Booking a wedding venue is not something to take lightly. Picking the right venue requires a lot of attention to detail, planning, and budgeting. The last thing you want is to be disappointed in your choice or dealing with logistical issues on your wedding day. As a top wedding venue in Lake Tahoe, we want your big day — and your venue — to be everything you always dreamed of. With that in mind, we recommend planning ahead to avoid these common wedding venue mistakes. (more…)
Looking to add a little touch of Lake Tahoe magic to your wedding? You’re in luck. Here are some Lake Tahoe inspired ideas that can help make your Tahoe wedding even more special.
There is nothing quite like a picture perfect day out on the golf course. The Reno/Tahoe area is home to over 30 golf courses for visitors to enjoy during their stay — just a short jaunt away from Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel,. The options are endless and just waiting for golf fans like you!
When things heat up in Lake Tahoe, it’s time to hit the water! There’s no better way to spend a summer day in Lake Tahoe than cooling off in the crystal clear waters There’s plenty of great beaches and swimming spots in the area — but that’s not all. From kayaks to canoes to sailing and more, there’s really no shortage of ways to enjoy Lake Tahoe in the summer. If you really want to get wet and wild on your Tahoe vacation, give these 5 fun water activities a try.
Located in the Sierra Nevadas, South Lake Tahoe is at an altitude of about 6,237 feet. Popular areas around Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel, including Heavenly Mountain Resort, reach altitudes of 10,000 feet or more. To put this in perspective, major cities, such as New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago are all significantly lower, with altitudes of approximately 33 feet, 285 feet, and 594 feet, respectively. Even Denver, known as the “Mile-High City,” only has an altitude of approximately 5,280 feet. Altitude impacts everyone a little bit differently, but generally “high altitude” is considered to be around 8,000 feet or more according to medical professionals.
All of that being said, it’s important to be prepared when visiting an area with significantly higher altitudes than you’re used to. The air is thinner, which takes some time to adjust to. Prevention is the best way to avoid altitude or mountain sickness, so here are a few tips to help you adjust to higher altitudes in Lake Tahoe.