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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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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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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 Read More >

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A Lover’s Guide to North Lake Tahoe: 10 Date Ideas for Winter in the Sierra

Love and winter are a match made in heaven. As snow continues to fall across the Sierra (over 24 feet and counting), there has never been a better time to bundle up with your love and experience a picturesque Valentine’s Day in North Lake Tahoe. February 14 falls on a Tuesday -- cash in those vacation days and extend your Read More >

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A Two State Treat in Kings Beach and Crystal Bay

Kings Beach earned its namesake by having one of the most popular stretches of beaches in Lake Tahoe. Centered on the northern tip of the lake, the beach provides gorgeous shore side views from sunrise to sunset. When not on the beach, the arts and local culture will keep you occupied for hours on end. Crystal Bay is filled with Read More >

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Food, Fitness and Freaking Awesome Sights in Tahoe Vista and Carnelian Bay

An outdoor lover’s dream, gorgeous Tahoe Vista is the perfect place to begin exploring beautiful North Lake Tahoe. After a day of exercise, there are many ways to rest and relax to get you back into the groove. You can also explore Carnelian Bay, where many local businesses are right on the shoreline. Be sure to take advantage of the Read More >

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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. Read More >

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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 Read More >

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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 Read More >

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North Lake Tahoe Ale Trail Map

The North Lake Tahoe Ale Trail… your adventurous Tahoe Craft Beer Experience begins here! Below is an interactive map pairing Tahoe's best trails with the best watering holes. Whether you are looking for a Tahoe-brewed craft beer or a refreshing organic cocktail, take a look at the map below to find your perfect adventure: Watch Ale Trail videos and find 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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When the sun goes down

  North Lake Tahoe is all about fun in the sun in the summertime. But making the most of every vacation minute means that the fun picks up when the sun goes down.   Start your evening at one of several new, upscale eateries, such as Baxter’s Bistro and Lounge or the Chocolate Bar in the Village at Northstar. Classic Read More >

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