Escape reality when you visit Lake Tahoe

Looking for some mind-blowing fun on your next Lake Tahoe visit? Book an appointment with Trapped in Tahoe, where you have one hour to race against the clock and escape your fate, or not………

The Test

Escape rooms are interactive themed rooms that demand creative problem solving skills to conquer the challenge. Your host will give you a mission and place your team in the themed room created for your particular challenge. You must find hints, explore clues, find pass codes, and unlock hidden compartments all while working together as a team.

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Feeling trapped and freaking out? There is an “Emergency Door Key” near the exit for just such an occasion. Although the themed rooms are very authentic, there are no live actors to jump out and startle you. Expect to spend 90 minutes at Trapped in Tahoe. There is a pre-game set up, the 60-minute game, and then a debrief after the game. Arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time. If you are late and your team has already begun the challenge, you cannot join them. 

The Prospect

The cost is $30 per person, per experience, with a strict 24-hour refund policy.  Children under six are free. Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult. All minors must have a waiver signed by their guardian. Each game will accommodate between four and ten people. Share the experience with friends and family by purchasing gift certificates online for Trapped in Tahoe.

Trapped in Tahoe is located one block east of Highway 50 in South Lake Tahoe at: 3320 Sandy Way, Suite 1, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96250. Make reservations online at: https://trappedintahoe.com/ or call 530-600-3882. You can also e-mail: escaperooms@trappedintahoe.com

Hell’s Kitchen is another great reason to visit Lake Tahoe

Make reservations at Gordon Ramsey’s Hell’s Kitchen on your next visit to Lake Tahoe.

Artist rendering courtesy of Harvey’s Lake Tahoe.

Internationally renowned chef Gordon Ramsay is opening his third Hell’s Kitchen restaurant right here in Lake Tahoe this winter. Harvey’s Resort & Casino is renovating the historic Sage Room for occupancy of the new Hell’s Kitchen. The new restaurant will keep the best of the old room, including the wood beams that were hewn from trees cleared when the original Harveys was built in 1940.

Wood beams were cut from the trees cleared to build the original Harvey’s in 1940.

If you love the Sage Room Steak House, no worries, the historic Sage Room will combine its culinary tradition with the flavors of 19 Kitchen & Bar. Steakhouse lovers will enjoy panoramic Lake Tahoe views from Harvey’s 19th floor.  

The Sage Room Steakhouse is moving to Harvey’s 19th floor.

Gordon Ramsey vacationed in Lake Tahoe during 2018 and “fell in love” with the Tahoe basin. “It’s a perfect location for a third Hell’s Kitchen restaurant.” The restaurant will incorporate many recipes from Gordon Ramsey’s cooking show.

Opening at Harvey’s Lake Tahoe

Harvey’s will begin taking reservations for Hell’s Kitchen Lake Tahoe in the near future. Stay tuned to harveystahoe.com for additional information. Harvey’s Resort and Casino is located on Hwy 50 And Stateline Ave, Stateline, NV

Enjoy European hospitality at Alpenrose Inn

Alpenrose Inn provides travelers with European hospitality when you visit Lake Tahoe. Nestled in the pines yet conveniently located just three blocks from Heavenly Village, Alpenrose is a true mountain oasis.

Alpenrose Inn offers a tranquil oasis mere blocks from the excitement of Heavenly Village.

Travel sites like Trivago and Booking.com show ratings of 9.0 and above for the Alpenrose Inn. Nightly rates begin as low as $99 in fall and spring, so bring the entire family! Alpenrose Inn is dog-friendly and kid approved.

The Alpenrose Inn is a boutique hotel with 19 perfectly appointed European-style rooms.

Leave your car at Alpenrose Inn while you ski Heavenly mountain, rent a Skidoo on the lake, or take in South Lake Tahoe’s nightlife.  Alpenrose is your travel hub for all things Tahoe.

Most of the rooms at Alpenrose Inn feature fireplaces.

Alpenrose Inn seeks to draw on the flavor of the European Alps with the conveniences of a private bath, cable TV, free WiFi Internet, ceiling fan, coffee maker, hair dryer and natural toiletries. Rooms with gas fireplaces and micro kitchens are available upon request.

Attention to detail is on display throughout the sparkling clean rooms at the Alpenrose Inn

Begin your day with a complementary European-style Continental Breakfast in the cozy sunroom, or breathe in the fresh mountain air on the Alpenrose sun deck.

Soak in some rays while you enjoy your complimentary breakfast on the sunny outdoor deck.

Alpenrose Inn enhances the natural beauty of Tahoe throughout its property. Enjoy one of the many relaxing outdoor venues sprinkled throughout the property.

Outdoor gathering spots abound at the Alpenrose Inn.

Located in the relaxing neighborhood adjoining the Casino Corridor, Heavenly Village, and Lakeside Beach, Alpenrose Inn is perfectly located within walking distance of year-round fun.

Fabulous food and live music are just a stroll from your room at Alpenrose Inn.

Getting There

The Alpenrose Inn is located at 4074 Pine Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, California, just shy of the California/Nevada state line. From Highway 50 take Stateline Boulevard west to Pine Blvd. Make a left (south) on Pine Boulevard. Alpenrose is located on the left (east) side of the street.

OKTOBERFEST comes to LAKE TAHOE OCTOBER 5TH & 6TH

Bring your Lederhosen when you Visit Lake Tahoe! Oktoberfest in Lake Tahoe – October 5th & 6th, 2019.

Camp Richardson Resort’s 25th Annual Oktoberfest Celebration

Don’t miss the 25th Annual Oktoberfest when you visit Lake Tahoe October 5th & 6th , 2019. You will be hard-pressed to find a more Bavaria-like environment in the United States than Lake Tahoe. Join locals as you dine on fabulous food, live music, and the famous Beer and Wine Garden.

Guests join the fun with traditional Bavarian styled clothing.

Beer flows freely at the 25th Annual Oktoberfest in South Lake Tahoe. Bring cash for all your food and beverage purchases. Some craft vendors will accept cards. ATMs are on site for your convenience.

Oktoberfest Pumpkin Patch in Camp Richardson

Oktoberfest celebrations at Camp Richardson Resort provide entertainment for the whole family. The celebration begins at 10 a.m. Live music at 1 pm.

Lively polka music provides the perfect venue to get up and dance.

Oktoberfest Activities Feature:

  • Sunday’s bratwurst eating showdown takes place at 3 p.m.
  • Bavarian Themed Food & Desserts
  • 40+ Craft Booths
  • Beer & Wine Garden
  • Live Polka Music featuring the “Gruber Family Band”
  • Pumpkin Patch
  • Xtreme Air Climbing Wall
  • Bounce House
  • Face Painting
  • Yodeling Contest
  • Costume Contest for you & your dog
  • Mountain Bike giveaway at 4 p.m. on Sunday
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Join in the celebrations at Oktoberfest in Lake Tahoe located at Camp Richardson Resort. Festival times run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily . Entrance and parking are FREE!

When you finish your afternoon of fun at the 25th Annual Oktoberfest Celebration, walk on down to The Beacon Bar & Grill on the shore of Lake Tahoe, right here in Camp Richardson. The Beacon is my favorite restaurant in Lake Tahoe. Grab a table on the beach and try The Beacon‘s signature Rum Runner cocktail.

Map to Camp Richardson’s Oktoberfest in Lake Tahoe

Camp Richardson Resort is located at:  1900 Jameson Beach Rd, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150. From South Lake Tahoe go North at the “Y” onto Highway 89 North (2.5 miles) toward Emerald Bay. You will see Camp Richardson Hotel and Resort signage on your right-hand side.  

GLAZED & CONFUZED TAHOE DONUT

Grab a bite with the Da Vinci of Donuts when you visit Lake Tahoe.

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Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut is an award winning, locally owned and operated, boutique donut shop in South Lake Tahoe. They specialize in handcrafted, small batch, gourmet donuts with personality. You will also enjoy their coffee, bottled juice, and daily breakfast specials when you visit Lake Tahoe.

Enjoy the Wake N’ Bacon, Pink Floyd, or Freak Show signature offerings at Glazed and Confused.

Glazed and Confuzed donuts are made fresh all day long. Arrive at 7 am or 1 pm, you will find an offering of donuts fresh from the kitchen. Each donut is a delightful, handcrafted, work of art. The Maple Wake N’ Bacon is a hit with the teens at my house. If you are more of a traditionalist, Glazed and Confuzed has you covered with a fresh, and varied assortment of classic donuts. I recommend the melt-in-your mouth donut holes. You cannot eat just one.

Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut – Prompt, friendly service

You are family the moment you walk in the door at Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut. The cozy little shop is well staffed to quickly assist you in making the perfect donut choice.

Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut – Family Friendly Dining

The dining area is as fun and colorful as the unique donut creations served on its tables. Your eyes will feast on the eclectic assortment of memorabilia, local artwork, and thoughtful details.

Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut – Kiddie Corner

Family friendly and kid approved! Small children are catered to with their own engagement station.

Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut – Breakfast specials

If you are in the mood for some protein, check out the daily breakfast specials available at Glazed and Confuzed. Your friendly wait staff will also be happy to make you a specialty coffee or tea. Serving Alpen Sierra Coffee and Overland Meat & Seafood Company meats.

Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut – South Lake Tahoe

Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut, LLC is locally owned and operated by Anthony & Mara Cavallaro. The Cavallaros have been creating these excellent, unique, and memorable treats since 2015.

Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut – Storefront open daily 7 am – 2 pm

Getting There

Glazed and Confuzed Tahoe Donut shop is located in the Bijou Shopping center, at 3447 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA. If you are headed north on Hwy 50/Lake Tahoe Blvd, you will find it on the left side of the road just south of CVS Pharmacy and Heidi’s Pancake House.

3447 Lake Tahoe Blvd. #1, South Lake Tahoe, CA.

Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger

Voted Best Burger in the Tahoe Basin 2015-2019!

Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger – dining room

Extraordinary service, signature drinks & exceptional burgers are the winning recipe at the Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger. The Lucky Beaver has served the best burger in the Tahoe Basin for the past five years according to the readers of the Tahoe Daily Tribune. You will always leave the Lucky Beaver satisfied.

Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger – Signature Grill

The Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger is famous for its mouthwatering steaks and burgers sourced from Pat LaFrieda Meats. Lucky Beaver burgers boast a combination of chuck roast and short rib that is meshed together into a ½ pound patty. Burger patties are cooked to perfection on a custom grill.  Try the fresh Ahi, grilled chicken, or black bean patties when you’re in the mood for something a little lighter.

Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger – Bloody B… Lucky Beaver’s Original Blend

Your stay begins with service from friendly wait staff who fill your drink order with enthusiasm. The Lucky Beaver offers a full bar with 11 signature cocktails as well as all the classics. If you enjoy a good wine with dinner, servers are anxious to recommend a suggestion to match your meal. Beer lovers will not be disappointed with the wide selection of beer on tap. I recommend the Bloody B, the signature Blood Mary at the Lucky Beaver.

Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger – Corkscrew Shrimp Starter

Take your time…order an appetizer. You do not want to rush the experience. Corkscrew Shrimp, Ahi Sliders, Jalapeno Poppers, Jumbo Wings, Tower of Onion Rings, and Shishito Peppers are among the flavorful starters served at the Lucky Beaver.

Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger – Pitt Boss

If you are visiting for the first time, try one of the mouth-watering signature burgers with a generous helping of fries or tots. Sandwiches and burgers are served with your choice of Regular, Cajun, or Garlic Parmesan Fries or Tater Tots. I recommend you try the Garlic Parmesan Fries, they are fabulous.

Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger – Summer Patio is pet friendly?

During summer months the Lucky Beaver extends its exceptional service to the fresh mountain air of Lake Tahoe. The outdoor patio offers low top tables with umbrella shade. There is plenty of room for large groups and the family pet.  

Lucky Beaver Bar – video gaming

Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger also provides a fun and lively gaming environment offering 24-hour video poker with progressive jackpots, promotions and rewards program.

Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger – Open 24 hours

The Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger is open 24 hours offering a full menu for dine-in or take-out. There are few 24-hour restaurants in Lake Tahoe. The Lucky Beaver is by far the best 24-hour eating establishment in the South Tahoe Basin.

Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger – Rounder with tots

My husband & I ate lunch at the Lucky Beaver recently ordering: two cocktails, the corkscrew shrimp appetizer, and two burgers with fries. After adding a 20% tip, we were out the door for $70. A win-win; terrific price & superior food!

Getting There

The Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger is located at 31 US-50 #104 Highway 50, Stateline, NV.

Location of Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger

If you’re walking, the Lucky Beaver is on the east side of Hwy 50 between MontBleu Resort Casino and Harrah’s Casino and directly across the street from the Hard Rock Casino. Walk on over and right in the front door.

If you’re driving, enter the same driveway that you would to valet at Harrah’s casino, on the east side of Hwy 50. When you enter the driveway, veer left into the first parking lot. As you enter the parking lot you will see the Lucky Beaver on your left between AleWorx and Dotty’s. You may park for free while you enjoy your stay at the Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger.

Note – If you find yourself headed north at the intersection of Hwy 50 and Lake Parkway, you’ve gone too far. Your destination is behind you between this intersection and the intersection one block south of you at Hwy 50 and Stateline Boulevard.

Labor Day is is better on the Lake!

Sit back and enjoy a ride on the Round Hill Pines Water Taxi when you Visit Lake Tahoe this Labor Day.

Jump on the taxi in Round Hill Pines and travel to Camp Richardson for lunch on the beach. Listen to some live music, enjoy a Rum Runner at The Beacon, and take a dip in the crystal blue waters of Lake Tahoe. Then catch the taxi back to Round Hill Pines and skip all the traffic on Highway 50.

Action Water Sports is the largest provider of water sport rentals in Lake Tahoe offering everything from Stand Up Paddle to ski boat rentals and yacht tours. The Round Hill Pines Water Taxi docks at four marinas in South Lake Tahoe.

Happy Labor Day! Enjoy our hospitality:)

 

Fresh Powder in Lake Tahoe

Dust off your skis and come visit Lake Tahoe. Ski resorts are reporting up to two feet of fresh snow this morning.

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We are up early in Lake Tahoe this morning enjoying the sunshine while digging out our cars and walkways. Many Thanksgiving visitors are heading home today so its the perfect time to take a personal day and enjoy the mountain. Expect chain controls over the mountain passes.

Heavenly Mountain Resort: 9″ of snow in the last 24 hours. The resort will have 1 percent of the mountain open: 35/4800 acres, 5/28 lifts open, 5/97 runs open.

Kirkwood: 14″ of snow in the last 24 hours. The resort will have 3 percent of their terrain open: 60/2300 acres, 3/15 lifts and 6/86 runs.

Sierra at Tahoe: 16″ (base) to 24″(summit) of snow in the last 24 hours. They will have 4 lifts and 3 trails open.

Sledding in Lake Tahoe

Sledding opportunities abound when you visit Lake Tahoe.

Visitors often risk life and limb by stopping along a busy highway when a slope of snow is spotted. This is so very unnecessary. There are a plethora of sledding opportunities available in Lake Tahoe. Plan a day of family fun that will not lead you to the emergency room. Let me help you find a safe place to play in the snow.  Tahoe offers both free and fee friendly sledding options.

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Fee Friendly

Adventure Mountain at the top of Echo Summit offers groomed sledding runs, sled & tube rental, snow play, sledding and tubing, snowshoe trails and rentals, and dining in The Lodge with store, cafe, and rental center! This is the perfect place for those who want to show up and pay for someone else to do all the work. Bring $30 cash for each vehicle you choose to park.

Once in the Park, you can use Visa for your other purchases. Sleds will run you $12 for the day, inner tubes are $30 for the day and helmets are $8 for the day. Please make your children wear a helmet and you should as well. You may purchase your equipment if you prefer. Snacks and meals are available for purchase or you may bring your food and “picnic” throughout the day.

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Adventure Mountain is located on Echo Summit at the top of Highway 50.

Boreal’s Playland is a children’s snow tubing park designed for the entire family. Playland offers groomed tubing lanes, moving carpet and quality tubes, with access to all the amenities of Boreal Mountain Resort. An all day pass for individuals 42 inches and taller will cost you $49.

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Located off Hwy. 80 about a 35 minute drive from North Lake Tahoe you at 19749 Boreal Ridge Road, Soda Springs, California.

Hansen’s Resort offers sledding and lodging right in the heart of South Lake Tahoe. Located on Ski Run at the Base of Heavenly Ski Resort, Hansen’s Resort provides the old Tahoe feel and hospitality it is famous for.  Sledding prices run about $20 an hour with discounts provided to those billeted at the resort.

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Hansen’s Resort is located at 1360 Ski Run Boulevard, just 11 block from Highway 50 in South Lake Tahoe, CA.

Blizzard Mountain offers “two lift-accessible snow tubing lanes, an expanded snow play and sledding area that allows little (and big) ones to explore the winter outdoors at their own pace, and visits from Ralston the snow bear all make Blizzard Mountain one of the most entertaining spots to spend an afternoon at the mountain.” Two hours of tubing fun will cost you $30 per person. You will also have access to all the amenities that Sierra-at-Tahoe has to offer.

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Sierra-at-Tahoe is located a t 1111 Sierra at Tahoe Road, Twin Bridges, California on Highway 50 on the west side of Echo Summit.

Heavenly Mountain Adventure Peak tubing runs are designed for the true daredevil in each of us. Named the “#1 Snow Tubing Hill” in the country by Fox News, this ride is for the serious outdoor adventurer. Four lanes, a 65 foot drop and open year round, you will not find a bigger adrenaline rush delivered by an inner tube hill. Kids must be 42 inches to ride. Tubing at Heavenly will cost you $30 an hour. As if it couldn’t get any better, you will have access to all the amenities that Heavenly Ski Resort has to offer. Stay at the Marriott Hotel South Lake Tahoe for convenience and luxury.

Heavenly Mountain Resort: Lake Tahoe, CA

Heavenly Ski Resort is located on Highway 50 in South Lake Tahoe just south of the Nevada State line.

North Tahoe Regional Park offers snow play and sledding for children and adults. A popular wintertime Park activity is the children’s sled hill at the park entrance. Through a partnership with North Tahoe Winter Adventures, you can ride the adult sledding hill or rent a snowmobile. A concession stand is also provided for your dining pleasure. Visit the park’s Facebook page for seasonal updates.

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North Tahoe Regional Park is located at 6600 Donner Road in Tahoe Vista, California.

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Sawmill Pond is a favorite spot for fishing in the summer and sledding in the winter. Slopes are gradual, perfect for the first time sledding experience and for young children. There is plenty of parking in the lot off of Sawmill Road, just past the pond. There are benches and picnic tables and a vault toilet restroom.

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Sawmill Pond is located 2.5 miles west of the “Y” intersection (Hwy 89, Hwy 50 and Lake Tahoe Blvd.) on the Corner of Sawmill Road and Lake Tahoe Blvd.

Kahle Park is a great location to take children for the full park experience. Snow men are a popular theme at Kahle, where kids can enjoy the children’s playground, indoor climbing wall and jungle gym. Parents will appreciate the indoor bathroom facilities, full exercise gym and ¼ mile running track. Parking is safe, plentiful and free. There is a small fee to use the indoor playground and gym. All outdoor activities are free as well.

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To get there go out of California into Nevada on Highway 50 about one mile to Kahle Road. (There is a signal light at Kahle Road. If you get to Safeway, you have gone too far.) Take a right on Kahle Road until you land in the parking lot. Enjoy yourself!

Spooner Summit Slide Park is a “side-of –the-road” sledding option that is safer than most. There is a small area at the junction of Highway 50 and Highway 28 to park your vehicle.  If you are coming from Carson City this would be your closest free sledding park. This area is not great for younger children but offers some fun sledding opportunities for older children and adults.

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You can reach Spooner Summit Slide Park from the South Lake Tahoe by taking Hwy 50 north or from Incline Village by taking Highway 28 south. From Carson City, take Highway 50 west. The park is located at the corner of Highway 50 and Highway 28.

Taylor Creek Sno-Park is a great choice for families with toddlers and younger first time snow enthusiasts. Taylor Creek is a forest service location with plenty of safe parking but several of sledding options. If you would like to try cross country skiing, snow shoeing or snow man building, Taylor Creek is your place. Taylor Creek loves dogs, so bring them along to romp in the snow. This location is usually very busy, so plan ahead and enjoy the crowds.

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Taylor creek is located on Highway 89 about 5 miles north of the “y” in South Lake Tahoe.

Hidden gems

Zephyr Cove Park is right off Highway 50 and open to the public free of charge. There is an enormous amount of safe parking. Children can create sled runs to their hearts content. Zephyr Cove Park is home of the local library, tennis courts, disc golf course, soccer and softball fields. There is a children’s playground and a large selection of picnic spots.  Bring a picnic lunch and appreciate a snow day with the family. Feeling like a hot meal instead? Enjoy a cozy meal by the fire at the Zephyr Cove Lodge restaurant directly across the street from the park.

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Zephyr Cove Park is located 4.6 miles from the California/Nevada state line, in Nevada. Travel north from South Lake Tahoe on highway 50 for 4.6 miles. You will see Zephyr Cove Resort and Beach on your left. Take the next right (at the fire house) onto Warrior Way. You will see an elementary school on your left and the park facilities on your right. If you turn right immediately on Warrior Way you can park in the rear by the Playground, picnic areas, and disc golf course. If you take the second right, you can park by the library, tennis courts and softball/soccer field.

Tahoe Rim Trail Kingsbury North Trailhead is an excellent place to take children and adults of all ages. Located at one of the entrances to US Forestry land, the space is wide open offering a multitude of sledding, tubing and riding options. Bring your thermos of hot chocolate, a couple of camping chairs and your digital camera to capture the photos of a lifetime. There are no amenities so you will need to bring all your own toys and snacks. This location is not frequented by many tourists, so enjoy the serenity.

You will find this spot at the end of Andria Lane. Travel North on Highway 50 out of South Lake Tahoe into Nevada. Take a right on Kingsbury Grade/SR 207. About ¼ mile before you get to the summit, take a left on North Benjamin lane. North Benjamin becomes Andria after a couple blocks. You will be traveling through a neighborhood. Do not worry, you are going the right way. When you get to the end of Andria Lane you have arrived. Enjoy the forest and be sure to bring back with you everything that you brought in.

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Lake Tahoe Weather Conditions

Search www.OpenSnow.com when you make plans to visit Lake Tahoe.

Locals trust Open Snow forecaster, Bryan Allegretto, for accurate and timely weather reports of the Lake Tahoe Basin and Truckee.

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Landscapes frosted in sparkling snow excites the imagination. Piles of snow blanketing the mountains, draw skiers and snowboarders from around the world to the Sierra Nevada Mountains and scenic Lake Tahoe.

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Finding the perfect snow weekend takes a lot of planning and more than a little meteorological luck. Snow for recreation = fun. Snow for traveling = less than fun.

North-West Lake Tahoe – Snow Cams

northstar-logo  Northstar

alpine-logo  Alpine Meadows

 SquawValley_3D_4c_Blk-large  Squaw Valley

North-East Lake Tahoe – Snow Cams

mt-rose  Mt. Rose

diamond-peak-logo  Diamond Peak

South Lake Tahoe Web Cams

heavenly-logo  Heavenly

KirkwoodLogo_3  Kirkwood

sierra-at-tahoe  Sierra at Tahoe

West Lake Tahoe – Snow Cams

homewood  Homewood

Truckee (outside North Lake Tahoe) – Snow Cams

  tahoe-donner Tahoe Donner

donner-ski-ranch  Donner Ski Ranch

boreal  Boreal

sugar-bowl  Sugar Bowl

soda-springs  Soda Springs

Lake Tahoe Area – Traffic Cameras

So, do what the locals do, become a frequent visitor of Bryan Allegretto and his daily snow forecasts. His predictions are not just accurate, they are relevant to the specific region of the Lake Tahoe basin that you plan to visit.  Find out when the biggest snow falls are coming and how much powder is expected.

Lake Tahoe Ski Resort map
Lake Tahoe Ski Resort map

 

 

 

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