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Heavenly

Renowned for its views but chided for tough navigation across its 4,300 acres, Heavenly offers a wealth of terrain. “California Side” features intermediate trees and the legendarily steep moguls of The Face. “Nevada Side” is home to Mott and Killebrew canyons—double-black sidecountry terrain. Heavenly’s two-state format is an asset and a hindrance: “Getting to some runs requires a substantial amount of traversing,” complains one reader. Be advised that Heavenly rewards explorers who get off-piste. First-timers, take a guided tour to find stashes such as Nevada Woods and The Burn. Off mountain, casinos provide action 24/7. Indeed, Heavenly ranks no. 2 in Off-Hill Activities and no. 5 in Après. Part Vegas, part Vail, with a twist of scenic splendor, Heavenly’s a gamble for some but a sure bet for others. —Paul Tolme

Off-Mountain Restaurant » On the 19th floor of Harvey’s Casino, 19 Kitchen Bar’s panoramic lake views and blue Tahoe-tinis are just right.

Bragging Rights » Killebrew Canyon is the last terrain to open after a storm. Enter through Gate C to familiarize yourself, and get ready to make precise turns (no falling here).

What’s New» Three intermediate trails near the Galaxy lift expand the options in one of the resort’s quieter sections, a perfect place for families.

Vail Resorts Announces Epic Photo

Vail Resorts Announces Epic Photo
EpicPhoto
Vail Resorts' EpicMix will now include photo sharing.

At a press event in Denver today, Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz announced improvements to the EpicMix program. Expanding on its social networking app that allows registered users to track and share their ski-day stats from any of Vail Resort’s mountains, the next iteration of EpicMix includes EpicPhoto.

Snowflake Drive in

Snowflake Drive in
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Enjoy drive-in style dining.

This old-school drive in has soft-serve and burgers. Try the chili fries and enjoy a local classic that’s been around for ages.
3059 Lake Tahoe Blvd
South Lake Tahoe, CA
96150-7802
(530) 544-6377

Freshies in Tahoe

Freshies in Tahoe
freshies tahoe
Try the famous fish tacos.

Summertime means the patio is open, and you can enjoy fresh fish tacos while enjoying the view. Hawaiin style ribs, organic meats and fresh salads round out the menu. Call (530) 542-3630 or visit FreshiesTahoe.com for more.

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