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Granlibakken was the 2010 site for the Family Nature Summit, a volunteer-run, non-profit group that gathers annually in the US for a weeklong summit. To read more, click here.




Think of Us as Greenlibakken

   Lake Tahoe Environment

 

Working with our neighbors and visitors, we hope to preserve Granlibakken's and Lake Tahoe's natural environment. Our goals include:

  • improving, restoring and managing our natural habitat
  • conserving water and energy
  • reducing our waste stream
  • promoting awareness and greener lifestyles among guests and employees

To learn more about some of our eco-partnerships, read on or download our Greenlibakken newsletter.

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Granlibakken is uniquely located, surrounded by the Tahoe National Forest. Local, state and federal agencies work with us to restore the natural balance, improve the habitat for forest wildlife and promote fire safety with defensible space.

  • North Tahoe Fire Protection District (NLTFPD)

  • Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA)

  • Nevada Fire Safe Council

  • United States Forest Service, Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit

  • Replacing outdated lighting and appliances with more energy-efficient systems is key to energy conservation. Granlibakken relies on the experts for recommendations.

  • Sierra Pacific Power

  • Utility Energy Forum

  • Recycling reduces Granlibakken's environmental impact. Although Lake Tahoe area trash is sorted at the receiving center, Granlibakken presorts cardboard, glass, plastic, aluminum and paper to streamline the effort. We also recycle batteries, ink cartridges, light bulbs and road sand.

  • Tahoe Truckee Sierra Disposal.

  • Shared transportation also reduces our carbon footprint. Granlibakken provides shuttles to Tahoe City and Emerald Bay. We also encourage carpooling, using winter ski area shuttles, and taking not-so-mass transit around the Tahoe Basin and to Reno.

  • North Lake Tahoe Express. to Reno-Tahoe International Airport and Sierra Summit shopping.

  • Tahoe Area Regional Transit. Bus service along 30 miles of Lake Tahoe shoreline, including Tahoma, Homewood, Tahoe City, Kings Beach and Incline Village.

  • Tahoe Trolley. Serving Tahoe City, Squaw Valley, Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach, Crystal Bay and Incline Village.

  • For environmental inspiration, the Barker Pass to Tahoe City segment of the volunteer-maintained, multi-use Tahoe Rim Trail borders Granlibakken.

  • Tahoe Rim Trail Promoting healthy, environmentally responsible outdoor recreation and providing access to the beauty of the Lake Tahoe region.

  • During the holiday season, our local Boy Scout Troop can cut and deliver a white fir Christmas tree to your condo (for a fee). These efforts contribute to the forestry clearing and health (fire safety) at Tahoe as well as to our local Boy Scouts.

    Keep the Sierra GreenGranlibakken is an accepted business member of the Keep the Sierra Green program.