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Tahoe Cross-Country Skiing

Tahoe Cross-Country Skiing February 25, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Not everyone wants to throw themselves down a mountain on a pair of skis. For those people who want to enjoy the flatter surfaces of life, there are several cross-country skiing areas in the Tahoe area. Most of these areas are fee-based and have groomed, maintained trails and offer loads of open space...

Last Tracks Wine Tasting at Diamond Peak

Last Tracks Wine Tasting at Diamond Peak February 18, 2011 | Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
Enjoy the sunset and a glass of wine and then end the evening with a ski or board down a fresh corduroy run. The Last Tracks Wine Tasting event is held every Saturday at Diamond Peak‘s mid-mountain Snowflake Lodge and participants can sample featured wines and tasty appetizers. The evening is...

Lake Tahoe Winter Boat Tours

Lake Tahoe Winter Boat Tours February 8, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Even though most visitors to the Lake Tahoe area in the winter stick to the snow-covered slopes, you can still enjoy the water of the blue lake during the cold months. For the past few weeks, the Tahoe area has been receiving record high temperatures and beautiful, sunny days. These are the best times...

Tahoe Sledding and Tubing

Tahoe Sledding and Tubing January 27, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
There are several great places to go sledding around the Tahoe area. Some of these slippery slopes are located at various ski resorts like Tahoe Donner, Northstar-at-Tahoe, Squaw Valley USA and at the top of the Heavenly Gondola area. These sled parks are maintained and groomed and some have sled lifts...

Gay and Lesbian Lake Tahoe

Gay and Lesbian Lake Tahoe January 13, 2011 | Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
Lake Tahoe in the winter is a hot spot for all couples, including gay and lesbian couples. This winter, the Tahoe area will be holding the 16th Annual Winterfest Gay and Lesbian Ski Week from March 6-13, 2011. This event is great for both skiers and non skiers and will feature a week of winter sports,...

Lake Tahoe Backwoods Adventures

Lake Tahoe Backwoods Adventures December 28, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
Lake Tahoe is very popular in the winter (especially with this great snow) and the crowds can be a bit of a hassle. However, there are places up at the lake where you can get away from other visitors. These snow sports are off the beaten path: Cross Country Skiing There are some great cross country skiing...

A Family Friendly Holiday at Lake Tahoe

A Family Friendly Holiday at Lake Tahoe December 3, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
Lake Tahoe, with its gaming and ski resorts, is not just for the adults. This holiday season will light up with fun and activities for the children too. From Noel Lights at the Village at Northstar to extreme snow tubing at Heavenly, kids of all ages will be able to find something to do. Holiday Lights...

Tahoe Souvenirs on a Shoestring

Tahoe Souvenirs on a Shoestring November 19, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
You’ve decided to spend your holidays up at Lake Tahoe. After you’ve enjoyed a bit of skiing or boarding, some ice skating and some great views of the lake and the mountains, you will want to bring home a bit of the lake to your family and friends. Anyone can pick up a Lake Tahoe t-shirt...

Five Places to Warm Up Around Lake Tahoe

Five Places to Warm Up Around Lake Tahoe November 2, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
Brrrr! It’s getting cold out there. The Lake Tahoe ski resorts are beginning to get their slopes ready for the winter season and the snow is just around the corner. If you’re going to be spending your winter up at the lake, you will be spending it in temperatures in the teens to low 20s on...

Lake Tahoe Fall Color

Lake Tahoe Fall Color October 8, 2010 | Things to Do | Read More
In the midst of the pine trees that surround Lake Tahoe, there are patches of Quaking Aspen that are glorious in the fall. Tahoe fall can either be long and warm or short and sweet – depending on the weather and when the cold and snow sets in. However, if you do come up to the lake during this time,...
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