Bear Naked Foods will be giving away free samples of their all-natural granola and trail mixes at various Tahoe resorts this March.
LAKE TAHOE, CA - March 12, 2009 - Bear Naked, the natural foods innovator and maker of all-natural granolas and trail mixes, will be setting up tents at Tahoe ski resorts throughout the remainder of March to give skiers, snowboarders and local residents a chance to try free samples of Bear Naked foods:
Highest Concentration of Ski Resorts and All Within Reach
RENO, Nev. With an abundance of deals and transportation options, Reno-Tahoe is one of the most convenient and cost effective winter escapes. Aptly coined America’s Adventure Place, the region is home to the highest concentration of ski resorts in North America, which, coupled with gaming and a lively entertainment scene, makes this High Sierra ski destination this winter’s hottest ticket.
Snow, then sunny skies in Tahoe, followed by periods of high frustration and scattered melancholy.
It’s snowing in Tahoe as I write this. Which is great if you live in Tahoe. Unfortunately, I no longer do. I’m about as far from the crown jewel of the Sierras as possible while still living within the borders of the continental United States.
I know it’s snowing there because from November through April, I check the weather at Lake Tahoe at least once a week. I go to my favorite weather website and punch in the zip code for California’s Olympic Valley. It has been nearly a decade since I lived there, but I haven’t forgotten it: 96146.
A parent’s most valuable gift might be bridging the past to the future. What if that bridge melts away?
In April of 1983, with my buddy Stan Tener of the Snowmass ski patrol and photographer Del Mulkey, I skied the Haute Route from Chamonix toward Zermatt. For five days, we climbed steep couloirs, traversed high cols, and skinned up and cruised down long, undulating glaciers—60 miles of frozen highway. We did it on “pins.” In those days, this meant three-pin bindings, narrow “norpine” skis and leather telemark boots.
Enjoy deals in Breckenridge, Lake Tahoe, Deer Valley, and Sun Valley,
PARK CITY, Utah - When the economy is tight, there's no better time to ski or snowboard than early or late in the winter season. Right around now, when skiers and riders start chewing through their restraints to bag that first run, resort property managers at Premier Resorts are setting money-saving early season package deals. Here's a brief round-up found at http://www.premier-resorts.com target=_blank>premier-resorts.com.