes away and a great option for additional guests.

You’ll also find workstations, washer and dryer, and gym space with a Peloton, Hydrow, treadmill and yoga mats.


  • Smart TVs

  • Ultra fast WiFi

  • USD/Wireless chargers

  • Gym space with Peloton, Hydrow, treadmill and yoga mats

  • Fire pit

  • Hot tub

  • Sauna

  • Eight Sleep Pod Pros

  • Mountain views

  • Security equipment

  • A stocked refrigerator

  • Basic Cooking supplies

  • Appliances

  • Nespresso coffee maker

  • Washer and dryer

  • Five Wits bathroom amenities

  • Dyson Hair dryer


The price per night is roughly  ~$1,399 ($8,391 for a week-long stay in August). This includes: taxes, amenities, snacks and drinks, Wi-Fi, and cleaning.


Availability is subject to change at any time based on customers booking in real-time. As of May 23, availability over the next 3 months is:

  • June 6-11; 19-23; 27-30

  • July 15-31

  • August 1-3; 7-26; 29-31

  • September 1-30



Go to the beach

Tahoe has immaculate beaches with fine-grain sand and water clearer than you can imagine. Some worth checking out are: Sand Harbor Beach- North Shore;  Lester Beach- West Shore; Baldwin Beach- South Lake Tahoe; Kiva Beach- South Lake Tahoe;  Secret Cove- Glenbrook

Mountain Biking

When it’s warm, Lake Tahoe is the perfect destination for mountain biking. Tahoe South is designated as a bike-friendly community, so there are plenty of bikes available for rent and lots of paths to take them on. For an exhilarating experience, head out to Saxon’s Creek and find out why it’s nicknamed Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride. Alternatively, you can have a leisurely bike ride on the path by Truckee River, Lake Tahoe’s sole outlet.

Take a Cruise

The warmer months are a terrific time to take a cruise to Emerald Bay, the only inlet to Lake Tahoe. While on the water, you can take in a view of the majestic mountains. Once you arrive at the park, you can enjoy nature or check out its many landmarks including Fannette Island, home to Mrs. Knight’s Tea House. and the majestic Vikingsholm Castle.

Go Golfing

If you love to golf, Lake Tahoe is the place to do it. Enjoy the serene surroundings of mountains and lakes as you golf the day away on the exciting greens the many centers the area have to offer.

Go Fishing

If you enjoy fishing, Lake Tahoe is the place to do it. There are many fishing charters on the south shore and experienced captains can tell you exactly where to dip your lines. The rivers and streams that flow into Lake Tahoe are teeming with fish, so you are sure to get a magnificent catch for dinner.

Listen to some live music

Music lovers rejoice. The South Lake Tahoe Summer Concerts brings a variety of world-class musicians to the area. Harvey’s Summer Concert Series is known for featuring Grammy award-winning entertainers. The Live at the Lakeview Music Series has musicians jamming tunes right on the beach.

Get out and hike

Nice weather and awesome views make hiking an ideal Lake Tahoe activity in the warmer months. Get on some comfortable shoes and check out the trails at:

·         Mount Tallac - South Lake Tahoe

·         Mount Rose - North Lake Tahoe

·         Eagle Falls and Eagle Lake Trail - South Lake Tahoe

·         Echo Lakes to Ralston Lake - South Lake Tahoe

·         Spooner to Marlette Lake - Glenbrook

Disc Golf

Ready for an awesome outdoors activity? Disc Golf involves throwing a disc at a target with rules that are similar to golf. It’s an ideal frisbee and golf combination!

Saddle up on horseback

Nature lovers will enjoy a horseback riding adventure. They are a great way to experience the serenity of the surrounding area. Various businesses offer 1 or 2 hour rides that take you through crystal clear lakes and majestic mountain areas. Some offer breakfast, lunch, and dinner rides with picnic-style meals.

There are so many adventures waiting for you at Lake Tahoe, such as an e-bike tour around the city or a 2-hour cruise with friends! Don't forget that your Wander Concierge is available to chat 24/7 to help you plan your trip!

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