Summer or Winter, the gondola ride to High Camp is well-worth your time. The resaturant on top is usually open for lunch, and early dinner on summer weekends. Hot-tup and pool. 360 degree views of Tahoe Basin.
Free Winter shuttles from lobby doors to squaw village and ski lifts. Shuttle runs daily from 8:15 am to 4:45 pm with a break from 1pm to 2:30 pm. Runs daily from December to mid April
Skiing and other winter activities such as ice skating, sledding, and snowshoeing and also a village with shopping and dining. In summer there is mountain biking and hiking. Indoor and outdoor climbing walls. There is a pool at High Camp. The village is dog friendly.
Famous for hosting the 1960 Winter Olympics, Squaw Valley has maintained it's reputation for high-level terrain for decades. It's a bit further afield than some of the other resorts mentioned, but it's probably the single best resort in the area in terms of terrain and facilities. Crowds and traffic…
“Great local ski resort. Always the best place for fresh powder on a powder day! Amazing views. ”
“Skiing and other winter activities such as ice skating, sledding, and snowshoeing and also a village with shopping and dining. In summer there is mountain biking and hiking. The village is dog friendly, with dog friendly lifts”
“Waterfront dining on the way to Tahoe City. Great selection of seafood, steaks and standard fare. ”
“Family owned and operated since 1977, the Tahoe House Bakery & Gourmet features: fresh baked breads, pastries, coffee drinks, cookies, European style tortes, a variety of bottled sauces and dressings, deli lunches fully prepared meals to go with gourmet cheeses, meats, wine, and more! Open 7 days a week, 6 am to 4 pm! ”
“A west shore GEM, don't be put off by the face of the mountain you see from the road. This resort hosts some of the best tree skiing in the world. Great for powder days, and a great place to save some $ on skiing. The views of the lake from the runs will totally take your breath away. STUNNING”