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Guide to Paddling Lake Tahoe in Any Season

Guide to Paddling Lake Tahoe in Any Season

Paddleboarding, kayaking, or doing any type of human-powered activity for however much time you have on Big Blue can give you an amazing workout, but it’s good to know when the best time of the year to paddle is and how to stay safe out on the water.

The 5 W’s and FAQ of Cross-Country Skiing in Lake Tahoe

The 5 W’s and FAQ of Cross-Country Skiing in Lake Tahoe

It can be hard to know where to start Cross Country Skiing in the Sierra Nevada. This Tahoe Cross Country FAQ covers the five W’s and frequent questions about where to go, what to wear, when to ski, why get into the sport, and more…

Lake Tahoe Cross Country Ski Guide

Lake Tahoe Cross Country Ski Guide

Lake Tahoe cross-country centers are doing their best to stay open while providing incredible Tahoe cross-country skiing experiences meant to take your mind away from what’s going on in the rest of the world, and appeal to people of all ages and abilities.

Ten Things to Do in Tahoe When You’re Stuck Indoors

Ten Things to Do in Tahoe When You’re Stuck Indoors

A lot of people are staying at home these days to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, and a few snowstorms have come through Tahoe the last couple of weeks leaving the roads icy and cold. Therefore, with stay-at-home orders in effect and the chance for snow coming through Tahoe on Christmas, it’s probably a good idea to just hunker down for a while.

Winter of Backcountry Ski & Snowboard in Lake Tahoe

Winter of Backcountry Ski & Snowboard in Lake Tahoe

The Tahoe backcountry is an amazing experience and does offer something for everyone. BUT all that open white stuff comes with some risk and should be treated with respect. Be prepared and check out these resources for heading out.

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 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.

To Buy or Not to Buy a Season Pass in the time of Covid

To Buy or Not to Buy a Season Pass in the time of Covid

For skiers and snowboarders spring is usually the time to choose or renew your ski season pass for the following year. Due to Covid-19 there are challenges so what do you do? Forego the pass for ski or snowboard day passes, try a new local mountain, renew your IKON pass or EPIC pass, or just buy a sled.

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.

5 Best Places to Fly a Drone in Lake Tahoe’s East Shore

5 Best Places to Fly a Drone in Lake Tahoe’s East Shore

Lake Tahoe Basin has some of the most beautiful aerial views in the United States, especially because of its particularly clear-water beaches, which let photography lovers get unique footage while using their drones’ cameras.


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Guide to Paddling Lake Tahoe in Any Season

Guide to Paddling Lake Tahoe in Any Season

Paddleboarding, kayaking, or doing any type of human-powered activity for however much time you have on Big Blue can give you an amazing workout, but it’s good to know when the best time of the year to paddle is and how to stay safe out on the water.

The 5 W’s and FAQ of Cross-Country Skiing in Lake Tahoe

The 5 W’s and FAQ of Cross-Country Skiing in Lake Tahoe

It can be hard to know where to start Cross Country Skiing in the Sierra Nevada. This Tahoe Cross Country FAQ covers the five W’s and frequent questions about where to go, what to wear, when to ski, why get into the sport, and more…

Lake Tahoe Cross Country Ski Guide

Lake Tahoe Cross Country Ski Guide

Lake Tahoe cross-country centers are doing their best to stay open while providing incredible Tahoe cross-country skiing experiences meant to take your mind away from what’s going on in the rest of the world, and appeal to people of all ages and abilities.

Ten Things to Do in Tahoe When You’re Stuck Indoors

Ten Things to Do in Tahoe When You’re Stuck Indoors

A lot of people are staying at home these days to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, and a few snowstorms have come through Tahoe the last couple of weeks leaving the roads icy and cold. Therefore, with stay-at-home orders in effect and the chance for snow coming through Tahoe on Christmas, it’s probably a good idea to just hunker down for a while.

Winter of Backcountry Ski & Snowboard in Lake Tahoe

Winter of Backcountry Ski & Snowboard in Lake Tahoe

The Tahoe backcountry is an amazing experience and does offer something for everyone. BUT all that open white stuff comes with some risk and should be treated with respect. Be prepared and check out these resources for heading out.

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 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.

To Buy or Not to Buy a Season Pass in the time of Covid

To Buy or Not to Buy a Season Pass in the time of Covid

For skiers and snowboarders spring is usually the time to choose or renew your ski season pass for the following year. Due to Covid-19 there are challenges so what do you do? Forego the pass for ski or snowboard day passes, try a new local mountain, renew your IKON pass or EPIC pass, or just buy a sled.

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.

5 Best Places to Fly a Drone in Lake Tahoe’s East Shore

5 Best Places to Fly a Drone in Lake Tahoe’s East Shore

Lake Tahoe Basin has some of the most beautiful aerial views in the United States, especially because of its particularly clear-water beaches, which let photography lovers get unique footage while using their drones’ cameras.


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Ski Resort Guide | Lake Tahoe – California – Nevada

Ski Resort Guide | Lake Tahoe – California – Nevada

Guide to Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts | Lake Tahoe Skiing FAQ The Lake Tahoe area has an incredible concentration of ski resorts that cater to skiers and snowboarders of all levels.  While many are familiar with the larger resorts such as Heavenly and Squaw Valley (now...

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