Soon, the weekend Tahoe ritual will commence: Up on Friday, back on Monday, with lots of powdery snow, indulgent food, and strong drink in between. If you haven’t yet secured a ski house, and you like to winter in style, you’ve got a new option to consider: The Constellation at Northstar residences.
Buying or renting winter sports gear generally comes with a large and sometimes complicated list of what, why and how much it all costs. But equally important is where: Tahoe area shops are probably your best bet.
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.
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.
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!
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.