Outdoor winter adventure at Lake Tahoe is usually reserved for the ski slopes and backcountry traversing on skis or snowshoes.
Granlibakken Conference Center & Lodge, however, take the wintertime challenge to another level with California’s first Treetop Adventure Park, “where ropes course meets zip line on steroids.”
The adventure course consists of platforms installed along tree tops that are connected by various configurations of cable, wood, rope and zip lines to form bridges.
Fully harnessed guests can zip, climb, walk, and maneuver their way through various obstacle courses, each with varying degrees of skills and challenges that promote teamwork at 30-feet above the ground.
Outfitted in climbing harnesses and helmets, guests are connected to a belay system for added safety where adventurers of all ages can take to more than 50 platforms and bridges. There’s even a Flying Squirrel zone that caters to the young adventurers, ages 4+ and beginning climbers. The Flying Squirrel zone consists of 3 different kids’ ropes courses and includes a variety of bridges and zip lines, some nearly 300 feet long.
The Treetop Adventure Park is open Saturdays, Sundays and holidays through winter and any day for groups of 10 or more. Looking to change-up your Lake Tahoe weekend? The Family Getaway Package includes lodging, hot breakfast, sledding, deals at the Granlibakken Ski Hill and access to the Treetop Adventure Park.
How do you plan to spend your winter weekend at the lake?