Tahoe Beach and Ski Club

3601 Lake Tahoe Blvd, Lake Tahoe, California, 96150, United States
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Packing tips for September

by rudyzacksmom

Well, i'm finally going to see Tahoe and am shocked to see the temps so high and then so low in the evening. We are also venturing out to June Lake for hiking. I would love some tips on how to pack for mid September trip! Thanks!!

Re: Packing tips for September

by travelgourmet

Lake Tahoe sits at about 6200 feet at lake level and goes up from there to the ski slopes. Daytime temps in September are warm and dry. Bring lotion for your skin and start out slowly on any hiking due to elevation. Nights are cool to down right cold, again due to the altitude. The Tahoe loop drive is beautiful as well as the June Lake loop with several lakes. Stop for diner at the Double Eagle in June Lake in the Eagle's Landing Restaurant. See their website: http://www.doubleeagle.com/restaurant.php

Re: Packing tips for September

by Agraichen

The operative word would be LAYERS...Mornings will be cool but the days can heat up quickly. It can feel warmer than it actually is due to the lack of humidity.

The North Shore is much different that South Shore where the larger casinos are located. Consider driving around the lake and doing some hiking in the hills around Emerald Bay. Most anywhere is quite scenic.

Also head "down" to Carson City and the Washoe Lake area. I've spotted Bald Eagles in the fall and winter down there.

Re: Packing tips for September

by DSwede

As posted, days can be hot and dry while the nights can be chilly. Layer up as you need to.

When on the trails, be warned that due to the humidity, you'll be sweating much more than you think since it will evaporate away. Bring water or electrolytes. In September, the sun will still be pretty strong and with a combination of the altitude, clean and cooler air, sun burns are more common.

Re: Packing tips for September

by travelgourmet

Hi Dave, My brother moved down the hill to Mt. Rose Hwy and his front yard almost at Hwy 395 from the golf course, tree lined street in Incline Village. No more guest room in Incline. :-(

Re: Packing tips for September

by DSwede

Last time I went there, the house that I grew up in had been torn down to the foundations and rebuilt into a mansion. But thankfully my sister still has a small place on Brockway. Its small and cozy, but at least it always has a vacancy.

Travel Tips for South Lake Tahoe

Naturally Lake Tahoe.

by seamandrew

My favorite thing about the Lake Tahoe area was the natural beauty of the surrounding mountains and the lake. It was the type of scene that is unforgettable. The Lake Tahoe area has to make sure to take care of its natural resources because this is all they have and it is a lot. Crossing over the border to Nevada and gambling for the first time in my life. I gambled a quarter. I stopped after realizing I was standing next to a mother who was wasting away her savings while her 3 kids stood behind her keep each other quiet to make sure mom was interupted while she lost her money. Not the greatest memory but a lasting one!

Squaw Valley USA - North Tahoe Skiing

by Pounder73

This place is big. Home to the 1960 Winter Olympics, it still boasts the Olympic Rings to this day. Even though they brag about some of the longest runs in the Tahoe region, (up to about 3 miles), you will spend most of your time from the High Base on up. Taking 1 of the 2 Gondolas to the High Base camp, gives you not only a protected view of the surroundings, but also it is how you get the spa/pool or ice-skating or snow tubing activities – and don’t forget an overpriced restaurant with a fabulous view. check site for different options for shuttle services and local rentals.

Gourmet German food

by jessicadf about St. Pauli Inn

We've driven by this restaurant/bar/market for years and years and never stopped in. Tonight we were really hungry and hadn't found a place on our way out of Tahoe on Highway 50. "Hey, let's try that German place!" Wow -- we were so surprised. From the outside it looks pretty weathered. Inside, it actually reminded us both of some country restaurants in Germany. Friendly service, warm and delicious brown bread with tasty butter and delicious food. Highly recommended! I had the Zigeuner Chicken and it was DELICIOUS. I chose schpaetzel and carrots as my side dishes. OH MY GOD. I haven't had German food that good since visiting Munich many years ago.

Delicious, informal, homey breakfast spot

by jessicadf about Chris' Cafe

Chris always seems to be waitressing, along with one another nice young woman, and they're always friendly, helpful and serve you fast. Once you have a table, that is. If you go there on a Sunday morning, you'd best be early or be prepared to wait for 20 or 30 minutes for a table. A big restaurant, this is not.

The huevos rancheros are the best I've ever tasted, though I recently had a fried egg sandwich which reminded me of my mother's cooking. Yum!

Also notable: In the warmer months, you can sit outside at the picnic tables, and your dog is welcome to sit at your table with you (not inside tho). Any of their scrambles or their huevos rancheros.

The Heavenly Gondola

by jholley534

The Heavenly Gondola is a scenic gondola lift located at the Heavenly Ski Resort one-half block west of Stateline. The eight-passenger cabins take you 2.4 miles up the mountain in 12 minutes while you enjoy views of Lake Tahoe.

You first arrive at "The Deck" which is a 14,000 square foot mid-station observation platform located at 9,123 feet. Once your through looking on the observation deck you can re-board the gondola and head up higher to Adventure Peak. Here you can spend the day hiking on the mountain trails or climbing the 25-foot rock climbing wall. There's also a full-service, outdoor restaurant and bar called the Adventure Peak Grill.

The wind was so incredibly bad when we went that they shut down all the hiking trails at the top of the mountain. The winds not only made it very difficult to eat at the outdoor restaurant but made it also quite nerving when traveling down the mountain on the severely wind shaken gondola.

It would definately go again, but not during high winds!

ADMISSION:
- Adults (19-64): $24
- Teen (13-18): $22
- Child (5-12): $15
- Seniors (65+): $22
- Kids 4 and under: FREE

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 Tahoe Beach and Ski Club

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Address: 3601 Lake Tahoe Blvd, Lake Tahoe, California, 96150, United States