12pm We’re bringing the beach to Tahoe Donner Downhill! Tropical drinks food...d and live music are just a few of the fun things we’ve got planned. Wear your Hawaiian shirt, grass skirt and leis. more>
8:00am Early access to Shirley Lake & Granite Chief. Dawn Patrol is a unique... early morning mountain experience that includes exclusive access to untouched corduroy or fresh powder depending on the weather. Dawn Patrollers arrive before the general public and take the Tram to High Camp before anyone else.more>
11:30am North Tahoe Arts & the BEAR League invite children of all ages to... stop by the North Tahoe Arts Center after the SnowFest! Parade to paint a wooden bear. Refreshments will be provided. There will be a bear art exhibit in our upstairs gallery in conjunction with this event. Children can see what a bear den looks like and learn about the bears around Lake Tahoe. For more information email to info@northtahoe​arts.com. 530.581.2787
12:30pm Immediately after the parade. Join in all the fun at Pete's for drink...ink specials and all the rest of the festivities! This is where the prizes get awarded for the parade, so make sure to see who wins! Fun to be had by all with the Vulcan's of the St. Paul Winter Carnival in Minnesota, the Tahoe Miners and "Those Guys from Wisconsin!"more>
11:00am - 12:30pm Hang with the locals and Dennis Loo...famous bartender... of Rosie's Cafe, and have a great time! There is food available...all ages, kid friendly atmosphere, and fun bar crowd! Parade announcing also takes place here...so come join the fun!more>
5:00pm HU is a Psychedelic Electro-Funk Rock quartet hailing from Lake Tahoe..., CA. HU is known for their powerful high energy performances, their tight songwriting and excellent musicianship. Drawing from such influences as Galactic, New Mastersounds, Gov't Mule. HU fuse's old school funk flavor with racous jams with hints of classic rock as well as flashes of electronica. . Featuring players Eric Matlock more>
4:45pm Bring the whole family to Northstar and be a part of the popular Ripperro... Parade taking place at the Village at Northstar! The loveable Ski & Snowboard School mascot will lead guests through the Village filled with music, singing, dancing, and loads of fun. Ripperoo parades leaves from the Adventure, Learning & Guiding Center located next door to the Season Pass Office, on the corner opposite the 001 Oakley store. Call 1.800.GO.NORTH (1.800.466.6784) for information.more>
4pm Take the last chairlift up to Snowflake Lodge and enjoy wine tasting...g and appetizers before skiing or snowboarding down a groomed run at sunset. Must be at least an intermediate skier/boarder. Pick up your ticket at Guest Services at 2:30pm and get in some runs before Last Tracks at 4pm. Must be 21 or older with valid ID.
7am Come down to the Annual Firefighter's Pancake Breakfast! Pancakes Sausage...e, Coffee, Orange Juice & Milk with be served. Proceeds to benefit the North Tahoe Firefighters Association. This is a fun event for the whole family. more>
10 am Join the Tahoe Rim Trail Association on a challenging 8 mile hike (not... for beginner snowshoers). Be certain that you can manage the distance before registering. The rewards are worth the climb to Martis Peak Look-out. There are 360 degree views of the Tahoe Basin, Truckee and Donner Pass, the Sierra Buttes, the Truckee Meadows, and the mountain ranges to the east. Bring your camera!
The hike is free but egistration is required.more>
day Calling all lady riders. This camp is for you... Whether you're a seasoned... expert looking for a few tips or you've mastered the intermediate slopes and you're reaching for your first black-diamond descent, our professional and fun female coaches are ready to help you become a better rider. Our women's programs are the perfect opportunity for you to meet other women who are passionate about the snow!
Camps include on mountain coaching, video analysis and apres ski activities.
All Women's Camp Dates:
March 3-5 (Snowboarding)
Sugar Bowl is teaming up with Boarding for Breast Cancer to Shred The Love..... The resort will be holding a rail jam in the Switching Yard Terrain Park. All entry fees from these events will go to education, prevention and awareness of breast cancer. All proceeds from the rail jam will be donated to these charities.more>
7:30am Northstar's award-winning corduroy and legendary tree skiing is some... of the best in North America.Every Saturday through the end of the ski/snowboard season you can get first dibs on them when you sign up for First Tracks at Northstar (weather & conditions permitting).
Recommended for Advanced (levels 6+) skiers and riders, ages 13+
Sign up in advance at Tickets & Season Pass Office in the Village at Northstar or call 530.562.2267 or 1.800.GO.NORTH.
11am - 2pm Two days a week skiers and riders can cruise Boreal with Woodward... Tahoe Coach Brandon Hollins. Participants will meet at the Woodward Tent located in the base lodge. Ride with Woodward is free for park riders of all abilities(basic skiing and snowboarding skills required for park coaching)…all you need is a Boreal season pass or valid lift ticket!
2pm Participants compete in a swimming race in Lake Tahoe (40 degree) water..., beyond the end of the Pier and back (approx. 225 yards). Hundreds gather to watch these brave souls who think that swimming in freezing water is fun!! Come join in with the swimmers, or just come and have a Wet Woody and watch with the masses. Prizes for men's and women's categories... HUGE raffle at the bar after.more>
No time given Saturday: Public is invited to come watch the race Sunday:...: "Plungefest" brave souls with warm hearts help raise funds by taking a swim in the lake.
This event helps raise money for the Special Olympicsmore>
9am-6pm The Rahlves' Banzai Tour 2012 Squaw Valley. Ski and Snowboard cross...oss head to head action, 4 at a time on an open set course. From the top to the bottom over natural terrain and snow conditions. First to the bottom wins.more>
various times Make plans to be here for another great celebration. Every...ery spring since 1982, North Lake Tahoe comes alive with ten fun-filled days and nights, jam packed with events and activities for all ages. This year, the annual favorites will be back, along with a host of great new ones. On and off the mountain, at North Tahoe's numerous resorts and vibrant lakeside neighborhoods, there's something for everyone. Enjoy on-snow events at resorts like Squaw Valley USA, Alpine Meadows, Homewood, Diamond Peak, and Northstar-at-Tahoe; Participate in special events, parades, races, parties, concerts, theater; and of course, there's plenty of wining and dining to be had at North Lake Tahoe's fine restaurants and lively establishments.