Author Archives: Allegra Demerjian

  • 17 Getaway Ideas for Spring Break in North Tahoe

    Spring break in North Lake Tahoe is the perfect blend of adventure, excitement, relaxation, and of course, fresh powder. With summit depths nearing 250 inches after a string of generous storm cycles, a trip to the Sierra this spring promises to be anything but slushy. Beyond the countless outdoor adventures to be had, North Tahoe is also host to an…

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  • Relax those sore muscles and rejuvenate yourself at North Lake Tahoe's Hyatt regency.

    A Lovers’ Guide to North Lake Tahoe: Date Ideas for Spending Valentine’s Day in the Sierra

    One of the best things about winter is using the cold weather as an excuse to get nice and cozy with the one you love. With the snow-covered mountains as the perfect backdrop, North Lake Tahoe is a must for couples looking for a winter getaway. With Valentine’s Day on a Thursday this year, you can make it a long…

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  • Tahoe on a Budget

    Lake Tahoe is one of the biggest natural tourist attractions in the U.S. But just because the area is big doesn’t mean the travel budget needs to be big as well. From resorts to restaurants, the locals know the best tips and tricks to a thrill-filled vacation in Tahoe without breaking the bank. We asked and gathered their tips below.…

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  • Urban Living in Tahoe City and Small Town Comforts of Homewood

    If every city in Lake Tahoe was a cheese, Tahoe City would be Swiss cheese because of all the hole-in-the-wall outlets to explore. With niche shops, great dining, historic museums and more, it’s no wonder why Tahoe City is a local favorite hotspot. On the other hand, if a true escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday living sounds…

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  • A Tradition of Fine Dining

    Photo Credit: Big Water Grille by Chaco Mohler, WhereTraveler North Lake Tahoe has a rich history of distinctive restaurants and talent-filled kitchens. European chefs were first attracted to the area by the 1960 Winter Olympics at Squaw Valley, opening a number of successful restaurants in the decades that followed, many beloved by travelers from San Francisco and beyond. Today, North…

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  • Holiday Shopping Finds

    By Chaco Mohler, WhereTraveler One-of-a-kind stores and galleries in North Lake Tahoe make for great shopping fun—ideal spots to find last minute gifts and stocking stuffers. Take a stroll through Cobblestone Center in Tahoe City for boutiques, shops, jewelry and more. Inexpensive gifts ranging from bed and bath to bangles can be found at Pineapple, or in the Trunk Store's…

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  • Refresh During the Holiday Season at North Lake Tahoe

    Every year, families gather in the heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for annual traditions that span generations. With good reason, nothing feels like the holidays more than spending the day in North Lake Tahoe in the crisp alpine air or dining next to a cozy mountain fire. This year, spruce up your holiday routine and try something new after…

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  • Book Now or Forever Hold Your Peace

    El Niño has delivered on its promise and several cold storms have brought tons of snow to North Lake Tahoe’s ski resorts, the likes of which we haven’t seen in years! Great news! Many resorts are open for the 2015/2016 season so plan your winter vacation now! Here’s a list of some fantastic local resorts with great deals. Ritz-Carlton, Lake…

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  • Changing seasons brings new experiences to North Lake Tahoe

    North Lake Tahoe, nestled in the heart of Sierra Nevada, is one of the premier travel destinations in the world. Tourists flood the lake in the summer and shred the slopes in the winter. But the other secret seasons are the perfect time to check out everything to do in North Lake Tahoe. Tourists spread to mountain and lakeside, but…

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