So few places even own one season but North Lake Tahoe pretty much rules our coldest and warmest months. (Okay, we'll definitely argue for fall, too, what with the colorful trees dotting here and there amongst the firs, and we'll invite spring lovers to weigh in, too.) But the snow season can dominate Tahoe's brand, which isn't a bad thing; after all, it is Tahoe, italics, so it kind of rules the slopes. But we like the softer summer at the lake, the nights of music and days on the Truckee.
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