ADVANCED WILDERNESS LIFE SUPPORT- LAKE TAHOE, CA

ADVANCED WILDERNESS LIFE SUPPORT- LAKE TAHOE, CA

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LAKE TAHOE, CA Majestic granite mountains covered with pine forest and classic blue skies surround this crystal-clear lake high in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. At 6000 feet, the Lake Tahoe region is well known for its year round mountain recreation and scenic vistas.  The course will be conducted in the North Tahoe Event Center facility located on the north shore of Lake Tahoe www.northtahoeevents.com

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 ACCOMMODATIONS: There are many lodging choices in the Lake Tahoe Region from luxury Inns to camping. For complete lodging information please visit: http://www.gotahoenorth.com/lodging/lodging- by-resorts-and-towns . There are many hidden gems in the region. 

TRAVEL: The nearest airport is located 45 minutes away in Reno, although Sacramento is only about 1.5 hours to the west. Both are well connected hubs. The course will be hosted at the beautiful North Tahoe Event Center in Kings Beach, CA. The venue sits, literally, on the sand and boasts stunning views of the surrounding lake and mountains 

NEARBY ACTIVITIES: Activities are abundant in the Tahoe Region. Mountain Biking the Flume Trail, visiting Emerald Cove, backpacking the Desolation Wilderness, climbing at Donner Summit, paddle boarding, kayaking, sailing, road biking, hiking the list goes on. Not to fret, we'll send you that list for reference. Book your trip with a few personal days. Spring Class? You might want to go skiing. There are a half dozen ski resorts that might be open during the April dates. Mt. Rose is in the backyard of the course, as well as Northstar and Squaw. Heavenly is to the south. Homewood is a small town gem located on the westside of the lake. Backcountry touring areas are plentiful.

CONTINUING EDUCATION: The Wilderness Medical Society designates this educational activity for a maximum of 20.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.