Lake Tahoe Travel and Vacation Planning

Lake Tahoe Vacation Planning

Skiing in Lake Tahoe, CA

Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts Get Much Needed Snow

A series of storms that moved through the popular Lake Tahoe Ski Vacation Region in mid January has brought long awaited significant snowfall to the areas ski resorts.

Native Indian Tribal Snow Dance brings snow to lake tahoeThis season Sierra Nevada and Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts have experienced unusually low snowfall to this point, with most relying on snow machines to make the snow to allow them to operate. The recent snowfall deposited upwards of two feet of fresh powder which was welcomed by resort operators, who were happy to see Mother Nature help return the slopes to more natural conditions. Several runs were unable to be opened because of the snow shortfall, yet resort operators were optimistic that the recent snowfall would allow the mothballed runs to be opened for business as usual.

The gift from the skies came less than a week after a group of Paiute, Shoshone and Washoe tribal members performed a traditional Native American ceremony seeking spiritual help to bring snow to the Sierra.  A crowd of participants estimated in excess of 200 people took part in the January 15th exercise at Homewood on Lake Tahoe’s western shore.

A similar Native American ceremony conducted in Vail, Colorado recently produced an increase in much needed snowfall in that ski resort area.

Lake Tahoe, CA Snowboarding and Ski Vacation PlanningAs a result of the new snow on the slopes, Lake Tahoe will experience an increase in vacation and weekend getaway visitors which will create a spike in demand for rental accommodations. If you are a prospective first time visitor, or have previously visited the famous resort area, it is good to know the region still offers an excellent selection of cabins, condos, and homes on the West Shore. Furthermore there is no shortage of vacation rentals on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe, CA. Popular cities and travel destinations in the area include Kings Beach, Tahoe City, Alpine Meadows, Squaw Valley, Homewood, Carnelian Bay, Truckee, and Tahoma

And while Lake Tahoe does draw a lot of visitors for its 18 world class ski resorts, snowmobiling, and winter sports, there are certainly plenty of other activities which draw fun seekers and families to the area. Boating, golf, and hiking are popular activities and many first time visitors to the area are pleased to discover that Lake Tahoe is dotted with a number of beautiful beaches, like Kings Beach, for those who love to swim and decompress in the warm sunshine.

Kayak Rentals on Lake Tahoe, CASeveral marinas in the area offer boat rental for those who want to venture out into the beautiful open waters. Kayaking and parasailing can also be found. Bicycle rental is also very popular as there are a number of paved trails through the scenic forest. If you are planning a family vacation and need to rent baby equipment or beach gear you can contact Tahoe Truckee Baby Equipment Rental LLC.

And Lake Tahoe takes no back seat to any resort area for its shopping and terrific restaurants. Those who enjoy a bit of gambling will enjoy the world class casinos as well.  Lake Tahoe is a wonderful setting in which to relax, refresh and rejuvenate. It truly is a one of a kind destination offering every amenity as well as beautiful mountain and lake scenery. Book your trip and be prepared to join or solidify your place among the ranks of Lake Tahoe lovers.

About Bob Schrichte

Robert Bob Schrichte is a graduate of Ohio State University with a B.A. in Journalism and a minor in Communications. Bob’s background is in both sales and writing. He enjoys spoiling a good walk in the woods by bringing along his golf bag.

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  • Robert Bob Schrichte

    Lake Tahoe is so cool. It a beautiful place where you can water ski and snow ski on the same day.


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