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The 32nd Lake Tahoe Autumn Food and Wine Festival

Purchase your tickets to 3nd Lake Tahoe Autumn Food and Wine Festival here.  If the views of Lake Tahoe don’t make your jaw drop, the meticulously crafted food and libations of the 32nd Lake Tahoe Autumn Food and Wine Festival will. Held at Northstar California resort September 8-10, 2017, the Autumn Food and Wine Festival brings together world-class gastronomy, chefs, events Read More >

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Blend Culture, Art, History & Outdoor Splendor This Summer

Long before Walt Disney helped to launch the first nationally-televised Olympic Games from Squaw Valley in 1960, North Lake Tahoe set the stage for a rich cultural and natural history. As we explore the basin today, history can be found in our daily adventures, sometimes in unique and surprising ways. From prohibition poker matches that defined the fate of Kings Read More >

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North Lake Tahoe Summer Festival Guide

Mark your calendar! This summer in North Lake Tahoe is packed with can’t miss festivals and events. From the shores of Lake Tahoe to surrounding mountain summits and everywhere in between, summer is the ultimate time to embrace culture, music, dance, art and so much more. Starting in May and going through October, enjoy everything from week-long celebrations of life Read More >

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18 New and Exciting Things To Do in North Lake Tahoe This Summer

Blend "what's new" with the timeless adventures of North Lake Tahoe this summer. From grand openings to revamped excursions, here are 18 noteworthy items to add to your summer bucket list.  Activities & Adventure Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows announces “endless season,” operating beyond July 4 for first time Known for offering the longest ski season in Tahoe, Squaw Valley I Read More >

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WinterWonderGrass Music and Brew Festival: Unique Tahoe Experience Returns for a Third Year

WinterWonderGrass returns to Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows March 31 - April 2, 2017, bringing together renowned bluegrass performers, delicious local food, tasty local brew and a weekend of surprises. Here are just a few reasons you should add this festival to your North Tahoe Must-Do List: 25 Bands on 5 Stages in 1 Stellar Setting: Only in North Tahoe Read More >

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Behind the Scenes of an Instagram Takeover: Capturing North Tahoe with Guest Photographer Davey Hibler

“I used to always go by myself for sunrise or sunset. It’s a feeling you don’t get with anything else.It’s very unique and it’s something I try to strive for – those moments. You can’t plan for them, they just happen.” Fresh from his North Lake Tahoe Instagram takeover, we caught up with Davey Hibler, a Reno photographer and videographer Read More >

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Golfer's Par-adise in North Lake Tahoe

For many people the first thought that comes to mind after booking a vacation is “when and where will I book my tee time.” That’s right, we know golfing is nearly synonymous with “a good time.”   Whether you’re making par or just along for the ride, North Lake Basin is home to six championship golf courses and four executive courses. Read More >

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North Lake Tahoe is For Families

Many images come to mind when picturing winter in North Lake Tahoe. One may think of world-renowned ski and board resorts like Squaw Valley, Northstar California or Sugar Bowl and images to the likes of Jonny Moseley and Shaun White tearing up the mountain. However, North Lake Tahoe isn’t just for the pros. North Lake Tahoe is for families. Below Read More >

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Your Winter at Tahoe Bucket List

So you’ve taken time off work and booked a trip to Tahoe this winter. Check item #1 off your list. Now you’ve got an entirely different task ahead: figure out how much you can pack into your trip to make it the best ever. We could come up with a thousand things to do, but that’s what GoTahoeNorth.com is all Read More >

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Top 10 Dog-Friendly Lodgings at Tahoe

Tweet Dogs love Lake Tahoe. After all, there’s plenty of hiking and swimming to enjoy. And for the more adventurous canine rafting and boating are options as well.   Lake Tahoe loves dogs too. If you stop into the Incline Village Visitors Center or even the Tahoe City Post Office chances are your pooch will be welcomed with a treat. Read More >

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Tahoe SUP – It’s a Culture

Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) at Tahoe isn’t just another activity. It’s a lifestyle. This is the fourth in a series of four blogs highlighting all that’s SUP at Tahoe. Read one, two and three. They say invention is the mother of necessity. For Nate Brouwer it was the opposite. After numerous sunset paddles across Tahoe in the company of Read More >

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Tahoe's Summer: 16 Things For Your Bucket List

If you're heading to Tahoe this summer you'll want to add these 16 to-dos to your bucket list: Try stand up paddle boarding at one of the race series in North Lake Tahoe, including the Quicksilver 2011 Ta-Hoe Nalu Paddle Festival August 13-14 in Kings Beach Choose from a handful of Fourth of July celebrations, from fireworks on the beach Read More >

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