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50 Things to Do in Lake Tahoe in Winter

Lake Tahoe is not just a place to go skiing or boarding (even though that's pretty great). There are hundreds of other indoor and outdoor things to do in this mountain area in the winter — we've just narrowed it down to 50.

Plan the Best Winter Trip Ever Starting with Embassy Suites Lake Tahoe

Now that Tahoe is blanketed in beautiful snow and in the throes of winter, it's time to plan a getaway, starting with a stay at Embassy Suites Lake Tahoe. With its super-central locale just a breathe away from all of the very best Tahoe has to offer, you'll probably have a hard time returning to real life once your stay is over.

Snow Sculptures Come to Life at Carve Tahoe

Lake Tahoe's Village at Northstar California will turn into a garden of snow sculptures from February 8-12, 2013 during Carve Tahoe, the region's first-ever snow carving competition.

Newest Tahoe Nightclub to Be Hosted by Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton

The newest Lake Tahoe nightclub, PEEK, will be opening on February 16, 2013 with a guest host appearance by celebrity socialite Paris Hilton. The opening night will also feature a weekend mega-party with BeatClan, the Las Vegas artist management and DJ booking company. There will also be a soft opening of the nightclub on Valentine's Day that will run for four nights.

Heat Up at Lake Tahoe

It has been super cold these past few weeks in Tahoe, but there are various ways to keep warm both inside and outside if you are up in the mountains enjoying various winter sports.

Groceries Delivered to Your Tahoe Rental

Tahoe To Your Door

Visitors to the North Lake Tahoe area now have one less chore to do before being able to enjoy a weekend of snow skiing or boarding: Grocery shopping. A new grocery delivery service is now available in the areas of Tahoe Donner and Donner Lake in Truckee to Incline Village and down to Tahoma on the West Shore. This also includes properties at the North Shore ski resorts of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows, Northstar, Diamond Peak and Sugar Bowl.

North Lake Tahoe vs. South Lake Tahoe

With more than four feet of snow in the Tahoe area so far this winter, a trip to this ski haven is in the weekend plans of many Bay Area residents. But you have to ask yourself what you want from your winter trip to Big Blue. Lake Tahoe has two faces: The touristy, party scene of the South Shore and the more quiet, nature oriented scene of the North Shore. What's your flavor?

Make This Hotel Your South Lake Tahoe Basecamp

Basecamp Hotel

Our night at the Basecamp Hotel in South Lake Tahoe took place just before a massive snowstorm was due to blow in. Skiers, boarders, the hotel staff and even the lake itself seemed to be holding its breath for the white gold to come down from the sky. This 50 room former motor lodge has been crafted into a warm and cozy place to wait for — and hang out in during – a winter snowstorm.

Where to Go Ice Skating in Lake Tahoe

Tahoe Ice Skating

Take a break from skiing, sledding or boarding and lace up a pair of ice skates on your next trip to Lake Tahoe.

Tahoe Village Holiday Celebrations

The Village at Squaw

The three ski villages in Lake Tahoe are now decked out for the holidays: Squaw Valley, Northstar and Heavenly will be having a full two weeks of celebrations for the holiday season and scheduled events will include skiing with celebrities, fireworks, parties, and of course, Santa and Shaun White on the slopes.

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