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First let's go underwater at Lake Tahoe

Tahoe Science Center at University of California Davis takes you on a tour of Lake Tahoe like no other, in this Lake Tahoe In Depth 2D Movie.

Fascinating Underwater Images of Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

The folks at US Geological Survey have created a fabulous site that includes beautiful animations of Tahoe below the water! It includes: U.S. Geological Survey, Lake Tahoe Initiative, Geography and History, Lake Facts, GIS Data, DEM, DOQ, DLG, DRG, Bathymetry, Landsat 7, Landcover, Census, Soils, Partners, Help Desk, General Maps, Pictures, and more Lake Tahoe, and more Lake Tahoe Sources.

Can you guess where you would be standing on Lake Tahoe, if you were actually viewing the Lake bottom as shown in the image below? Hint: South Lake Tahoe is on the distant shore. Click on the image find out on the USGS Lake Tahoe Data Clearinghouse; then, start your discovery by searching for Lake Tahoe seafloor maps...

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More About North Lake Tahoe

Much of the area surrounding North Lake Tahoe is devoted to tourism. As you drive along the lakeshore at the North end of Lake Tahoe, you pass through the Lake's most diverse variety of restaurants, ski slopes, casinos, shops and housing. North Lake Tahoe caters to a wide variety of visitor tastes and pocketbooks from the most upscale and expensive to the most economical

The wide variety of choices along the North Shore of Lake Tahoe is the reason why tousands of people from all over Nevada and California, including Las Vegas, Los Angeles San Diego and San Francisco, flock to this area of Lake Tahoe.

Lake Tahoe's economy...

... is all about tourism, and that means fun. The surrounding Sierra Nevada mountains provide excellent skiing in the winter and the lake itself is a draw for tourism in the summer. Additionally, recreation, retail, government, service-industry, restaurants and construction provide a good number of jobs for local residents.

The folks at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, have compiled more statistics about Sunnyside-Tahoe City.

The latitude for Sunnyside, Tahoe City, CA 96145, USA is: 39.14324 and the longitude is: -120.153525.

CDPs: Dollar Point | Foresthill | Granite Bay | Kings Beach | Meadow Vista | North Auburn | Sunnyside-Tahoe City | Tahoe Vista.

These unincorporated communities are at Lake Tahoe: Applegate | Carnelian Bay | Dutch Flat | Homewood | Newcastle | Penryn | Sheridan | Squaw Valley | Weimar.