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Get Naked in Tahoe this Thanksgiving

Admit it, you're not really looking forward to Thanksgiving dinner at your aunt and uncle's house again are you? Escape from the typical family dinner drama and head up into the mountains to enjoy Thanksgiving with your hippie family at Sierra Hot Springs in Sierraville.

Low Rates, High Standards? Surprise…the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe

Now is one of the best times to escape to Tahoe. Not just for the exhilarating winter activities of skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. But also to take advantage of an amazing room rate at one of the North Shore’s most luxurious lakefront destinations.

Sugar Bowl Adds Royal Gorge's Winter Playground

Royal Gorge

Sugar Bowl, the oldest lift-served ski resort in California and a traditional weekend getaway destination for San Francisco's upper crust, has just added a new wrinkle for the coming snow season.

Go Back in Time and Experience Truckee's Haunted Past

Truckee Historical Haunted Tour

Truckee may be a lively mountain town with upscale boutiques, wine shops and tasting rooms, fine dining and other accouterments of a destination resort, but it wasn't always so.

You can return to Truckee's Wild West railroad and logging roots by taking part in the town's annual adults-only Historical Haunted Tour on Thursday, October 18.

Stargaze in Tahoe to a Live Philharmonic Orchestra

Tahoe stargazing

If sipping wine under the stars while being serenaded by a small orchestra sounds like the perfect recipe for a romantic Tahoe getaway, well, you're right!

Tahoe Becomes a Culinary Mecca This October

Restaurant Week

San Francisco and Napa have long established and well-regarded reputations as culinary capitals, but Tahoe? Not so much.

However, that image is slowly being shaken – there is some argument that the Tahoe region is the best mountain-dining destination in the country – and in an effort to get the word out, more than a dozen area eateries are collaborating in the annual Lake Tahoe Restaurant Week, which takes place Oct. 7-14.

What's New at Tahoe Resorts This Winter


The autumnal equinox has come and gone, the aspen groves are beginning to turn on their vibrant fall colors and thoughts in the Tahoe basin are becoming more occupied with the approaching ski and snowboard season.

And when that time arrives – which the resorts with the beefiest snow-making systems project to be around mid-November – you'll find a few new features at some of your favorite Tahoe winter playgrounds.

The Tahoe Fat Tire Festival Goes Down This Weekend

The Tahoe Fat Tire Festival, a fixture on the Sierra mountain bike scene from 1989-1999, is undergoing a renaissance at Squaw Valley from Sept. 20-23.

It's a four-day celebration of all things cycling–road riders will have their presence too–that includes races, tours, rides, clinics, kids' events, music and, of course, beer.

Ring in the Fall with Edgewood Tahoe's Stay and Play Golf Package

Fall is gorgeous in Tahoe, and lucky you: The weather forecast shows temperatures in the mid 70s for the next ten days, meaning it's the perfect time to take advantage of Edgewood Tahoe's Stay and Play package, which is available starting September 23.

Climb Rocks and Make New Friends in Tahoe This Weekend

Go climb a rock. Or several of them.

There are hundreds of bouldering problems in the south end of Lake Tahoe, and to show the world just how much variety there is the town of Meyers is hosting its annual Climbing Festival and Bouldering Competition on Saturday, Sept. 15.

The event, which was inaugurated last year to be a major meet-and-greet for the various climbing communities in the Tahoe basin and beyond, is intended for rock hounds of all abilities, from newbies getting their first toeholds on granite to uber-V12 rock jocks.

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