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Ski Resort Openings + Health & Safety Protocols

Ski Resort Openings + Health & Safety Protocols

Since ski resorts are about to resume operations as temperatures continue to stay cool, this what you need to know before trying to ski or ride at one of Tahoe’s main ski resorts this winter during the coronavirus pandemic.

Winter Travel Resources

Winter Travel Resources

Comprehensive links to Lake Tahoe’s webcams. Plan your visit using the webcams available in ski resorts, mountains, lake and roads, and have a live view of the weather and traffic conditions.

Winter Job Opportunities in Lake Tahoe

Winter Job Opportunities in Lake Tahoe

Tahoe ski resorts are still gearing up for winter and looking to hire employees for a myriad of jobs. Many resorts also provide food and beverage discounts, season pass and lift ticket perks, resources on housing, and opportunities to move up in the ski industry.

Best Lake Tahoe Autumn Hikes for Leaf Peepers

Best Lake Tahoe Autumn Hikes for Leaf Peepers

There are so many great hikes in the Tahoe area, it’s hard to stick to just these. My advice is that when you drive around Lake Tahoe, stop and smell the pine trees and you may end up on a trail that unlocks more of nature’s gems.

4 Best Spots to Stargaze in Lake Tahoe

4 Best Spots to Stargaze in Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe features almost 300 cloud-free nights every year, which makes the area ideal to watch a meteor shower. If you’re passionate about astronomy and use to carry your telescope wherever you go, or if you just enjoy spending the night contemplating the milky way and counting shooting stars (with friends or by yourself), this guide will help you get to the best spots in Lake Tahoe.

Be the right kind of visitor?  Guide to Visiting Tahoe – Responsibly

Be the right kind of visitor? Guide to Visiting Tahoe – Responsibly

Epic Mountain Biking abounds in the Lake Tahoe area. Lake Tahoe mountain biking options include some world famous trails such as Mr. Toads Wild Ride, Tahoe Flume Trail, The Tahoe Rim Trail, Hole in the Ground, Big Chief, Tyrolean Downhill, Western States, Jackass and many more.

Lake Tahoe Wildlife and How to Deal with Encounters

Lake Tahoe Wildlife and How to Deal with Encounters

The Lake Tahoe area offers the chance to see Golden Eagles, Black Bears, Bobcats, birds such as the Mountain Chickadees, Owls, Bats and much more. While seeing them in the wild is one thing, what to do when you find a bear in your home is another. Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care and the Bear League can assist.

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