North vs. South Lake Tahoe Comparison Guide

Are you visiting Lake Tahoe and unsure which end to set up as your basecamp? This is one of the most common questions I get asked as a Tahoe blogger. Luckily both North and South Lake Tahoe have incredible views, beaches, hiking, and biking trails, so no matter where you decide to call home, you […]

6 Unforgettable Tahoe Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

At the time of writing this, Valentine’s Day is only three weeks away. If you’re anticipating that you’ll have a date on February 14th, it’s a good idea to make plans sooner rather than later. Restaurants and rental companies tend to get booked up this time of year, so make sure to solidify your plans […]

Winter 2022: What I’m Wearing on the Slopes in Tahoe this Year

Thereโ€™s nothing quite like skiing and snowboarding in Lake Tahoe. In the winter, the Tahoe temperatures are typically in the 20-30โ€™s, and if it isnโ€™t storming, there tends to be ample sunshine. Contrast this to the colder temperatures in Colorado and you can see why so many people find California skiing a dream come true. […]

4 Tools for Predicting Tahoe Weather & Road Conditions

Predicting the weather conditions in Tahoe can be a challenge. Is it going to snow? How much snow will we get? Are the roads closed? While it’s impossible to predict the weather with complete precision, I’ve found the four tools below invaluable for staying informed about Tahoe’s winter weather. Check out these tools and remember […]

Prep for Winter in Tahoe Part 3: Snow Management

This is part three of a series about preparing for winter in Tahoe. In the first two parts of this series, I discussed how to prep your car and home for cold and snowy conditions. If you missed the first two installments, you can find part one here and part two here. The day after […]

Prep for Winter in Tahoe Part 2: Prep your Home

This is part two of a series about preparing for winter in Tahoe. In part one of this series, I discussed how to dial in your vehicle for winter and best practices for driving in snowy conditions. If you missed that post, you can find it here. As I write this, Tahoe is getting pummeled […]

Prep for Winter in Tahoe Part 1: Dial in your Vehicle

It snowed this week. Yes, it’s October, but it snowed and the stoke level of the town went through the roof. Most Tahoe locals pray for snow and are seasoned professionals at managing it. However, if you’re new to the area or just visiting, it can be daunting and even dangerous if you’re not adequately […]