• Joey Amato

Celebrate the Holidays in Lake Tahoe


A holiday trip to South Lake Tahoe can understandably be found on more than a few bucket lists. Imagine yourself skiing down the slopes of Heavenly Mountain Resort with a panoramic view of the largest alpine lake in North America. When you’re done riding, hop on the Gondola and take it all in while you descend into the festive Heavenly Village, which is the main hub for South Lake Tahoe’s signature winter event, Heavenly Holidays. From daily Holiday Tree Lighting to a Santa Run and more, there is a plethora of entertainment for everyone.


Take a break from the slopes and discover a rarely seen side of South Lake Tahoe by booking a snowmobile tour with Lake Tahoe Adventures that will take you deep into the Sierra Nevada mountains along winding trails with hundreds of square miles of terrain to explore.

Not looking for too much of a rush? Another enjoyable way to experience Lake Tahoe’s natural beauty is with a pair of snowshoes on your feet. With no lack of trails to explore, ranging from flat and easy to steep and strenuous, you are sure to find somewhere to satisfy everyone.


Complete your visit to Lake Tahoe up close with a cruise and discover what “Big Blue” is all about. See the sights and enjoy a sunset dinner cruise aboard the MS Dixie ll paddle-wheeler or sip and cruise with a cocktail aboard the Tahoe Blue Wave.


Lake Tahoe is waiting for you to reveal the unforgettable dining experiences it’s celebrated for – delicious meals along with Mother Nature’s pristine show. From fine dining at The Bistro at Edgewood to a local favorite Lake Tahoe AleWorx, rest assured a holiday feast is never too far away.