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Winter Fun in Tahoe That Isn’t Skiing or Snowboarding

Winter Fun in Tahoe That Isn’t Skiing or Snowboarding

So you’re not a skier or snowboarder but would still love to visit Tahoe this winter. Well, we say no skis, no problem! There are lots of winter adventures that don’t require any lift tickets, gear—or coordination. Read on for other winter fun ideas: Sledding: A true winter classic,...
Leaf Peeping, California Style

Leaf Peeping, California Style

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to travel far to catch the change of seasons—fall is just as spectacular in the northern parts of California. With mild weather along with stretches of forests, vineyards, and mountain ranges as far as the eye can see providing your backdrop, the...
A Guide to Spontaneous Travel

A Guide to Spontaneous Travel

For now, the days of planning trips a year in advance are on hold, meaning you can get up and go whenever you want, with nothing but the open road as your guide! While type-A personalities may cringe at having to wing it (but my itinerary), not having a...
Fall for Tahoe this Season

Fall for Tahoe this Season

Crisp mountain air. Vibrant fall colors. Smaller crowds with endless room to spread out. Did we mention smaller crowds? Fall is Tahoe’s best kept secret. The weather has cooled off just enough to enjoy spending more time outdoors, and the changing scenery provides you with the most stunning backdrop...
Fly In and Ski For Free

Fly In and Ski For Free

Did you know when you fly into the Reno-Tahoe airport you can get a FREE same-day lift ticket to Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows in Tahoe, California? All you have to do is present your same-day commercial airline boarding pass with a matching photo ID at the ticket office at...
Winter is Coming … it’s the First Snowfall in Tahoe!

Winter is Coming … it’s the First Snowfall in Tahoe!

Its official, September 10th, 2019 marks the first snowfall of the season for Tahoe! Locals have hopes for another incredible snow season seeing as their last season went well into the summer months. It’s expected that there will be 3-6 inches of snow with this first flurry of snow!...
The History of Squaw Valley and the Olympic Triumph

The History of Squaw Valley and the Olympic Triumph

Squaw Valley—also known as Olympic Valley—is one of the largest ski areas in the United States and houses a popular landmark for Northern Tahoe, the 1960 Olympic Games. It all began in 1942, when two ski adventurists, Wayne Paulsen and Alex Cushing, began building Squaw Valley Ski Resort. The...
A Week of Giving & Thanks

A Week of Giving & Thanks

It’s November which means it’s almost time for Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Giving Tuesday! While all are about kicking off the holidays, there is a difference. During Black Friday and Cyber Monday, stores give steep discounts to customers who are shopping for the holidays, whereas Giving Tuesday...
Head to Tahoe for the 4th of July!

Head to Tahoe for the 4th of July!

Go big Independence Day 2018 by planning for Tahoe on July 4th! On the South Shore, treat yourself to an experience that NBC’s Today Show recognizes as one of the country’s top Fourth of July celebrations, or plan a vacation on the North Shore to view fireworks from a...
Hot Tubbn’ & Star Gazing – Winter & Spring

Hot Tubbn’ & Star Gazing – Winter & Spring

Tahoe is known for its pristine wilderness and perfect snow days, but did you know it’s also a great place to stargaze? Tahoe’s stunning night skies are plentiful in stellar views and offer an array of different constellations depending on the season. It’s time to gather your favorite people...
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