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We will be replacing part of our roof this fall from October 30th - November 17th from 8am - 5pm, Monday-Friday. During this time we will remain open and lakefront rooms will be available. We will be closed on Saturday 9/30, 10/7, 10/14. 10/21. and 10/28 for weddings. We apologize for the inconvenience, Mahalo.
April 24, 2014 | Tim Hauserman A few weeks ago I set out to write several posts about all the things we can do at Tahoe to enjoy this early spring. So of course, it snowed. Yes, skiers, you can thank me now. For those who were done with winter, however, there is a silver […]Read More
March 25, 2014 | Tim Hauserman The 2014 Outside Magazine Travel Awards have recently been announced, and Lake Tahoe won the award for Best Lake in the world. Well, those of us who live here already know that, but still it doesn’t hurt to get a nice pat on the back. Congratulations Tahoe! Outside Online […]Read More
March 12, 2014 | Tim Hauserman Visitors to Lake Tahoe often come to the lake with specific plans for the recreational activities they will pursue here based on the calendar. If it’s March they bring up the skis. In June you will see cars with kayaks and mountain bikes hoisted onto the roof. In July, […]Read More
February 27, 2014 | Tim Hauserman Snowfest! North Lake Tahoe’s long running winter festival will be happening from February 28 through March 9th. Snowfest includes dozens of events that focus on getting out there and enjoying what Tahoe has to offer, as well as a ton of great opportunities for good eating, drinking and merry […]Read More
February 13, 2014 | Tim Hauserman We’ve got snow, with more hopefully on the way. It’s time to celebrate by learning a new winter sport, improving the one you already love, or just getting out there enjoying nature as part of the Alpenglow Mountain Festival, Winter Edition. It begins on February 14th and goes through […]Read More
February 10, 2014 | Tim Hauserman This past Saturday, February 8th, about 400 people packed Sunnyside for a celebration of the life of Will Rogers. A member of the North Tahoe High School class of 2008, Will went on to Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, received a degree in Viticulture and was working at his […]Read More
January 22, 2014 | Tim Hauserman The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia are just around the corner, beginning on February 6th. While worldwide attention is focused on security concerns caused by the events location near a hot bed of anti-Russian sentiment, those of us in Tahoe are just thrilled to see the winter sports, […]Read More
January 9, 2014 | Tim Hauserman Tahoe folks are trying everything at this point to get it to snow. People are removing snow tires, washing cars, and leaving valuable objects outside hoping they will soon be buried in the snow. My contribution to the snow making effort is to write this blog about the things […]Read More
December 27, 2013 | Tim Hauserman Do you ever wonder what animals do to get through our cold and snowy Tahoe winters? Will Richardson from the Tahoe Institute of Natural Sciences wondered too, and fortunately for us he recently presented an interesting summary of their survival techniques at the Tahoe Educational Research Center on the […]Read More
December 12, 2013 | Tim Hauserman At first glance, it looks like the chart for someone with a particularly powerful pulse. Strong and steady, with what seems like uniform ascents and declines. But it’s not the beating of a human heart it shows, but the rhythm of the water cycle of Lake Tahoe. The chart, […]Read More