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Tubing, Sledding and Snowplay in North Lake Tahoe

Many images come to mind when picturing winter in North Lake Tahoe. One may think of world-renowned ski and board resorts and images to the likes of Jonny Moseley and Shaun White tearing up the mountain. North Lake Tahoe is also packed with tubing, ice skating and other snow festivities.    Tubing Granlilbakken: Granlibakken ski area features a groomed snowplay Read More >

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Learn to Ski and Snowboard with cost-saving packages this January

January marks the ninth annual Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month in the U.S. and Canada, a ski industry campaign helping beginners make their first turns on snow. With January gearing up to be one of the snowiest months in North Lake Tahoe history, now is the time to make good on your resolution and learn to ski or snowboard Read More >

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Tahoe Snow Tracker: January 9, 2017

North Lake Tahoe ski resorts have experienced an incredible start to 2017 after a week-long snow storm that coated the Sierras with not just inches, but multiple feet of fresh snow. With over seven feet of powder being reported at Donner Summit, 136 ski lifts and 347 runs are open across the North Shore making for the snowiest January North Read More >

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Top 5 New Year’s Activities in North Lake Tahoe

Photo Credit: Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Spending New Year’s Eve in North Lake Tahoe is just as awesome as it sounds. From live music to slopeside fireworks, champagne toasts, snowshoeing and festive dinners, we’ve put together a list of the must-dos to ring in 2017. Remember -- they say what happens on New Year’s Eve sets the tone for Read More >

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Spend an Unforgettable Christmas in North Lake Tahoe

Photo Credit: Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows While North Lake Tahoe resonates with travelers year round, our destination is exceptionally charming over the holiday season. Christmas magic prevails at every turn - from ice carving demonstrations to fireworks shows; breakfasts with Santa and gingerbread workshops; ice skating, sleigh rides, and world renowned skiing are just a few of the holiday Read More >

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The Ultimate Backcountry Guide: Gear and Outfitting

Photo Credit: Chris Bartowski This week, Australian transplant turned Tahoe powder hound, Jason Layh, of Alpenglow Sports takes over the North Lake Tahoe social channels for an in-depth look into everything backcountry. Layh has chased snow all over the world, including parts of Europe, Australia, Canada, Japan and the United States. He now works at Alpenglow Sports, a North Tahoe Read More >

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The Ultimate Backcountry Guide: Getting Out There

Photo Credit: Chris Bartowski This week, Australian transplant turned Tahoe powder hound, Jason Layh, of Alpenglow Sports takes over the North Lake Tahoe social channels for an in-depth look into everything backcountry. Layh has chased snow all over the world, including parts of Europe, Australia, Canada, Japan and the United States. He now works at Alpenglow Sports, a North Tahoe Read More >

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5 Reasons North Tahoe is Cross-Country King

There’s a reason nordic skiers flock to North Tahoe during the cold winter months. Whether resort or backcountry trails are your calling, North Lake Tahoe’s mountains deliver unmatched snowpack, pristine trails and nirvana views to those in pursuit of cross-country bliss. Beginners and novice skiers alike find camaraderie among the snow-capped mountains. North Tahoe nordic folks are a tight-knit community, Read More >

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5 Things to Do in North Lake Tahoe this Halloween Weekend

Calling all witches and wizards, prince charmings and Tahoe Tessies! North Lake Tahoe turns into a thrilling, chilling hub of events this Halloween weekend. From classic trick-or-treating, to more adult-oriented affairs, like the Creeper’s Ball, here are five sweet and spooky ways to spend your Halloween weekend on the North Shore. Trick-or-Treat all Weekend Long The Incline Recreation Center hosts Read More >

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