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The Official North Lake Tahoe

Winter

2019-20

VISITOR GUIDE

OFF-THE-SLOPES ADVENTURES GUIDE TO KID-FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES LAKESIDE EXPERIENCES EAT I PLAY I SHOP

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WELCOME

CONTENTS Features 6 8 11 12 14 18 23

A Natural Wonder Experience Lake Tahoe History Indoor Options Worlds of Adventure Guide to Kid Friendly Activities Touring Downhill Resorts

Community Profiles

Welcome to North Lake Tahoe! We are thrilled you chose the Sierra region to stay and play and we can’t wait for you to fall in love with this majestic destination. North Tahoe’s natural wonders have drawn visitors from around the world for generations, but it’s the people and experiences that keep them coming back year after year. Here are 5 tips to make the most of your visit: 1.Stop by a Visitor Information Center: Our local experts are well versed in itinerary recommendations to help guide your trip. 2. Don’t Ignore Lake Tahoe: Winter is the perfect time to play, eat and shop at the water’s edge of America’s largest alpine lake. Discover arctic paddling, enjoy lakeside snow play, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. Find lakeside town profiles on page 10. 3. Take the Bus: Soak in the beauty of the Sierra while someone else does the driving. Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit (TART) clean-powered buses offer daily service throughout North Tahoe and Truckee. For schedules, visit laketahoetransit.com. Staying in Squaw Alpine or Northstar California? Download resort transportation apps for easy mountain access. 4. Preserve & Protect: Loving Lake Tahoe means becoming an environmental steward of the region. Pledge to travel responsibly and protect the extraordinary resources of the Lake Tahoe Basin. Reduce your carbon footprint, pick up trash and drink delicious Tahoe tap water! Learn more at TakeCareTahoe.org. 5. Discover Tahoe’s Treasures: Around North Lake Tahoe there are many lesser-known activities that offer one-of-a-kind experiences. Visit GoTahoeNorth.com/treasures to find videos and downloadable guides that will help you explore the north shore like a local. From a lakeside s’more tour to finding the best location to view a stunning alpenglow sunset, we’ve got all the tools to make the most of your winter adventure. Stay in touch: Sign up for our newsletter on GoTahoeNorth.com to learn more about regional events, lodging deals and more. Enjoy your stay! 2 WINTER 2019/SPRING 2020 | North Lake Tahoe Visitor Guide

Tahoe City West Shore Kings Beach/Tahoe Vista Incline Village/Crystal Bay Olympic Valley The Village at Northstar Donner Summit Truckee

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FEATURES | QUICK FACTS

A Natural Wonder

Fun facts and stats about Lake Tahoe

The maximum depth of Lake Tahoe is 1,645 feet with an average depth of 1,000 feet. The lake is 72 miles around and almost 22

miles long.

Two-thirds of Lake Tahoe is in California, one-third is in Nevada. The lake’s surface elevation is approximately 6,220 feet with the Tahoe Basin’s tallest mountain, Freel Peak, topping out at 10,891 elevation.

On average, Tahoe has 274 days of blue sky annually, three out of every four days.

area maps and talk with a friendly and knowledgeable expert about this exciting, diverse region.

NORTH LAKE TAHOE VISITOR CENTER 100 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City, CA | (530) 581-6900 Located next to Fanny Bridge at the Truckee River dam in

Snowfall has been recorded every month of the year at Lake Tahoe.

Tahoe City

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Lake Tahoe’s surface temperature ranges from below 40 degrees Fahrenheit in winter to over 70 degrees in summer and fall.

Look for the building with the large clock

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CALIFORNIA WELCOME CENTER 10065 Donner Pass Rd., Truckee, CA | (530) 587-8808

Below 600-700 feet, Tahoe’s water temperature remains a constant 39 degrees Fahrenheit. Lake Tahoe has 63 tributaries but only one outlet, Truckee River, controlled by a dam in Tahoe City.

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Inside the train station building in downtown Truckee

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Lake Tahoe holds more freshwater than the capacity of all the man-made reservoirs in the U.S. combined.

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FEATURES | LAKESIDE FUN

EXPERIENCE LAKE TAHOE

Get up close with Lake Tahoe—spectacular in all seasons!

NORTH SHORE

Waterman’s Landing at Patton Beach in Carnelian Bay has a shoreline of smooth rocks just steps from the parking area. Dogs are welcome, and it’s a great place for arctic paddling. Kings Beach faces almost directly south with the winter sun and occasional waves often leaving sections of beach free of snow. Stop by the Lone Eagle Grille at Incline Village’s Hyatt Regency and venture out to its sandy slice of lakeshore, complete with fire pits and s’mores. Explore the new East Shore trail in Incline Village with gorgeous views and lakeshore access. WEST SHORE

Cross-country ski or snowshoe down to the lake at Sugar Pine 8 WINTER 2018/SPRING 2019 | North Lake Tahoe Visitor Guide

Point State Park. In nearby Homewood, you’ll find a marina and lakefront dining. When snowplows clear the roads, head to Hurricane Bay, 3 miles south of Tahoe City on Highway 89, a dog-friendly beach of smooth rocks. TAHOE CITY

Walk down to the lake’s edge at Common’s Beach and Tahoe City Marina, or rent a boat or fishing charter at the marina, which offers rentals year-round. TAKE CARE OF LAKE TAHOE

Small things help to preserve Lake Tahoe’s incredible water clarity. That’s the message TakeCareTahoe.org brings to young and old: With just a little effort, you can help take care of this national treasure. Everything you drop on the ground in the Tahoe Basin drains to the lake, including litter and cigarette butts. Food litter can attract bears. Everything your dog drops on the ground also ends up in the lake, so please clean up after your pet. And skip the bottled water—Tahoe has some of America’s best tasting water, Tahoe tap!

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Seeing Lake Tahoe covered in snow this winter is a must. Located 15-minutes from major North Shore ski resorts and effortless public-transit options, winter is the perfect time to play, eat and shop at the water’s edge of America’s largest alpine lake. Below are some of the best spots to experience. Be sure to visit GoTahoeNorth.com for a list of local events, dining, and lodging deals.


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North Lake Tahoe is the ultimate destination for your winter getaway. Connect with experts in our visitor centers for the best itinerary suggestions. From maps and restaurant recommendations, to insider tips about lakeside experiences, our local, knowledgeable staff is ready to help you make the most of your North Lake Tahoe adventure. Stop in when you get to town and let us guide your vacation.

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Tahoe City Visitor Information Center 100 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City, CA 96145 800.824.6348 Open Daily | 9am - 5pm

Incline Village Visitor Information Center 969 Tahoe Blvd. Incline Village, NV 89451 800.824.6348 Mon - Sat | 8:30am - 5pm Sunday | 10am - 4pm


FEATURES | HISTORY

A Rich History of Winter Sports Humans have been exploring the Tahoe region during winter for hundreds of years. Washoe and Paiute Native American tribes camped, fished and hunted along the lakeshore during summers but moved to lower elevation camps in Northern Nevada in fall. However, young hunters in the tribes reportedly chased game in the mountains throughout the winter, buoyed over the snowpack by crude snowshoes. When the first Scandinavian “49er” gold miners arrived in the Sierra mountains in the mid-1800s, they began carving tree branches into long planks, lashing them to their boots, then riding straight down the snowy slopes. Other miners labeled the contraptions “Norwegian snowshoes,” but they were skis alright: 10 to 14 foot “long boards,” their bottoms lathered for speed with a secret concoction called “dope” and steered with the help of one long pole. Soon miners from Donner Summit and camps to the north were staging the first organized ski races in America. Over the next few decades, long board races became huge events, featuring fierce competition, betting and drinking but reportedly, no fighting. With the wealth born of nearby gold and silver strikes, North Lake Tahoe quickly became a famous summer resort for the newly rich of the West. However, the hotels of the region board10 WINTER 2019/SPRING 2020 | North Lake Tahoe Visitor Guide

ed up their windows and doors every winter. Then in 1926, the most luxurious hotel in the region, Tahoe Tavern, decided to stay open for a winter season. A surface lift, toboggan run and ski jump were built nearby, at present day Granlibakken resort, and in 1952 hosted the National Junior Ski Jumping Tournament. Sugar Bowl ski resort opened in 1939 with the first chairlift in California. In 1953, the resort constructed America’s second gondola. Walt Disney was an early investor and Hollywood elite like Charlie Chaplin and Errol Flynn cozied up to the bar in its historic lodge. Opening in 1948, Squaw Valley won an audacious bid to host the 1960 Winter Games, the first Olympics to be televised live. Squaw dazzled the world with gorgeous scenery and thrilling action, including the original “Miracle on Ice” win by the U.S. Men Hockey Team over the Soviets. The Squaw Olympics are often sighted as launching the modern ski industry and, along with the opening of Interstate Highway 80 over Donner Summit in 1957, sparked the creation of the other major Tahoe ski resorts we enjoy today. Explore these earlier days at the Olympic Museum atop Squaw’s aerial tram, Tahoe City’s Gatekeepers Museum, or the Western Ski Sports Museum adjacent to Boreal Resort.

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FEATURES | OFF THE SLOPES

INDOOR OPTIONS

Relive history at Tahoe City’s Gatekeeper’s Museum and adjacent Marion Steinbach Indian Basket Museum, with fascinating exhibits and over 800 Indian baskets. Nearby are the glistening mahogany and chrome speedboats of the Tahoe Maritime Museum. The Emigrant Trail Museum in Truckee includes artifacts from the ill-fated Donner Party. Experience the exciting 1960 Winter Olympics at the Olympic Museum in Squaw Valley. Fascinated by science? The U.C. Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center in Incline Village has kid-friendly, interactive displays, 3-D movies and experiential labs that inspire learning about the lake. North Lake Tahoe is comprised of five distinct shopping districts, each offering a selection of local boutiques, shops and galleries. Speak with gear experts and artists and shop local! Or indulge, rejuvenate and relax at one of our many spas. Strike down the pins at Bowl Incline. Watch a movie at the Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema, where they serve beer or cider. Enjoy unique drink creations at Pioneer Cocktail Club in Tahoe City. A variety of brew pubs and lounges are featured on the North Lake Tahoe Ale Trail at GoTahoeNorth.com.

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FEATURES | OUTDOOR ADVENTURE

Worlds of Adventure By Chaco Mohler

SKI RESORTS

North Lake Tahoe boasts the highest number of ski resorts in North America, each with unique features and experiences. Read about downhill skiing options starting on page 19. Squaw Valley, Northstar, Boreal and Soda Springs have fun tubing lanes as well. CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING

Four outstanding cross-country ski resorts dot this region, including the nation’s largest, Royal Gorge. Tahoe XC has two trail systems, one just behind Tahoe City. Tahoe Donner’s trails go from the valley floor to mountain peak. 14 WINTER 2019/SPRING 2020 | North Lake Tahoe Visitor Guide

SNOWSHOEING

Most cross-country resorts have trails for snowshoeing. Tahoe City Winter Sports Park and North Tahoe Regional Park have groomed trails. Look at the map on page 20 for popular locations. ICE SKATING

If you’re looking for family-friendly ice rinks, options abound, all with lights for night operation. Tahoe City Winter Sports Park has an ice rink and lodge; enjoy a meal or warm drink at Cafe Zenon inside. Ice rinks are also located at the Village at Northstar and Resort at Squaw Creek. BACKCOUNTRY SKIING

FISHING

AND SNOWBOARDING

Lake Tahoe is too deep to freeze, so fishing charters run all year round. Troll for mackinaw, rainbow and brown trout. Experienced guides,

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Get out and explore all the region’s winter adventures, activities and amusements, many of them ideal for families.


Photo by Daphne Hougard

Photo by Daphne Hougard

Photo by Daphne Hougard

Photo by Daphne Hougard

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and warm indoor cabins will help make the journey comfortable and memorable. SLEDDING AND SNOW PLAY

Tahoe City Winter Sports Park, North Tahoe Regional Park and Granlibakken Tahoe Resort have wonderful sledding hills and snowplay areas. Public land sledding locations include: off Highway 89 just south of Tahoe City; Sugar Pine Point State Park; off Highway 267 just south of Northstar; Tahoe Meadows near summit of NV Highway 431. Check out North Tahoe Regional Park for a wide variety of winter activities and groomed trails. SIP & STROLL

200,000 pennies in Tahoe City’s Heritage Plaza! The Villages at Squaw Valley and Northstar are popular for their restaurants, shopping and gear options.

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Wine bars, craft breweries and tasty lunch and dinner spots dot North Tahoe’s communities, all featuring snow-cleared walkways. Sidewalks in Kings Beach lead through town and along the lake shore. In Tahoe City, wander from the Visitors Center along main street past numerous shops, restaurants and galleries. Don’t miss the bear made of

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Guide to Kid Friendly Activities North Lake Tahoe is a winter wonderland for children, just waiting to be explored—whether it’s the simple pleasures of building snowmen and snow forts in the forest, or the fun of tubing hills, skating rinks and adventure zones. Whatever outdoor activity you chose, a key to success with small bodies is adequately clothing them, literally tip to toe. If they’ve out-grown or lost their gloves and snow boots, you’ll find a variety of sizes at area ski and board shops, hardware and children stores, as well as local thrift and second-hand retailers. Whether it’s cloudy or sunny, don’t forget sun screen and eye wear—fresh snow can reflect 90 percent of sunlight! Start your fun at the Tahoe City Winter Sports Park and its skating rink, toddlerfriendly sledding/tubing hill, cross-country/ snowshoe trails and rentals, plus restaurant and bar. Families also congregate for public land sledding just south of Tahoe City off 18 WINTER 2019/SPRING 2020 | North Lake Tahoe Visitor Guide

Highway 89, and at North Tahoe Regional park in Tahoe Vista. Playgrounds in Tahoe City and Kings Beach are popular snow play zones. Sugar Pine Point State Park has lovely forests for exploration and snow-play. Ski resort instructors are experts in teaching young children and teens how to ski. Squaw Valley has family-friendly facilities at both its base areas and atop its aerial tram (an attraction on its own). Both Squaw and Northstar have tubing and bungee trampolines, with Squaw also offering mini-snowmobiles. Granlibakken, Homewood, Diamond Peak and Boreal ski resorts also have sledding and tubing areas. For family memories that are guaranteedto-last, fly down a zip-line through the snowy forest at Tahoe Treetop Adventure Park, open when weather allows at Granlibakken, Tahoe Vista and Squaw Valley.

North Lake Tahoe is a winter wonderland for children, just waiting to be explored.

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There are plenty of ways to enjoy snow magic


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SKI RESORTS | FEATURES

Touring North Lake Tahoe’s Downhill Resorts By Alison Bender The North Tahoe region offers an abundance of terrain choices, from huge, world-class resorts to small, family-run operations. There is a rich ski history here, and whatever your skill level or choice of adventure, you can find it in Noth Lake Tahoe. See the chart on page 22 to compare resort offerings and facts.

BOREAL MOUNTAIN RESORT

High atop Donner Summit, Boreal is the perfect park riding resort, with six parks and a half-pipe. Encompassing 380 acres, Boreal offers night riding, with the lifts spinning from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Woodward Tahoe, an action-sport training facility with indoor trampolines, foam pits and skate parks, sits just beside the lodge. 530.426.3663, rideboreal.com

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ALPINE MEADOWS

Spread over 2,400 acres, including seven spectacular open bowls, Alpine Meadows is a laid-back locals favorite. Alpine has plenty of varied terrain for beginners and experts alike. Treeline Cirque is a brand new chairlift that zips from the base area to high ridge in just five minutes. It’s mid-station accesses some of Alpine’s best easy-intermediate terrain. Kids as young as 3 can learn to ride at the ski school, and the resort is home to Achieve Tahoe, offering winter sports instruction for people with disabilities. The Chalet, Alpine’s midmountain Bavarian-style beer garden, is a perfect stop for a beer and a bite, or, in the spring, try the Ice Bar on the resort’s backside. 1.800.403.0206, squawalpine.com

DIAMOND PEAK

Located in Incline Village, Diamond Peak boasts some of the area’s best scenery over its 655 skiable acres. This family-friendly resort offers a great ski school, and kids 6 and younger ski free (as do seniors 80-plus). The midmountain Snowflake Lodge is a perfect spot for a hot-chocolate break, and the 21-and-over crowd can take advantage of Last Tracks events, held Saturdays, February through April, and includes wine or beer tastings and appetizers followed by a nice cruise down a freshly groomed intermediate slope. 775.832.1177, diamondpeak.com

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FEATURES | SKI RESORTS

Donner Ski Ranch is located on Donner Summit. This relaxed, welcoming resort accesses more than 500 acres of terrain, with six chairlifts and two moving carpets. After getting in some turns, try the Tubing Hill. 530.426.3635, donnerskiranch.com GRANLIBAKKEN TAHOE RESORT

This small, 74-acre facility is great for novice skiers and riders. Granlibakken (Norwegian for “hill sheltered by trees”) is open Friday through Monday and has a rental shop, ski school and warming hut on-site, as well as a groomed sledding hill, open weather permitting. 1.877.552.6301, granlibakken.com

at the Big Blue View Bar, located midmountain, weather permitting. 530.525.2992, skihomewood.com MT. ROSE SKI TAHOE

Lake Tahoe’s highest elevation base resort, Mt. Rose is also the closest to Reno. The popular Rosebuds program teaches skiing to tykes 4 to 10 and snowboarding to kids 7 to 10, though beginner packages are available for all ages. There are plenty of easy cruising runs for intermediate skiers; for expert riders, try the Chutes, which feature steep, 40- to 55-degree slopes and 1,000 vertical feet. Be sure to stop by Winters Creek Lodge on the Slide side for panoramic views of the Washoe Valley. Check online for daily specials like Two ‘fer Tuesdays and Ladies Day Thursdays throughout the season. 1.800.754.7673, skirose.com

HOMEWOOD MOUNTAIN RESORT

Located on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe, Homewood offers some of the most beautiful views of the lake; on some runs, it feels like you could ski straight into the water. Homewood averages 450 inches of snow over 1,260 acres. The tree skiing here is phenomenal; for another type of excursion, try the Homewood Snowcat Adventure, which transports groups of up to 10 skiers and riders up Ellis Peak—above the traditional ski area boundary—to a variety of guided terrain. Food and drinks can be found at the North base, just off Highway 89, or take in the scenery 24 WINTER 2019/SPRING 2020 | North Lake Tahoe Visitor Guide

NORTHSTAR CALIFORNIA

Among the pine-dotted glades and spread across 3,170 acres and 97 trails, Northstar California is one of North Tahoe’s most popular resorts. Eight terrain parks are scattered around the mountain. Northstar’s sophisticated snowmaking technology lends mother nature a hand to ensure some of the most reliable snow surface conditions on the West Coast. Start the day in Village at Northstar with coffee and rentals, or dine or end the day there with ice skating, s’mores and cocktails by the fire pits. 1.800.466.6784, northstarcalifornia.com

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SKI RESORTS | FEATURES SKI & SNOWBOARD RENTALS NORTH TAHOE & TRUCKEE’S LARGEST DEMO FLEET

SODA SPRINGS RESORT

Located off Interstate 80, Soda Springs has celebrated more than eight decades of operation. With 200 acres, the Planet Kids winter program (complete with ski and ride lessons and a snow playground) and the Tube Town snow-tubing area, this is the perfect place for families and beginners. 530.426.3901, skisodasprings.com Book rentals online OR present this coupon at any location and SAVE up to

SQUAW VALLEY

The Olympic torch still burns at Squaw Valley, the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics. With 3,600 skiable acres and more than 170 trails, Squaw is North Tahoe’s biggest resort. Advanced riders flock to KT-22, where athletes like Julia Mancuso, Jonny Moseley and other ski stars honed their skills. There are plenty of intermediate runs here, plus beginner and teaching areas on both the upper and lower mountain. Have a hearty breakfast in the Village at Squaw Valley before hitting the slopes or for an après-ski drink or bite. The aerial tram takes guests directly to an 8,200-foot elevation lodge. Fully interchangeable tickets with Alpine Meadows and the free Mountaineer Shuttle allows guests to ride two resorts on the same day. 1.800.403.0206, squawalpine.com SUGAR BOWL

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TAHOE CITY

590/600 N. Lake Blvd., Tahoe City, CA 96145

530-583-6415

TRUCKEE DOWNTOWN

10200 Donner Pass Rd., Truckee, CA 96161

530-582-0900

TRUCKEE WEST

12047 Donner Pass Rd., Truckee, CA 96161

530-536-3407

KINGS BEACH

8299 N. Lake Blvd., Kings Beach, CA 96143

530-546-5800

SQUAW VALLEY

3039 Highway 89, Olympic Valley, CA 96146

530-583-5665

Sugar Bowl is so named for the deep white snow that fills the valleys below four peaks atop Donner Summit. The resort dates back to 1939 and is imbued with history: Walt Disney was an early founder, Hollywood elite such as Greta Garbo skied its slopes, and it hosted one of the country’s most prestigious ski races. The Lodge at Sugar Bowl still retains an old-time, Old World charm. Known for their bloody marys, the modern Judah Lodge is the perfect place to start the day. On the slopes are four terrain parks and plenty of both groomers and glades. 530.426.9000, sugarbowl.com TAHOE DONNER

With 40 percent beginner terrain and 60 percent intermediate over 120 acres, Tahoe Donner Downhill is a great place for young families and newcomers to the sport. The Learn to Ski program teaches children as young as 3-years-old how to ski. The ski area has a deep snowpack in most winters and has added to its snowmaking capacity in recent years. 530.587.9444, tahoedonner.com/downhill-ski

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Advanced %

Base

Vertical

Skiable Acres

Shuttle

Terrain Parks

25

40

35

6,835’

1,802’

2,400

X

3

Boreal Mountain Resort 530.426.3666 rideboreal.com

30

55

15

7,200’

500’

480

X

5

Diamond Peak 775.832.1177 diamondpeak.com

18

46

36

6,700’

1,840’

655

X

2

Donner Ski Ranch 530.426.3635 donnerskiranch.com

25

50

36

7,031’

750’

505

Granlibakken 530.583.4242 granlibakken.com

50

50

6,200

300’

10

Homewood Mountain Resort 530.525.2992 skihomewood.com

15

50

35

6,230’

2,510’

2,010

X

5

X

Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe 775.849.0704 skirose.com

20

40

40

8,260’

1,440’

1,200+

X

3

X

Northstar California 530.562.1010 northstarcalifornia.com

11

56

33

6,330’

2,280’

3,170

X

7

X

Soda Springs 530.426.3901 skisodasprings.com

30

50

20

6,700’

650’

200

Squaw Valley 530.583.6955 squawalpine.com

25

45

30

6,200’

2,850’

3,600

Sugar Bowl 530.426.9000 sugarbowl.com

17

45

38

6,883’

1,500’

1,650

Tahoe Donner Downhill 530.587.9444 tahoedonner.com/downhill-ski

40

60

6,750’

600’

120

CROSS-COUNTRY SKI RESORTS

X

Military Discounts

Night Skiing

Intermediate %

Alpine Meadows 530.581.8374 squawalpine.com

X X

X X

X

X

X

1

X

X

5

X

1

X

X

Granlibakken Ski Area 800.543.3221 granlibakken.com

25

75

Northstar Cross Country, Telemark & Snowshoe Center 530.562.3270 northstarcalifornia.com

47

32

21

North Tahoe Regional Park 530.546.5043 northtahoeparks.com

45

50

5

Royal Gorge Cross County 530.426.3871 royalgorge.com

32

45

23

88

200+

6,000

200+ KM

9

X

Resort at Squaw Creek Nordic Center 530.583.6300 squawcreek.com

60

25

15

9

18

400

18 KM

2

X

X

Sugar Pine Point 530.525.7982 parks.ca.gov

30

70

5

18.7

13.6 KM

X

X

Tahoe City Winter Sports Park 530.583.1516 wintersportspark.com

30

70

2

3

3 KM

X

X

Tahoe XC 530.583.5475 tahoexc.org

20

50

30

24

65

3,000

65 KM

3

X

X

Tahoe Donner Cross Country 530.587.9444 tahoedonner.com/cross-country

18

40

42

58

100+

4,800

100+ KM

5

X

X

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13

5

16+

2

7.5

18

35

13

X

1

13 KM

X X

Guided Tours

20

7

20 KM

Dogs OK

67

500

Snowshoe Trails

Donner Memorial State Park 530.587.7892 parks.ca.gov

20

Warming Huts

40

10

Children’s School

60

30

Groomed

Clair Tappaan Lodge 530.426.3313 clairtappaanlodge.com

Acres

50

KM

20

Trails

Auburn Ski Club 530.426.3313 auburnskiclub.org

Advanced %

Intermediate %

3

Novice %

DOWNHILL SKI RESORTS

Child Care

Novice %

FEATURES | SKI RESORTS

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

1 600

35 KM

2

11 KM

11

X X

X


COMMUNITY PROFILES

Tahoe City Tahoe City is a charming and historic lakeshore town located at the mouth of the beautiful Truckee River. With plenty of shopping, dining, and recreation options, there is something for everyone. The walkable downtown captures the essence of a small town shop-and-stroll experience. Within a few short blocks, visit locally owned retail shops, artisan displays, cozy cafes, and fine dining establishments. Be sure to take in the beauty of Lake Tahoe at one of the public beaches. The contrast of snow-capped mountains and the crisp blue lake is truly something to behold. As the sun goes down, the town lights up with over 20,000 feet of lights strung in the trees for a twinkling display all winter long. Tahoe City is located a short driving distance from Lake Tahoe’s top ski resorts, including Squaw Valley and Homewood. Visitors can also enjoy scenic Nordic skiing, sledding, ice skating, and snowshoeing within town limits at Tahoe XC and at Tahoe City Winter Sports Park. At the intersection of highways 89 and 28 is the North Lake Tahoe Visitor Center, whose knowledgeable staff are ready to answer any questions about the region. With interactive maps and informational displays, this is a must-stop for visitors to the area. Save the date for the fun activities of Snowfest, Februrary 28-March 8, 2020.

TAHOE CITY

GRANLIBAKKEN

Maritime Museum

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ŠTAHOE CITY

Tahoe Art Haus and Cinema


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COMMUNITY PROFILES

West Shore The peaks of the Sierra Crest tower over Tahoe’s azure waters on this beautiful and serene stretch of shoreline. West Shore includes the small communities of Sunnyside, Homewood, Tahoma and Meeks Bay. If you’re looking for the heart of winter activity this season, look no further than Homewood Mountain Resort, located right off Highway 89. Only 280 steps from lift to lake, Homewood offers stunning views of beautiful Lake Tahoe. Featuring 8 lifts and 67 runs, Homewood averages about 450 inches of snow per season and spans over 1,260 acres. Sugar Pine State Park grooms cross-country ski trails that were used in the 1960 Winter Olympics. Snowshoers can head through the woods to the lakeshore or admire the Ehrman Mansion. Full-moon ski and snowshoe hikes are scheduled throughout winter. Excellent restaurant choices surround the drive from Tahoe City south to Tahoma. Cute cottage resorts and rustic lodges are sheltered under the tall trees. This is a spot to rediscover the magic of a family ski vacation or appreciate the beauty of a Sierra winter. Stop by Sunnyside or West Shore Cafe and enjoy a lakeside après as you take in the spectacular Tahoe view.

WEST SHORE

Road closed in winter

©WEST SHORE CAFÉ

Tahoe Maritime Museum

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Kings Beach/Tahoe Vista The resort communities of Kings Beach and Tahoe Vista are close to multiple ski resorts and a myriad of winter activities. Northstar California, Diamond Peak, Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley ski areas are all less than a half-hour away. The North Tahoe Regional Park offers cross-country ski trails, snowmobile trails and wide snow-play areas. Snowmobile tours are offered nearby on Brockway Summit on Highway 267. Lodging options abound along the lakeshore, with a wide variety of restaurants and bars offering everything from refined to takeout to authentic Mexican cuisine. Shopping includes eclectic boutiques, gift shops, ski shops and more. Check out Tahoe Flow Arts Studio for a variety of performance art classes. This is Tahoe’s “Banana Belt,” where the winter sun is strong enough to melt the snow along the lakeshore and dry out the wide beaches that are so popular in summer. On particularly warm and calm winter days, you might even spy paddleboarders floating over Lake Tahoe’s blue, reflective surface. Take a walk along the lakeshore, or watch an alpenglow sunset light up the clouds over the crest of the Sierra Nevada.

KINGS BEACH/TAHOE VISTA

©CHRIS BARTKOWSKI

Tree Top Adventure Park (open in winter)

(summer only)

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COMMUNITY PROFILES

Incline Village/Crystal Bay At one time, Incline Village stood at the site of the Comstock era’s Great Incline Railway. Today, the town boasts a craft brewery and tap room, unique restaurants and spectacular estates along Lakeshore Boulevard. Incline also has a handful of shops and thrift stores, with most located along Highway 28. Diamond Peak Ski Resort is a popular family spot that features some of the best views in the ski world. With powerful snowmaking, these runs offer top-to-bottom snow quality throughout the long winter. To experience the ecosystem of Lake Tahoe, head to the U.C. Davis Tahoe Environmental Science Center. Located in the Sierra Nevada College campus, the center features an award-winning 3D movie and interactive exhibits produced by UC Davis researchers, who are world experts in their field. Start or end your day at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Spa and Casino. Here, Lone Eagle Grille offers dining experiences located directly on the Lakeshore. Straddling the California/Nevada border, Crystal Bay has gaming action at three casinos including the Tahoe Biltmore, and the Crystal Bay Club, which regularly features well-known music acts on its two stages.

INCLINE VILLAGE

COURTESY OF DIAMOND PEAK

CRYSTAL BAY

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Olympic Valley Home to the renowned Squaw Valley ski resort and the 1960 Winter Olympics, this is one of the most scenic winter destinations in America. The Village at Squaw Valley is hopping with action, full of restaurants, bars and shops. Sit next to a fire pit in the central square and sip hot drinks while falling snowflakes settle on your nose. There is plentiful lodging in the Village, at nearby hotels and across the valley at the Resort at Squaw Creek. It adds up to a huge selection of “ski-in, ski-out” accommodations. When it’s time to dine, a full range of options awaits, from gourmet to pub-style. Those who don’t snowboard or ski can still climb the mountain via tram, which takes riders of all ages up the 2,000 vertical feet to High Camp. While you’re there, combine history with scenery and visit the Olympic Museum and Observation Deck. A popular snow-play area - with mini snowmobiles - is across the parking lot from the Village. Here you’ll also find cross-country ski trails that wind through the beautiful, wide meadow and up into the forest.

©RYAN SALM PHOTOGRAPHY

OLYMPIC VALLEY/SQUAW VALLEY & ALPINE MEADOWS

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COMMUNITY PROFILES

The Village at Northstar Located directly at the base of Big Springs Gondola, the Village features an outdoor skating rink surrounded by fire pits, lounge areas, restaurants and shops. Lifts connect the Village to a midmountain base area, as well as on-mountain residences with ski-in, ski-out access. Whether guests stay nearby at The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe or high-end rental homes or condos in The Village, guest service, luxury and accessibility are ever present. Luxurious amenities, activities fit for the entire family and a highly acclaimed Ski and Snowboard School make Northstar California the perfect resort for families looking for relaxed sophistication. Tahoe-Truckee Airport is just down the road, bringing guests unmatched ease and making travel accessible for private-plane owners. New this winter, Vail Resorts has partnered with the MINA Group to unveil Bourbon Pub at Northstar California Resort. Internationally acclaimed restaurateur, Michael Mina will bring reinvented pub fare to the base of the Big Springs Gondola in the heart of The Village at Northstar. Appealing to après ski-enthusiasts with an elevated pub menu, craft cocktails, and local beers and wine, Bourbon Pub will serve lunch and dinner daily.

ŠNORTHSTAR

THE VILLAGE AT NORTHSTAR

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Donner Summit Site of a historic railroad engineering feat, this is a scenic land of deep snow, huge granite cliffs and towering mountains. In the 1860s, hundreds of workers tunneled through solid rock here to crest the mighty Sierra Nevada Range, the most formidable obstacle to the building of the first Intercontinental railway. Highway 40 now roughly follows the route that earlier settlers used to reach California. The road is kept open in winter and has inspiring views of Donner Lake and the now-abandoned train tunnels over the summit. Sugar Bowl Ski resort is mid-way along Highway 40, perched atop the Sierra Crest, with two entrances and base lodges. Opening in 1939, the resort has a rich history and records some of the deepest annual snowpack in the U.S. Sugar Bowl also connects with Royal Gorge, the nation’s largest cross-country ski resort, which has two additional base areas near the small hamlet of Soda Springs. Three other downhill ski areas are nearby—Donner Ski Ranch, Soda Springs and Boreal Mountain Resort—the latter home to Woodward Tahoe’s indoor ramps and jump pits. To learn more about this area’s fascinating history, visit the Emigrant Trail Museum at Donner Memorial State Park, located at the east end of Donner Lake.

©CHRIS LABASCO/DREAMSTIME

TRUCKEE/DONNER SUMMIT

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COMMUNITY PROFILES

The historic Old West town of Truckee is less than 15 miles from North Lake Tahoe. Its downtown buildings are wonderfully preserved and house a wide variety of modern boutiques, restaurants, watering holes, galleries and shops. Truckee and its environs played a seminal role in the opening of the American West, first as a stop on the route pioneers took to California, then as the site of the most difficult phase of track-laying of the first Intercontinental Railroad. It was once a notorious frontier town, the center of the ice industry and, more than 100 years ago, the site of one of the West’s first winter mountain resorts. Ten downhill or cross-country ski resorts are now close by. The town has an outdoor ice rink and opened a new aquatics center in 2016. Also new is the Donner Memorial State Park Visitor Center, with exhibits on the difficult journey faced by those heading west to California. Old Highway 40 traces part of the route taken by those pioneers and now serves as the “shortcut” to Sugar Bowl ski resort (which plows the road clear throughout winter). This spectacular drive has been featured in numerous TV commercials and Hollywood movies, including, most recently, “Her.”

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Alibi Ale Works: Incline Public House 931 Tahoe Blvd, Incline Village, NV 89451 | 775-831-8300

Brewery

LD

Backyard Bar & BBQ 13031 Ritz-Carlton Highlands Court, Truckee | 530-562-3000 | ritzcarlton.com/laketahoe

Barbecue

L D FB

Bistro Elise 14 Hwy. 28, Crystal Bay | 775-833-6333 | crystalbaycasino.com

Coffee House

B L D FB

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Bourbon Pub 501 Northstar Dr., Village at Northstar

American

LD

Bridgetender Tavern & Grill 65 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-583-3342 | tahoebridgetender.com

American

B L D FB

Café Blue 13031 Ritz-Carlton Highlands Court, Truckee | 530-562-3000 | ritzcarlton.com/laketahoe

American

BLD

Café Zenon 251 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-583-1517 | cafezenon.com

Asian Fusion

B L D FB

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Caliente 8791 North Lake Blvd., Kings Beach | 530-546-1000 | calientetahoe.com

Mexican

D FB

CB’s Pizza 5075 North Lake Blvd., Carnelian Bay | 530-546-4738 | cbspizza.com

Pizza, Sandwiches

LD

Crystal Bay Steak & Lobster House 14 Highway 28, Crystal Bay | 775-833-6333 | crystalbaycasino.com

Steak, Seafood

D FB

Cutthroat’s Saloon 111 Country Club Dr., Incline Village | 775-832-1234 | laketahoe.hyatt.com

American

D FB

Sushi

LD

L D FB

Fifty Fifty Brewing Company 11197 Brockway Rd. #1, Truckee | 530-587-2337 | FiftyFiftyBrewing.com

American

L D FB

Fire Sign Café 1785 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-583-0871 | firesigncafe.com

American

BL

Front Street Pizza 205 River Rd., Tahoe City | 530-583-3770 | frontstreetpizza.com

Pizza

LD

Gar Woods Grill & Pier 5000 North Lake Blvd., Carnelian Bay | 530-546-3366 | garwoods.com

California, Pacific Rim L D FB

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Calif, French, Italian

D FB D FB

Jake’s On The Lake 780 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-583-0188 | jakestahoe.com

Seafood, Steak

L D FB

Jason’s Landing & Beachside Grille 8338 North Lake Blvd., Kings Beach | 530-546-3315 | jasonsbeachsidegrille.com

American

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American

Mexican

Drunken Monkey 11253 Brockway Rd. #105, Truckee | 530-582-9755 | drunkenmonkeysushi.com

Graham’s at Squaw Valley 1650 Squaw Valley Rd., Olympic Valley | 530-581-0454 | dinewine.com

Fat Cat Bar & Grill 599 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-583-3855 | tahoefatcat.com

Hacienda Del Lago 760 N Lake Blvd #30, Tahoe City | 530-581-3700 | hacdellago.com

Banquet Seating

Take-out

Catering Services

Deck/Outdoor Seating

Meals Served

Food Served

B = Breakfast L = Lunch D = Dinner FB = Full Bar

Reservations Required

DIRECTORY | DINING

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L D FB

La Mexicana 8515 Brook Ave., Kings Beach | 530-546-0310 | lamexicanakb.com

Mexican

BLD

Lanza’s Italian Restaurant 7739 North Lake Blvd., Kings Beach | 530-546-2434 | lanzastahoe.com

Italian

D FB

Las Panchitas Mexican Restaurant 8345 North Lake Blvd., Kings Beach | 530-546-4539 | laspanchitas.com

Mexican

Mountain High Sandwich Company 120 Country Club Dr., #28, Incline Village | 775-298-2636 | mountainhighsandwichco.com The Living Room 13031 Ritz-Carlton Highlands Ct., Truckee | 530-562-3000 | ritzcarlton.com

L D FB

Deli

BL

American

LD

Lodge at Tahoe Donner 12850 Northwoods Blvd., Truckee | 530-587-9455 | tahoedonner.com

California

L D FB

Lone Eagle Grille Hyatt Regency 111 Country Club Dr., Incline Village | 775-886-6899 | loneeaglegrille.com

Steak, Seafood

L D FB

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Manzanita 13031 Ritz-Carlton Highlands Ct., Truckee | 530-562-3000 | ritzcarlton.com/laketahoe

American

B L D FB

Moe’s Original Bar B Que 700 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-807-1023 | moesoriginalbbq.com

Barbecue

LD

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Obexer’s General Store 5300 West Lake Blvd., Homewood | 530-525-1300 | obexersgeneralstore.com

Deli

L

American

L D FB

Pizza on the Hill 11509 Northwoods Blvd., Truckee | 530-582-9669 | tahoedonner.com

Bistro, California, Pizza

L D FB

American, California

L D FB

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The Pioneer Cocktail Club 521 N. Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-523-0402 | pcctahoe.com PlumpJack Cafe & Bar 1920 Squaw Valley Rd., Olympic Valley | 530-583-1578 | plumpjacksquawvalleyinn.com

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River Grill 55 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-581-2644 | rivergrilltahoe.com

American, California

D FB

River Ranch Lodge & Restaurant 2285 River Rd., Tahoe City | 530-583-4264 | riverranchlodge.com

American, Steak

L D FB

Rosie’s Cafe 571 N Lake Blvd, Tahoe City | 530-583-8504 | rosiescafe.com

American

B L D FB

Six Peaks Grille 400 Squaw Creek Rd., Olympic Valley | 530-581-6621 | squawcreek.com

Soup, Steak

L D FB

Starbucks Coffee at Northstar 100 Northstar Dr., Truckee | 530-562-3680 | northstarcalifornia.com

Coffee House

BL

Starbucks Coffee at Squaw Valley 1960 Squaw Valley Rd., Olympic Valley | 530-584-6120 | squawalpine.com

Coffee House

BL

Sunnyside Restaurant & Lodge 1850 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-583-7200 | sunnysideresort.com

Seafood, Steak

L D FB

Susie Scoops Ice Cream 869 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village | 775-831-8181 | susiescoops.com

Ice Cream, Bakery

L

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Sweet Potato’s Deli 400 Squaw Creek Rd., Olympic Valley | 530-583-6300 | squawcreek.com

American

BL

Taco Bell 8491 North Lake Blvd., Kings Beach | 530-546-2215 | tacobell.com

Mexican

LD

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Truckee Donner Lodge 10527 Cold Stream Rd., Truckee | 530-582-9999 | truckeedonnerlodge.com

American

B

Tunnel Creek Café 1115 Tunnel Creek Rd., Incline Village | 775-298-2502 | tunnelcreekcafe.com

American

BL

Uncorked, Squaw Valley 1750 Village East Rd, Squaw Valley | 530-584-6090 | uncorkedtahoe.com

Wine Bar

FB

Waterman’s Landing 5166 North Lake Blvd., Carnelian Bay | 530-546-3590 | watermanslanding.com

American

BL

West Shore Café & Inn 5160 West Lake Blvd., Homewood | 530-525-5200 | westshorecafe.com

Bistro, California

L D FB

West Shore Market 1780 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-584-2475 | westshoremarket.com

American, Deli

L

West Shore Pizza 7000 W Lake Blvd, Tahoma, CA 96142 | 530-525-4771

Pizza

LD

Wolfdale’s Cuisine Unique 640 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-583-5700 | wolfdales.com

Asian, Pacific Rim

D FB

Za’s 395 North Lake Blvd, Tahoe City | 530-583-9292 | zastahoe.com

American

D FB

Banquet Seating

Take-out

BL

Catering Services

Reservations Required

Meals Served

Coffee, Bakery, Deli

Deck/Outdoor Seating

Tahoe House Bakery & Gourmet 625 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City | 530-583-1377 | tahoe-house.com

Food Served

B = Breakfast L = Lunch D = Dinner FB = Full Bar

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Lakeview

Pool/Hot Tub

Pets

Castle Peak Vacation Rentals Serene Lakes | 530-426-1226 | castlepeak.com

Chinquapin/Packard Realty Tahoe City | 530-583-6991 | chinquapin.com

Club Tahoe Resort Incline Village | 775-831-5750 | clubtahoe.com

Constellation Residences at Northstar Truckee | 530-214-0660 | constellationatnorthstar.com

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Donner Summit Rentals Truckee | 530-426-9323 | donnersummitrentals.com

First Accommodations Carnelian Bay | 530-546-5547 or 888-486-3143 | firstaccommodations.com

Goldfish Properties at Lake Tahoe Incline Village | 775-832-4646 or 800-948-7311 | goldfishproperties.com

Granite Peak Management 530-583-7545 | granitepeakmanagement.com

Hauserman Rental Group Tahoe City | 530-583-3793 | enjoytahoe.com

Incline Property Management Incline Village | 775-832-0284| ipm-tahoe.com

Incline Vacation Rentals Incline Village | 775-831-3349 or 800-831-3304 | inclinevacations.com

InvitedHome South Lake Tahoe | 530-738-5150 | invitedhome.com

Lake Tahoe Accommodations South Lake Tahoe | 530-544-3234 | tahoeaccommodations.com

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Weddings

Kitchen

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Gaming Nearby

Dining Onsite

Agate Bay Realty Carnelian Bay | 530-546-4256 or 800-550-6740 | agatebay.com Brockway Springs Resort Kings Beach | 530-546-4201 | brockwaysprings.com

VACATION RENTALS

Ski In/Ski Out

Dining Nearby

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Naillon General Maintenance, Inc. Tahoe City | 530-208-5475 | tahoecitypropertymanagers.com Northstar Mountain Home Vacation Rentals Truckee | 888-804-2894 | northstarattahoe.com

Sierra Mountain Properties Tahoe City | 530-583-0880 | sierramountainprop.com

Sierra Vacations by Natural Retreats Tahoe Vista | 530-546-8222 or 844-274-7596 | sierravacations.com

Squaw Valley Realty/Rentals Olympic Valley | 530-583-3451

Stay in Lake Tahoe Tahoe City | 530-583-4495 or 800-655-0608 | stayinlaketahoe.com

Tahoe Exclusive Vacation Rentals Truckee | 530-448-8044 | tahoeexclusivevacationrentals.com

Tahoe Getaways Vacation Rentals Tahoe City | 800-922-4929 or 530-583-0220 | tahoegetaways.com

Tahoe Incline Apartments Incline Village | 775-831-7853 | tahoegetaways.com

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Tahoe Luxury Properties Tahoe City | 530-584-3444 | tluxp.com

Tahoe Marina Lakefront Condos Tahoe City | 800-748-5650 | tahoeml.com

Tahoe Moon Properties Tahoe City | 866-581-2771 | tahoemoonproperties.com

Tahoe Mountain Lodging Truckee | 530-550-3300 or 800-757-9763 | tahoemountainlodging.com

Tahoe North Rentals Carnelian Bay | 800-585-3312 | tahoenorthrentals.com

Tahoe Park Realty Sunnyside | 530-583-6942 | tahoeparkrealty.com

Tahoe Real Estate Group Tahoe City | 530-583-1566 | tahoerentalcompany.com

Tahoe Rentals by Wells and Bennett Realtors Tahoe City | 800-858-2463 | tahoerentals.com

Tahoe Resort Property Management Truckee | 530-583-0220 | tahoegetaways.com

Tahoe Signature Properties Truckee | 530-562-4242 | tahoeluxerentals.com

Tahoe Tavern Properties Tahoe City | 530-583-3704 | tavernproperties.com Tahoe Time Plaza Incline Village | 775-831-3831 | tahoetimeplaza.com

Tahoe Vacation Rentals Tahoe City | 530-583-3550 | tahoevacationrentals.com

Tahoe Woodside Vacation Rentals Tahoe Vista | 530-546-4698 | tahoewoodside.com

Vacasa Rentals North Lake Tahoe | 503-345-9399 | vacasarentals.com

Vacation Station, Inc. Incline Village | 775-831-3664 or 800-841-7443 | vacationstation.com

Vacation Tahoe by O’Neal Brokers Tahoe City | 800-222-5758 | vacationtahoerentals.com

VACAY North Tahoe Tahoe Vista | 530-546-9009 | vacanorthtahoe.com

Tahoe Time Vacation Rentals Tahoe City | 530-583-5522 | tahoetimevacationrentals.com

Tahoe Vacation Properties Tahoe City | 530-583-8986 | tahoevacationproperty.com

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Waters of Tahoe Properties Tahoe Vista | 530-546-8904 or 800-215-8904 | watersoftahoe.com

West Lake Properties at Tahoe Tahoe City | 530-583-0268 | westlakeproperties.com

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Border House Crystal Bay | 775-833-6333 | crystalbaycasino.com/borderhouse

Cal Lodge Hostel Norden | 408-297-5202 | callodge.com

Cedar Crest Cottages Homewood | 530-412-9222 | cedarcrestcottages.com

Cedar Glen Lodge Tahoe Vista | 530-546-4281 | tahoecedarglen.com

Cedar House Sport Hotel Truckee | 530-582-5655 | cedarhousesporthotel.com

Chalet de Huttlinger Homewood | 925-964-3440 | chaletdehuttlinger.com

Christy Lodge Olympic Valley | 530-412-5436 | dinewine.com

Donner Lake Village Truckee | 855-979-0402 | donnerlakevillage.com

Firelite Lodge Tahoe Vista | 530-546-7222 or 800-934-7222 | tahoelodge.com

Franciscan Lakeside Lodge Tahoe Vista | 530-546-6300 or 800-564-6754 | franciscanlodge.com

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Hostel Tahoe Kings Beach | 530-546-3266 | hosteltahoe.com

The Lodge at Obexer’s Homewood | 530-525-5505 | thelodgeatobexers.com

Mother Nature’s Inn Tahoe City | 530-581-4278 or 800-558-4278 | mothernaturesinn.com

Northstar Lodge, A Welk Resort Truckee | 530-562-3900 | welkresorts.com/northstar-lodge

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Pepper Tree Inn Tahoe City | 530-583-3711 | peppertreetahoe.com

PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn Olympic Valley | 530-583-1576 | plumpjacksquawvalleyinn.com

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Rainbow Tavern & Lodge Soda Springs | 530-562-5062 | therainbowlodge.com Red Wolf Lakeside Lodge Tahoe Vista | 530-546-6262 or 877-681-4171 | redwolflakesidelodge.com

Red Wolf Lodge at Squaw Valley Olympic Valley | 530-583-7226 | redwolfsquaw.com

River Ranch Lodge & Restaurant Tahoe City | 530-583-4264 | riverranchlodge.com

Squaw Valley Lodge Olympic Valley | 855-549-6742 | squawvalleylodge.com

Stevenson’s Holliday Inn Kings Beach | 530-546-2269 | stevensonslaketahoe.com

Sunnyside Restaurant & Lodge Tahoe City | 530-583-7200 | sunnysideresort.com

Tahoe Biltmore Lodge & Casino Crystal Bay | 775-831-0660 or 800-245-8667 | tahoebiltmore.com

Tahoe City Inn Tahoe City | 800-800-8246 or 530-581-3333 | tahoecityinn.com

Tahoe Edgelake Beach Club Tahoe Vista | 530-546-5974 | tahoeedgelakebeachclub.com

Tahoe North Shore Lodge Carnelian Bay | 530-546-3425 | tahoenorthshorelodge.com

Tahoe Vista Lodge and Cabins Tahoe Vista | 530-546-3523 | rusticcottages.com

Tahoe Vistana Inn Tahoe Vista | 530-546-2529 | tahoevistanainn.net Tamarack Lodge Tahoe City | 530-583-3350 | tamarackattahoe.com West Shore Café & Inn Homewood | 530-525-5200 | westshorecafe.com

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Weddings

Ski In/Ski/Out

Pets

Pool/Hot Tub

Lakeview

Tahoma Meadows Cottages Bed & Breakfast Tahoma | 530-525-1553 | tahomameadows.com

Kitchen

Cottage Inn at Lake Tahoe Tahoe City | 530-581-4073 | thecottageinn.com

Dining Onsite

Dining Nearby

BED & BREAKFASTS

Holiday House Tahoe Vista | 530-546-2369 or 800-294-6378

Olympic Village Inn Olympic Valley | 530-581-6000 | olympicvillageinn.com

Hotel Truckee Tahoe Truckee | 530-587-4525 | hoteltruckeetahoe.com

Parkside Inn at Incline Incline Village | 775-831-1052 | parksideinnatincline.com

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Pets

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Lakefront

Americas Best Value Inn Tahoe City Tahoe City | 530-583-3766 or 866-588-8246 | abvitahoecity.com Basecamp Hotel Tahoe City | 530-580-8430 | basecamptahoecity.com

Ski In/Ski Out

Lakeview

Kitchen

Dining Onsite

INNS, LODGES, HOSTELS & HOTELS

Dining Nearby

LODGING | DIRECTORY

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Ferrari’s Crown Resort Kings Beach | 530-546-3388 | tahoecrown.com

Granlibakken Tahoe Tahoe City | 530-583-4242 or 800-543-3221 | granlibakken.com

Harveys Lake Tahoe Stateline | 775-588-2411

Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino Incline Village | 775-832-1234 | laketahoe.hyatt.com

The Lodge at Sugar Bowl Norden | 530-426-6742 | sugarbowl.com

Meeks Bay Resort & Marina Meeks Bay | 530-525-6946 | meeksbayresort.com

Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort Tahoe Vista | 530-546-9500 or 800-273-5298 | MLRtahoe.com

Nakoma Resort Clio | 877-462-5662 | nakomaresort.com

Northstar California Resort Truckee | 530-562-2205 or 800-466-6784 | NorthstarCalifornia.com

Resort at Squaw Creek Olympic Valley | 530-583-6300 or 800-327-3353 | squawcreek.com

Rustic Cottage Resort Truckee | 530-546-3523 | rusticcottages.com

Tahoe Sands Resort Tahoe Vista | 530-546-2592 | tahoesandsresort.com

The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe Truckee | 530-562-3000 | ritzcarlton.com/laketahoe

The Village at Squaw Valley Lodging Olympic Valley | 866-818-6963 | squawalpine.com

Weddings

Casino/Night Life

Ski In/Ski Out

Pool/Hot Tub

Kitchen

Lakeview

RESORTS

Dining Onsite

Dining Nearby

DIRECTORY | LODGING/SHOPPING

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SHOPPING ART GALLERIES

The Eadington Gallery 589 North Lake Blvd., Ste.1 Tahoe City 530-583-9000 theeadingtongallery.com Gallery Keoki The Village at Squaw Valley 1850 South Village Rd., Ste. 42 Olympic Valley 530-583-1404 gallerykeoki.com Gatekeepers Museum 130 W Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-1762 North Tahoe Arts 380 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-581-2787 northtahoearts.com Trunk Show Cobblestone Mall 475 North Lake Blvd., Ste.154 Tahoe City 530-584-7554 tahoetrunkshow.com

CLOTHING: ACTIVEWEAR & RETAIL Alpenglow Sports 415 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-6917 alpenglowsports.com

Any Mountain 501 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-580-8240 anymountain.net Mountain Hardware and Sports 11320 Donner Pass Rd. Truckee 530-587-4844 mountainhardwareandsports. com PlumpJack Sport 1995 Squaw Valley Rd. Olympic Valley 530-584-6181 plumpjacksport.com Tahoe Dave’s Ski & Snowboard Shop Tahoe City-Snowboard 600 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-0400 tahoedaves.com Village Ski Loft 800 Tahoe Blvd. Incline Village 775-831-3537

FLORISTS, LANDSCAPING, SNOW REMOVAL Cascade Snow Removal 530-426-9500 Cascadesnowremoval.com

Deluxe Landscaping 12277 Soaring Way, Ste. 313 Truckee 530-448-8144

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High Sierra Gardens 866 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village 775-831-7575 hsgardens.com Pomin’s Tahoe Hot Tubs 2911 Lake Forest Rd., Tahoe City 530-583-1661 tahoehottubs.com Rock & Rose 10739 Glenshire Dr., Truckee 530-550-7744 rocknrose.com Summit Ice Melt Systems 530-583-8888 summiticemelt.com Tahoe Tree Company 401 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-3911 Truckee-Tahoe Lumber Company 10242 Church St., Truckee 530-582-2100 315 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-3731 ttlco.com Wanda’s Flower Shop 395 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-581-2180 wandasflowers.com

HARDWARE

Mountain Hardware and Sports 11320 Donner Pass Rd. Truckee 530-587-4844 mountainhardwareandsports. com Swigard’s True Value Hardware 200 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-3738 ww3.truevalue.com/tahoe truevalue Village Ace Hardware 910 Tahoe Blvd., Unit 103 Tahoe City 775-831-2020 acehardware.com

HOME & GIFTS

Cabin Fever 551 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-8143 cabinfevertahoe.com Hemmings & Jarrett 760 North Lake Blvd. (Boatworks Mall), Tahoe City 530-583-0408 hemmingsandjarrett.com North Lake Tahoe Visitors Information Center 100 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-581-6900 gotahoenorth.com

Incline Village/Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau 969 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village 775-832-1606 gotahoenorth.com The Potlatch 930 Tahoe Blvd., Ste. 401 Incline Village 775-833-2485 potlatchlaketahoe.com Well Being Massage & Skin Care 8571 North Lake Blvd. Kings Beach 530-546-3335

KIDS

Ambassador Toys 8001 Northstar Dr., Ste. 8106 Truckee 530-562-62600 ambassadortoys.com Mind Play 1985 Squaw Valley Rd. Olympic Valley 530-584-6133 squawalpine.com Village Toys 869 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village 775-831-8181 villagetoys.com

OFFICE SUPPLIES/ SERVICES Atomic Printing 1730 Hwy. 89, Tahoe City 530-581-5812 atomicprinting.com


SHOPPING/SERVICES | DIRECTORY

Certified Folder Display 919 Incline Court, Ste. 25 775-832-2002 certifiedfolder.com

The Store… Copies & More 351 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-6511 thestorecopiesandmoreca.com

West Shore Market 1780 W Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-584-2475 westshoremarket.com

Christmas Tree Village Shopping Center 868 Tahoe Blvd. Incline Village

The Office Boss 12177 Business Park Dr., Ste. 2 Truckee 530-587-1620 theofficeboss.com

SPECIALTY FOOD & GOURMET SHOPS

PARTY SUPPLIES/ ENTERTAINMENT

Lighthouse Shopping Center 840 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-3471 cobblestonetahoe.com

Postal Express 774 Mays Blvd., Ste. 10 Incline Village 775-832-1000 tahoepostal.com Paper Trail Secretarial 925 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-581-5692 Print Art/Sierra Mail 8491 Brook Ave. Kings Beach 530-546-4989

Alpen Sierra Coffee Co. 2222 Park Pl., Minden 775-783-7263 alpensierracoffee.com

Mountain Valley Meats 11209 Brockway Rd., Ste. 101 Truckee 530-550-7197 mountainvalleymeats.com Tahoe House Bakery & Gourmet 625 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-1377 tahoe-house.com

Crux Events & Party Rentals 530-587-8700 cruxevents.com Inspired Balloons Tahoe City 530-414-5717 Inspiredballoons.com

PET SUPPLIES

Scraps Dog Bakery 475 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-584-0220

The Village at Northstar 5001 Northstar Dr., Truckee 800-466-6784 northstarcalifornia.com Village at Squaw Valley 1750 Village East Rd. Olympic Valley 530-584-1000 thevillageatsquaw.com

WINE & SPIRITS Petra 3001 Northstar Dr. Truckee 530-562-0600 uncorkedtahoe.com

Southern Wine & Spirits 775-355-4500 southernglazers.com Tahoe Blue Vodka Local Grocers & Retail Outlets tahoebluevodka.com Uncorked 1750 Village East Rd., Ste. 62 Olympic Valley 530-584-6090 475 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-581-1106 teloswine.com

SHOPPING CENTER

Cobblestone Center 475 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-1580 cobblestonetahoe.com

SERVICES AIRPORT/TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

Truckee North Tahoe Transportation Management Assoc./Public Bus Service 800-736-6365 laketahoetransit.com

BANKS & INSURANCE

Bell Limousine 100 Sunshine Ln., Reno 800-235-5466 bell-limo.com

Truckee Tahoe Airport District 10356 Truckee Airport Rd. Truckee 530-587-4119 truckeetahoeairport.com

Bank of the West 150 West Lake Blvd.,Tahoe City 530-581-6960 bankofthewest.com

Air Tahoe 833-AIR-TAHO (247-8246) airtahoe.com

Gary Air - Air Taxi 408-805-4359 garyair.us Mountain Lion Aviation 10356 Truckee Airport Rd., Truckee 530-655-1100 mountainlion.aero North Lake Tahoe Express Tahoe City 866-216-5222 northlaketahoeexpress.com Reno Tahoe Limousine 3200 Mill St., Ste. A, Reno 800-660-4546 renotahoelimo.com Tahoe Sierra Transportation 530-550-5300, Truckee tahoesierratransportation.com

ANIMAL BOARDING & SERVICES BEAR League 4875 W. Lake Blvd. Homewood 530-525-7297 savebears.org

Burton Creek Veterinary Clinic 2933 Lake Forest Rd. Tahoe City 530-583-8587 Pet Network Animal Friends 401 Village Blvd., Incline Village 775-832-4404 petnetwork.org Humane Society of Truckee Tahoe 10961 Stevens Ln. Truckee 530-587-5948 hstt.org

Bank of the West 200 Bear St., Kings Beach 530-546-8755 bankofthewest.com

Charles Schwab & Co. Inc. 10770 Donner Pass Rd., Truckee 530-448-8038 schwab.com El Dorado Savings Bank 740 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-3718 eldoradosavingsbank.com Kahn Investment Company 1360 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-5930 McClintock Accountancy Corporation 11500 Donner Pass Rd. Truckee 530-587-9221 Plumas Bank 8475 North Lake Blvd. Kings Beach 530-546-7277 plumasbank.com

Plumas Bank 243 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-581-2857 plumasbank.com PWA Insurance Services 2377 Gold Meadow Way Ste. 250, Gold River 916-631-7887 pwadmin.com Sierra Insurance Associates 530-550-0123 Sierrainsurance.com Umpqua Bank 910 Tahoe Blvd., Ste. 101 Incline Village 775-832-8100 umpquabank.com Wells Fargo 776 Tahoe Blvd. Incline Village 775-885-5500 wellsfargo.com

BEAUTY/SPA/ WELLNESS

Lighthouse Spa 850 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-8100 lighthousespa.com

Lighthouse Spa at Granlibakken 725 Granlibakken Rd. Tahoe City 530-583-8111 lighthousespa.com Massage on the Lake Day Spa 589 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-3200 massageonthelake.com Resort at Squaw Creek Spa 400 Squaw Creek Rd. Olympic Valley 530-583-6300 800-327-3353 squawcreek.com The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe 13031 Ritz-Carlton Highlands Ct., Truckee 530-562-3000 ritzcarlton.com/laketahoe Stillwater Spa & Salon 111 Country Club Dr. Incline Village 775-832-1234 Well Being Massage & Skin Care 8571 North Lake Blvd. Kings Beach 530-546-3335 wellbeingtahoe.com

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DIRECTORY | SERVICES

CHILD CARE

A+ First Baptist Church of Tahoe City 390 Fairway Dr., Tahoe City 530-583-1534 tahoeministries.com Boys & Girls Club 1100 Lyons Ave. South Lake Tahoe 530-542-0838 bgcnlt.org Rideout Community Center 740 Timberland Ln., Tahoe City 530-583-3440 tahoecitypud.com

BUILDING, CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE Bervid Custom Building 8000 North Lake Blvd. Kings Beach 530-546-2297 bervidcustombuilding.com

Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe 12313 Soaring Way, Ste. 1G 530-550-9999 ca-tt.com

FITNESS

A Santé Lakeside Fitness 850 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-4283 asantefitness.com High Altitude Fitness 880 Northwood Blvd. Incline Village 775-831-4212 highaltitudefit.net Incline Village Recreation Center 980 Incline Way, Incline Village 775-832-1300 inclinerecreation.com Mountain Lotus Yoga 760 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-7500 Mountainlotusyoga.com Wanderlust Studio 1750 Village East Rd., Ste. 64 Olympic Valley 530-584-6140 squaw.wanderlustyoga.com

HOME DESIGN, ARCHITECTS, ENGINEERS

Denney Coughlin, General Contractor 1234 Canyon Dr., Wellington 775-309-9273 menloparkhandyman.com

Auerbach Engineering Corporation 8645 W. Lake Blvd. Ste. 1 Tahoe City 530-581-1116 auerbachengineering.com

Naillon General Maintenance 530-208-5475 Tahoecitypropertymanagers. com

CDM Smith, Inc. 12313 Soaring Way, Ste. 2D Truckee 530-582-7235 chamber.truckee.com

Truckee-Tahoe Lumber Company 315 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-3731 ttlco.com

Elise Fett & Associates, Ltd. Aia Rce 440 NV-28, Crystal Bay 775-833-3388 elisefett.com

CONCIERGE

BabyQuip 775-298-1183 babyquip.com/ted451

Gabbart & Woods 1680 Montclair Ave., Ste. B 775-323-6633 gabbartandwoods.com

High Sierra Concierge Carnelian Bay 530-546-6088 highsierraworks.com

JK Architecture & Engineering 165 River Rd., Ste. 1 530-583-9222 jkaedesign.com

Tahoe Luxury Services 531 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-581-3400 tahoeluxuryservices.com

Kelly Brothers Painting, Inc. 11020 Trails End Truckee 530-550-0806 kellybrotherspainting.com

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Todd Gordon Mather Architect 243 North Lake Blvd., Ste. 7 Tahoe City 530-414-4662 tgmarchitect.com Ward Young Architecture/ Planning 12010 Donner Pass Rd. Truckee 530-587-3859 wyarch.com

HOSPITALS/ URGENT CARE

Incline Village Community Hospital 880 Alder Ave., Incline Village 775-833-4100 tfhd.com Tahoe Forest Hospital 10121 Pine Ave., Truckee 530-587-6011 tfhd.com Truckee Tahoe Medical Group 925 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 10956 Donner Pass Rd. Ste. 110, Truckee 530-581-8864 ttmg.net Western Sierra Medical Clinic 844 Old Tunnel Rd. Grass Valley 530-274-9762 wsmcmed.org

MEDICAL/DENTAL SERVICES Dr. Jonathan Smith 780 Northwood Blvd. Incline Village 775-831-4131

Kings Beach Dental 8079 North Lake Blvd Kings Beach 530-546-5678 Sierra Senior Services 10040 Estates Dr., Truckee 530-550-7600 sierraseniors.org Skin Cancer & Dermatology Institute 917 Tahoe Blvd., #101, Incline Village 775-324-0699 skincancerderm.com Tahoe Sierra Aesthetic Laser 10956 Donner Pass Rd. Ste. 120, Truckee 530-582-3665 tahoelaser.com

West Orthodontics 10021 Martis Valley Rd., Ste. B Truckee 530-587-5582 drwestortho.com

PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEOGRAPHY

Jeff Lamppert Photography 530-581-0300 lamppert.com Nina Photography 530-412-0819 ninaphototahoe.com Rob Retting Photography 775-233-6820 rettingphotography.com

PLACES OF WORSHIP & WELLNESS BAPTIST

First Baptist Church of Tahoe City 390 Fairway Dr., Tahoe City 530-583-1534 tahoeministries.com

LUTHERAN

Christ the King Lutheran Church 3125 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-1222 Ctktahoe.net

EPISCOPAL

St. Nicholas’ Episcopal Church 855 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-4713 stnicksepiscopal.org St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church 341 Village Blvd., Incline Village 775-831-1418 tahoeepiscopal.org

NONDENOMINATIONAL

Center for Spiritual Living 700 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-581-5117 tahoe.csi.org For Goodness Sake 10157 Donner Pass Rd. Truckee 530-550-8981 Goodnesssake.org

PRESBYTERIAN

The Village Church 736 McCourry Blvd. Incline Village 775-831-0784 thevillagechurchnv.org

ROMAN CATHOLIC

Saint Francis of Assisi 701 Mount Rose Hwy. Incline Village 775-831-0490 sftahoe.org

United Church of Christ Squaw Valley Chapel 444 Squaw Peak Rd. Squaw Valley 530-581-4011

REAL ESTATE

Agate Bay Realty 4991 North Lake Blvd. Carnelian Bay 800-550-6740 agatebay.com Chase International 866-470-8863 chaseinternational.com Coldwell Banker Michael Lombardi 530-581-7779 Dave Westall, Oliver Luxury Real Estate 319 W. Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-448-9882 westallrealestate.com Fidelity National Title Company of California 495 North Lake Blvd., Ste. 273 530-581-0542 rhondaevansfnt.com Mountainside at Northstar 14205 Mountainside Pl. Truckee 530-550-2010 Packard Realty 3280 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-6991 Packardrealty.com Placer Title Company 1959 Lake Tahoe Blvd. South Lake Tahoe 530-542-1811 placertitle.com Poulsen Commercial Properties 1604 Christy Hill Rd. Olympic Valley 530-583-0560 Sierra Nevada Properties/ Shane Thompson 110 Country Club Dr. #1, Incline Village 775-298-1038 shane@snphomes.com


SERVICES/WEDDING | DIRECTORY

Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty 950 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-4004 sierrasothebysrealty.com Sunbear Realty 811 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village 888-686-5253 sunbearrealty.com Tahoe Park Realty 1760 West Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-6942 Tahoeparkrealty.com Tahoe Luxury Properties 135 West River Rd. , Tahoe City 530-584-3444 tluxp.com Team Blair Tahoe 521 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-581-1400 Teamblairtahoe.com

TECHNOLGY

Innovative IT Services 255 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe Vista 530-725-0447

VACATION PLANNING Destination Services (DSC) 775-831-1796 dsc-co.com

Getaway Reno/Tahoe 866-652-6563 planmygetaway.com Incline Village Visitor Center 969 Tahoe Blvd. Incline Village 775-832-1606

USDA Forest Service Truckee Ranger District 10811Stockrest Springs Rd. Truckee 530-587-3558 fs.usda.gov/tahoe

North Lake Tahoe Official Gotahoenorth.com Placer County Visitors Bureau & California Welcome Center 1103 High St., Auburn 530-887-2111 visitplacer.com Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority 2001 E. Plumb Ln., Reno 775-328-6400 renoairport.com flyrenotahoe.com Tahoe City Visitor Information Center 100 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-581-6900 gotahoenorth.com Truckee Visitor Center & California Welcome Center 10065 Donner Pass Rd. Truckee 530-587-2757 truckee.com

WEDDING & EVENTS CATERERS & BAKERIES

Bella Affair Catering 775-831-3663 bellaaffair.com Hey Chef! 530-582-4882 heychef.com

COORDINATORS Ann Poole Weddings 530-412-5436 tahoeminister.com Blue Sky Events 877-558-2463 blueskyevents.biz Mountain High Weddings 530-686-6028 mountainhighweddings.com Rocky Mountain Connections 775-548-0704 rmcdmc.com

Tahoe Engaged Tahoe Wedding Industry Group 11589 Snowpeak Way, Ste. 101 Truckee 530-563-6392 tahoeengaged.com

EVENT CENTERS

North Tahoe Event Center 530-546-7249 northtahoeevents.com

ENTERTAINMENT

Garden to Glass Mixology 619-977-7593 Gardentoglassmixology.com Leep Entertainment 800-787-6390 775-787-6000 leepentertainment.com

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DIRECTORY | ACTIVITIES

ACTIVITIES AERIAL TRAM/ GONDOLA RIDES

BREWERIES

Northstar California 100 Northstar Dr., Truckee 530-562-1010 northstarcalifornia.com

Alibi Ale Works Incline Public House 931 Tahoe Blvd. Incline Village 775-831-8300

Squaw Valley 1960 Squaw Valley Rd. Olympic Valley 800-403-0206 squawalpine.com

Fifty Fifty Brewing Co. 11197 Brockway Rd. Ste. 1, Truckee 530-587-2337 fiftyfiftybrewing.com

ARCADES

CLIMBING WALLS/ ROPES COURSES/ ZIP LINES

Bowl Incline 920 Southwood Blvd. Incline Village 775-831-1900 bowlincline.com Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort 111 Country Club Dr. Incline Village 775-832-1234 laketahoe.hyatt.com Resort at Squaw Creek 400 Squaw Creek Road Olympic Valley 530-583-6300 squawcreek.com Ritz-Carlton Lake Tahoe 13031 Ritz Carlton Highlands Ct. Northstar California 530-562-3000

ARCTIC PADDLEBOARDING/WINTER KAYAKING Deux OMies Deuxomies.com Waterman’s Landing 5166 North Lake Blvd. Carnelian Bay 530-546-3590 watermanslanding.com

BILLIARDS

Rideout Community Center 740 Timberline Ln., Tahoe City 530-583-3440x10 tcpud.org

BOWLING

Bowl Incline 920 Southwood Blvd. Incline Village 775-831-1900 bowlincline.com

Northstar Climbing Wall Village at Northstar, Upper level 100 Northstar Dr., Truckee 530-562-1010 northstarcalifornia.com Squaw Valley Adventure Center 1960 Squaw Valley Rd. Olympic Valley 530-581-7563 squawadverture.com Tahoe Treetop Adventure Park 775 Granlibakken Rd., Tahoe City 530-583-ROPE northtahoeadventures.com

CINEMAS

Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema 475 North Lake Blvd. #107 Tahoe City 530-584-2431 tahoearthauscinema.com

CRAFTS

Village Toys 873 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village 775-831-8181 villagetoys.com Villager Candle Shop Village at Northstar 530-562-8884

CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING Granlibakken Resort 725 Granlibakken Rd. Tahoe City 530-581-7533 granlibakken.com

Northstar California 100 Northstar Dr. Truckee 530-562-1010 northstarcalifornia.com

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North Tahoe Regional Park 6600 Donner Road Tahoe Vista 530-546-4212 placer.ca.gov Resort at Squaw Creek Cross Country Center 400 Squaw Creek Rd. Olympic Valley 530-581-6637 squawcreek.com Royal Gorge Cross Country Ski Resort 9411 Pahatsi Rd. Soda Springs 530-426-3871 Royalgorge.com Sugar Pine State Park 9 miles south of Tahoe City on Hwy. 89 Tahoma 530-525-9528 parks.ca.gov Tahoe Adventure Co. Tahoe Vista 530-913-9212 tahoeadventurecompany.com Tahoe Donner Resort 15275 Alder Creek Rd. Truckee 530-587-9484 tahoedonner.com/crosscountry Tahoe XC 925 Country Club Dr. Tahoe City 530-583-5475 tahoexc.com

EDUCATIONAL

Tahoe City Historic Fish Hatchery 2400 Lake Forest Road Tahoe City 530-583-3279 terc.ucdavis.edu

Flyfishing School Resort at Squaw Creek 400 Squaw Creek Rd. Olympic Vally 530-583-6300 squawcreek.com Mickey’s Big Mack Charters Carnelian Bay 530-546-4444 mickeysbigmack.com Obexer’s General Store 5300 West Lake Blvd. Homewood 530-525-1300 obexersboat.com Swigard’s Hardware 200 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-3738 Tahoe City Marina 700 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-1039 tahoecitymarina.com

GAMING/GAMBLING

Crystal Bay Club Casino 6 Stateline Road , Crystal Bay 775-833-6333 crystalbaycasino.com Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort 111 Country Club Dr. Incline Village 775-832-1234 laketahoe.hyatt.com Tahoe Biltmore Lodge & Casino 5 Highway 28 , Crystal Bay 775-831-0660 tahoebiltmore.com

GUIDED TOURS

Alpenglow Expeditions 877-873-5376 Alpenglowexpeditions.com

UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center with Tahoe Science Center 291 Country Club Dr. Incline Village 775-881-7560 TahoeScienceCenter.org

Blue Water Charters 775-391-0321 Tahoecharter.com

FISHING

Lake Tahoe Cruises 775-589-4907 Zephyrcove.com/cruises

Captain Chris’ Fishin Charters 700 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-4857 tahoefishingcharters.com

Grand Tahoe Charters 530-412-4064

Stellar Tahoe Kings Beach 530-553-1303 stellartahoe.com

Tahoe Adventure Company 530-913-9212 tahoeadventurecompany.com Tahoe Gal 800-218-2464 Tahoegal.com

ICE-SKATING Resort at Squaw Creek 400 Squaw Creek Road Olympic Valley 800-327-3353 squawcreek.com Tahoe City Winter Sports Park 251 N. Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-1516 wintersportspark.com The Village at Northstar 100 Northstar Dr. Truckee 530-562-1010 northstarcalifornia.com

KIDS

Susie Scoops Ice Cream 869 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village 775-831-8181 susiescoops.com The Villager Candle Shop, Pottery & More 7001 Northstar Dr., Truckee 530-562-8884 villagercandles.com Village Toys 869 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village 775-831-8181 villagetoys.com

LIBRARIES

Kings Beach Library 301 Secline st. Kings Beach 530-546-2021 Incline Village Library 845 Alder Ave. Incline Village 775-832-4130 Tahoe City Library 740 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-3382

MUSEUMS

Gatekeeper’s Museum 130 West Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-583-1762 northtahoemuseums.org


ACTIVITIES | DIRECTORY

Nevada Museum of Art 160 Liberty St. Reno 775-329-3333 Nevadaart.com Olympic Museum High Camp, Squaw Valley Olympic Valley 800-403-0206 squawalpine.com Tahoe Maritime Museum 401 West Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-525-9283 tahoemaritimemuseum.org UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center with Tahoe Science Center 291 Country Club Dr. Incline Village 775-881-7566 TahoeScienceCenter.org

RENTALS

Alder Creek Adventure Center 15275 Alder Creek Rd. Truckee 530-587-9484 tahoedonner.com/alder-creekadventure-center Alpenglow Sports 415 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-583-6917 alpenglowsports.com Alpine Meadows 2600 Alpine Meadows Rd. Tahoe City 800-403-0206 squawalpine.com Any Mountain 501 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe City 530-580-8240 anymountain.net Diamond Peak Ski Area/ IVGID 1210 Ski Way Incline Village 775-832-1177 diamondpeak.com Donner Ski Ranch 19320 Donner Pass Rd. Norden 530-426-3635 donnerskiranch.com

Downhill Ski Resort 11509 Northwoods Truckee 530-587-9444 tahoedonner.com/downhillski Granlibakken Resort 725 Granlibakken Rd. Tahoe City 530-581-7533 granlibakken.com Homewood Mountain Resort 5145 West Lake Blvd. Homewood 530-525-2992 skihomewood.com Inn Shop of Squaw Valley 1920 Squaw Valley Rd. Olympic Valley 530-583-2195 innshop.com Northstar California 100 Northstar Dr. Truckee 530-562-1010 northstarcalifornia.com Olympic Bike Shop 620 North Lake Blvd. Tahoe City 530-581-2500 Olympicbikeshop.com Squaw Creek Sports Resort at Squaw Creek 400 Squaw Creek Rd. Olympic Valley 530-583-6300 squawcreek.com Squaw Valley 1960 Squaw Valley Road Squaw Valley 800-403-0206 squawalpine.com Sugar Bowl Ski Resort 629 Sugar Bowl Rd. Norden 530-426-9000 sugarbowl.com Tahoe Adventure Co. Tahoe Vista 530-913-9212 tahoeadventurecompany.com Tahoe Dave’s Tahoe City: 530-583-6415 Kings Beach: 530-546-5800 Truckee: 530-582-0900 Squaw Valley: 530-583-5665 tahoedaves.com

Village Ski Loft 800 Tahoe Blvd. Incline Village 775-831-3537 villageskiloft.com

Tahoe Donner 12790 Northwoods Blvd. Truckee 530-587-9400 tahoedonner.com/snowplay

West Shore Sports 5395 West Lake Blvd. Homewood 530-525-9920 westshoresports.com

STAR TOURS

SLEIGH RIDES

Borges Sleigh & Carriage Rides 775-588-2953 Sleighride.com

Tahoe Adventure Company 530-913-9212 tahoeadventurecompany.com Tahoe Star Tours 775-232-0844 tahoestartours.com

SNOWMOBILING

Coldstream Adventures 11760 Donner Pass Rd., Truckee 530-582-9090 coldstreamadventures.com Lake Tahoe Snowmobile Tours 6600 Donner Rd. Tahoe Vista 530-546-4280 laketahoesnowmobiling.com Sugar Bowl Ski Resort 629 Sugar Bowl Road Norden 530-426-9000 sugarbowl.com

SNOW PLAY/ SLEDDING/TUBING Granlibakken Ski Area 725 Granlibakken Road Tahoe City 530-581-7533 granlibakken.com Northstar California 100 Northstar Dr. Truckee 530-562-1010 northstarcalifornia.com North Tahoe Regional Park 6600 Donner Rd. Tahoe Vista 530-546-4212 placer.ca.gov Squaw Valley 1960 Squaw Valley Rd. Olympic Valley 800-403-0206 squawalpine.com

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EVENTS | CALENDAR

For a full list of North Lake Tahoe winter events, visit GoTahoeNorth.com/events Northstar Tost Daily, 2 pm (starting 12/14) Northstar California Northstarcalifornia.com Last Tracks Wine & Beer Tastings Saturdays, February 1 - April 11 Diamond Peak DiamondPeak.com

NOVEMBER

November 22-24 Welcome to Winter Celebration Northstar California Northstarcalifornia.com November 30 Tahoe City Holiday Hop Tahoe City Downtown Association Visittahoecity.org

DECEMBER

December 13 – 31 Merry Days and Holly Nights Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Squawalpine.com December 21 D Money’s Poker Run Sugar Bowl Sugarbowl.com December 25 Pancake Breakfast with Santa Tahoe Donner Tahoedonner.com December 31 New Year’s Eve Family Celebration & Ski Down Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Squawalpine.com December 31 Toast to Last Run of 2019 Homewood Skihomewood.com

November 29, December 6,13,20 Noel Nights Northstar California Northstarcalifornia.com

December 31 New Year’s Eve Fireworks Northstar California Resort Northstarcalifornia.com

December 5-8 Tahoe Film Fest Northstar/Incline Village/ Truckee Tahoefilmfest.com

All Month Long National Learn to Ski & Snowboard Month All North Lake Tahoe Resorts Skiandsnowboardmonth.org

JANUARY

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January 4-5 Lake Tahoe Backcountry Demo Event Alpine Meadows Alpenglowsports.com

MARCH

January 21 The Very Best Day to Learn to Ski and Ride Homewood Ski Resort Skihomewood.com

March 14 Gold Rush Festival Royal Gorge Royalgorge.com

January 24-25 11th Annual Ullr Fest Diamond Peak Diamondpeak.com

FEBRUARY

February 14 Ski Your Heart Out Mt. Rose Skirose.com February 15-23 Kid-O-Rama Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Squawalpine.com February 16 – 24 Alpenglow Sports Mountain Festival North Lake Tahoe Alpenglowsports.com February 28 – March 10 Snowfest! North Lake Tahoe Tahoesnowfest.org

March 8 I Did-a-Run Tahoe Donner Tahoedonner.com

March 28-29 Luggi Foeger Uphill/Downhill Diamond Peak Diamonepeak.com

APRIL

April 4 Gates and Wakes Homewood Skihomewood.com

March 14 Sugar Bowl Banked Slalom Sugar Bowl Sugarbowl.com

April 11 Tiki Pond Skim Sugar Bowl Sugarbowl.com

March 19-22 US Freestyle Mogul Nationals Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Squawalpine.com

April 18 Tahoe-Truckee Earth Day Celebration Village at Squaw Valley Tahoetruckeeearthday.com

March 21-22 Beer & Gear Festival Homewood Ski Resort Skihomewood.com

April 18 36th Annual Snow Golf Tournament Alpine Meadows Squawalpine.com

March 22 Dummy Downhill Diamond Peak Diamondpeak.com March 27-29 WinterWonderGrass Tahoe Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Winterwondergrasstahoe.com

MAY

May 2 30th Annual Cushing Crossing Squaw Valley Squawalpine.com May 23-24 Made in Tahoe Festival Village at Squaw Valley Squawalpine.com

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Dining & Après

Tremigo Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar KT Base Bar Olympic House 22 Bistro and Bar Auld Dubliner Irish Pub & Restaurant Coffeebar Euro Sweets Fireside Pizza Company Le Chamois & Loft Bar Mountain Nectar Rocker@Squaw Soupa Starbucks Coffee Company The Slot Bar Uncorked Wine Bar & Shop Wildflour Baking Company

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