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Egg-citing Happenings in North Lake Tahoe

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

Photo Credit - Alena Grace Photography


Spring has sprung and Easter is quickly approaching. If you haven’t already bought your ham and invited the in-laws over, here’s a list of happenings in the North Lake Tahoe area.  Weather is looking like highs in the mid 50’s and partly cloudy skies… in other words, a perfect spring day.


Egg Hunts

Easter EGG HUNT at the Hyatt Regency
11:30 a.m. – Join us for Tahoe’s best lakeside Easter Egg Hunt! At 11:30 a.m., children ages 2 to 5 years old will have their very own Easter egg hunt and at 1:30 p.m. kids 6 and up will hunt for eggs including the GOLDEN EGG! Also making an appearance on Easter Sunday is the Easter Bunny! It’s going to be a ton of fun for all ages!


Easter Egg Hunt – Resort at Squaw Creek

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9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. The Resort at Squaw Creek will offer three different Easter Egg Hunts for kids of all ages. At 9:30am in the Alpine Ballroom, children ages 2-6 years are invited to join in some traditional Easter fun followed by a Junior Easter Egg Hunt at 10:30am for kids ages 7-13. Families are welcome to our first ever Underwater Easter Egg Hunt at the Resort Pool from 2:00pm-2:30pm.


Easter and Egg Hunt at Squaw Valley
An all day event – Squaw’s annual on-mountain Easter egg hunt begins the moment the lifts open on Sunday. Get your Easter basket ready and hunt for colored eggs all over the mountain. This year, one lucky winner will find a GOLDEN EGG. Within the golden egg lies a 2012-13 Bronze season pass. Clues will be provided throughout the day via twitter, the Squaw smartphone app and Facebook.



Easter Sunday Brunch at River Ranch
10 a.m. – 2 p.m. – Affordable brunch menu at the River Ranch including traditional brunch items and some lunch favorites from $12.95-$18.95. Enjoy a table overlooking the river. Reservations highly suggested and can be made by calling (530) 583-4264.


Easter Brunch at Resort at Squaw Creek
10 a.m. – 2 p.m. – Resort at Squaw Creek will offer an interactive “open kitchen” brunch. A special kid’s menu will be offered for the young ones. For reservations call (530) 581-6615.


Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet at Jake’s, Tahoe City
10 a.m. – 2 p.m. – Head to Jake’s for a Easter Brunch Buffet featuring mouth watering items such as fresh ceviche, veggie & goat cheese frittatas, chicken apple sausage, made-to-order omelets and much more. $24/adult, $12/child. Kids may even find a few Easter eggs. Reservations recommended. Please call (530) 583-0188 or visit


Easter Brunch at Lone Eagle Grille
10 a.m. – 3 p.m. The Lone Eagle Grille has Easter all planned out. Join them for an amazing lakeside Easter Sunday brunch buffet. See the full menu here. Peep peep.


Other Happenings

Community Appreciation Day – Diamond Peak, Incline Village, NV
An all day event – anyone who lives within a 50 mile radius of Diamond Peak can purchase an adult lift ticket for only $20. Must show proof of residency. For more information call (775) 832-1177.


Spring Music Series featuring Mojo Green – Alpine Meadows Sun Deck, Tahoe City
1 p.m. – 4 p.m. – Join Alpine on the Sun Deck for a rockin’ good time with Mojo Green.



Tahoe Resort Openings, More Ski/Board Updates

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

Meteorologists are predicting another banner winter in North Lake Tahoe. Last year, the destination received more than 70 feet of snow, making for epic conditions December through May.


Planned Opening Dates (subject to conditions)

Alpine Meadows: TBD

Boreal Mountain Resort: October 31

Diamond Peak: December 15

Granlibakken: December 16

Homewood Mountain Resort: TBD

Mt. Rose – Ski Tahoe: November 23

Northstar: November 18

Squaw Valley: November 23

Sugar Bowl: TBD



Resort Improvements


We mentioned a lot of the ski/board resort improvements in our last update, but we’ve picked up a few more in the past week that we’d like to share.


Granlibakken, which has an intimate, beginner ski hill, and lift access to cross country skiing is perfect for those just learning, along with Nordic skiers. New this year is the Lighthouse Spa with a variety of treatments, such as massage therapy, skincare, manicures and pedicures, body waxing and healing treatments. (Photo, right: The sled hill at Granlibakken)


Homewood Mountain Resort, on the West Shore, is the second resort in North America to install the Magnestick chair lift safety technology. (It was introduced at Alpine Meadows last winter.) The Magnestick chair lift safety system keeps kids in place on the lift through an electromagnetic seatback and corresponding magnetic vest worn by child riding a chair lift. When a child reaches the chair lift deboarding platform, the vest is deactivated allowing for a seamless release from the seatback. Magnestick has been installed on the resort’s Quail chairlift, which is adjacent to Homewood’s children center.


On Donner Summit, Sugar Bowl Ski Resort has skiers and riders saving on lift tickets every day of the season with their CORE Daily Pass. The pass, a points-based loyalty and rewards program, offers $15 off all-day rack rate lift ticket for just a $19 annual membership. CORE members also earn points every time they ski and ride, and for every qualifying dollar spent, it can be redeemed for free items across the resort. (Photo, left: Sugar Bowl during an early storm, October 6, 2011)


Get more information on North Lake Tahoe’s ski resorts here, and check out Cool Deals when booking your 2011/12 ski or board trip.

Valentine’s Day Romance at Lake Tahoe

Friday, February 11th, 2011

Valentine’s Day at Tahoe couldn’t be more romantic. In addition to Cool Deals on lodging, there are great specials on activities and dining. Here are details on some of the specials:


Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino, Incline Village offers Valentine’s Day dining specials February 12 – 14 at Lone Eagle Grill and Sierra Café along with a Sweets Package from Tahoe Provisions. Check out the Stillwater Spa for custom Valentine’s Day packages through February 20.


Resort at Squaw Creek has a romantic dinner special in their Six Peaks Grille February 14 and a “For the One You Love” spa special that includes massage, facial and pedicure along with champagne and a truffle.


West Shore Café offers a romantic lakefront setting along with special menu additions for Valentine’s Day. Dine February 14 on a meal curated for two.


Check out more special dining and activity specials on the Tahoe event calendar and look for Cool Deals to save.