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The Summer Happenings at North Lake Tahoe

North Lake Tahoe resorts never fail to deliver intriguing summer festivities and Summer 2014 is certainly no exception. Here is just a peek at the plethora of good times to be had on North Shore this...

Jun 5th 2014

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Hiking at Squaw Valley | Matt Palmer

7 Top Hikes at Lake Tahoe

It’s normal to assume that the ski resorts shut down once the winter is over. That’s not the case at Lake Tahoe. Northstar, Squaw Valley, Heavenly and Kirkwood turn into summer...

Jun 4th 2014

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Northstar California powder skiing

2013/14 Lake Tahoe winter wrap-up

Sad to admit it, but the winter season over.  It's time to store the skis and snowboards, reflect on the season, and start counting down to next winter.   What were your favorite moments of...

May 12th 2014

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Sunset over Lake Tahoe

2013/14 Lake Tahoe ski resort closing dates

For many, spring brings relief after a cold, long, winter. For others, it’s a bittersweet time, signaling the eventual end of ski season. The sad news for snow addicts is that the first of...

Apr 8th 2014

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Squaw Valley powder day - Photo by Jeff Engerbretson

Five Feet of New Snow in a Week – No Joke!

It’s true. March came in like a lion, and left like a lion, leaving five feet of fresh snow at the Ski Lake Tahoe resorts. This latest round of powerful Pacific storms has resulted in the...

Apr 3rd 2014

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Heavenly powder March 30.2014

March snowstorms dump nearly 4 feet of snow

Old Man Winter decided to pay Lake Tahoe a visit last week, bringing with him nearly four feet of new snow! As a result, conditions at the Ski Lake Tahoe resorts are currently awesome. The good...

Mar 31st 2014

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spring riding at Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe

6 reasons to plan a Lake Tahoe Spring Ski/Snowboard Vacation

Sure, it’s natural to associate a ski vacation with winter. I love snowstorms, cold toes and hot chocolate by a fire pit as much as the next person, but if you’ve never been to Lake...

Mar 17th 2014

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Rahlves Banzai at Sugar Bowl Ski Resort

Sugar Bowl’s Silver Belt Banzai has Deep Roots in Ski Racing

Back In the pre-FIS days of ski racing, before regulations, sanctions and rules, there were three preeminent events in all of Ski Country: Aspen held the Roch Cup , Sun Valley ran the Harriman Cup,...

Mar 14th 2014

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South Lake Tahoe Olympians

Celebrating Lake Tahoe’s Olympians

It’s not every destination that boasts as many Olympians or medalists as Lake Tahoe. And while we’re not ones to boast (ok, maybe a little), we’re very proud of all the home-grown...

Mar 11th 2014

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Tahoe lab - Dave Clock Photography

Ask a Local – TahoeLab

Entrepreneurs and mountain towns are not as oxymoronic as you might think.  Maybe it's the scenery or something in the water, but there are a number of burgeoning businesses in the basin. ...

Mar 6th 2014

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