It Is Not Just Us That Thinks Tahoe Is The Best For A Winter Vacation
By: Alex Silgalis
Towering snow-covered peaks, ice-free waters of Lake Tahoe and ample amounts of sunshine… there really isn’t a better place for a winter vacation. Sure, we can tell you why we think so, but why not let the pros give you the scoop. Here’s a sampling of the latest accolades we’ve gotten that really showcase why we’re The Best for a winter vacation.
If you and your family have an adventurous spirit, this lake in the Sierra Nevada Mountains offers stunning views and thrilling winter activities.
When it’s time to wind down and relax, there are cozy local cafes in South Lake Tahoe that are surrounded by wood stoves and stone fireplaces.
Lake Tahoe averages a low of 24 degrees F, so keep shaking that snow globe! You’ll be pressed to find a more whimsical Christmas setting than Tahoe blanketed in fresh snow.
With 4,800 acres of terrain—and a summit that tops out at an eye-popping 10,040 feet—variety is king. But many come for the fun factor. South Lake Tahoe, on the California/Nevada border, is packed with 24-hour casinos, trendy eateries, and rockin’ clubs.
From being the shining example of why winter is amazing to being home to the resort of the year for nightlife, we couldn’t be prouder to see so many new outlets vote Lake Tahoe as the place to vacation for winter.
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