While Clear Creek Tahoe is known for its breathtaking golf course, it also offers a range of winter activities.
Is winter even better than summer in Lake Tahoe? Many residents of Clear Creek Tahoe would argue that Lake Tahoe is an exciting destination year round.
During the winter, when residents are unable to take advantage of the Coore & Crenshaw golf course, members and guests can snowshoe or cross country ski around Clear Creek’s private, untouched land in the luxurious mountains above Lake Tahoe.
Also, located within miles of Tahoe’s best powder, Clear Creek shuttles residents 4 short blocks straight to the gondolas of Heavenly Mountain Resort. With 30 lifts and 100 trails crisscrossing across California and Nevada, through one of America’s largest snowmaking systems, Heavenly boasts some of the best views of Lake Tahoe.
After a slope-filled day, residents and members can return to Twin Pines Lake House & Ski House, designed by the iconic architect Julia Morgan, which becomes a cozy base camp for additional romantic or snowy adventures. Envisioned as a welcoming retreat for members to relax, the private lakeside home showcases its history with collections of local postcards, antique tobacco pipes, water skis and snow shoes, historic books on Tahoe, and local furniture.
The 1,576 acres of Clear Creek Tahoe offer an expansive stretch of pristine land filled with towering pines and majestic, 360-degree views that will ensure it remains a private retreat for decades to come. The developers also placed 853 of the property’s acres into a permanent conservation easement with The Nature Conservancy.
Complete with a world class golf course, state-of-the-art spa and wellness center, family campus, lake and ski house, and clubhouse, Clear Creek Tahoe offers all the amenities of modern, luxury living, nestled against one of the most amazing, intimate and serene environments of Lake Tahoe.
There are 268 estate lots ranging from ½ to nearly 5 acres and from $350,000 to $1,750,000 in price. The first phase of 121 lots has been released for sale and more than 20 home sites have closed since January 1, 2017.
Photos courtesy of Clear Creek Tahoe
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