If you’ve ever wanted to be a true Tahoe local…
Lake Tahoe and the Bay Area have always shared a close-knit bond. In the summer, carloads of parents, in-laws, kids, cousins, and dogs have trekked from Marin, San Francisco, Berkeley, Redwood City, and everywhere in between to make the annual sojourn for the Lake Tahoe vacation ritual. The entire family gathered on Lake Tahoe’s beaches, braved the crystal-clear water, and hiked up to Eagle Lake, Mt. Tallac and Freel Peak.
Then, when snow would fall, the scene would go on repeat – only with skis and boards in lieu of inflatables and beach towels.
In the end, though, everyone in the family realized a simple truth: the two-week summer vacations and numerous winter weekend runs to Heavenly, Kirkwood, and Sierra-at-Tahoe, didn’t qualify you as a ”Tahoe local.”
But things are evolving in the Lake Tahoe Basin.