Songwriter Fran Landesman must have been a skier: What else could explain her lyrics to "Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most" but that snowless window between April and November? Sure, we endure the warm weather and clear skies all summer, but our hearts belong to winter and to our beloved ski hills. The only thing that makes our six-month separation bearable—especially this time of year—is the knowledge that when we finally get back on the slopes, they'll be better than we left them.
An off-season adventure around the lake in three days.
Come for the snow, stay for the sun. As many locals will agree, summers in Tahoe are just as beautiful and full of adventure as the winters inspiring many a seasonal resort worker to stay long after last chair. Just two hours east of Sacramento on Interstate 80, Tahoe's sunny days on the beach, adrenaline pumping bike rides and wild night life of the South Shore are just a few reasons why a trip to the lake should be on your vacation agenda this summer.
Three full days of food, wine tasting, and cooking demonstrations at Northstar at Tahoe.
Northstar at Tahoe is hosting the Autumn Food and Wine Festival this Friday, September 10, through Sunday, September 12. The festival is celebrating it’s 25th anniversary, and celebrity and executive chefs from all across California and Nevada will be present, offering cooking demonstrations, tastings, cook offs, and more.