Sunnyside Restaurant and Lodge

1850 W. Lake Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, California, 96145, United States
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  • Couples77
  • Solo66
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

living in South Lake Tahoe

by nikidijawen

I live in SLT, would like to know If someone knows (Date now is 10/23/09)how to get to Kings Beach by bus, and a bus that will take us to Kings Beach but will not bring us back in till the next day?

Re: living in South Lake Tahoe

by DSwede

The TART (Tahoe Area Regional Transit) operates buses between all towns on the north and west coast of Tahoe.
http://www.placer.ca.gov/Departments/Works/Transit/TART.aspx

BlueGo offers public transit in the South Lake Tahoe Area:
http://www.bluego.org/

If you want to stay on public transportation, you can take BlueGo to the town of Tahoma and then connect to TART. (take the Trolley, route 30)

This will take you around the long way of the lake, but if you have the time, is a beautiful drive!!

Re: living in South Lake Tahoe

by Hungrytravelers1

Check out this link for public transportation in SLT

http://www.placer.ca.gov/Departments/Works/Transit/TART.aspx

Travel Tips for Tahoe City

Just Jump? Easy for you to say...

by karenincalifornia

Only one way down this run. You gotta jump. This is the view from the lip overlooking the Granite Chief face. Granite Chief at 9,050 feet is the highest point in the Squaw Valley ski resort. Truly awesome snow and fantastic bump skiing to be had here!

Lake Tahoe in Winter

by karenincalifornia

Lake Tahoe is a beautiful place for a winter vacation. It usually receives a great deal of snow from December through April and sometimes May due to its location in the Sierras, making it an ideal winter playground. This picture shows Lake Tahoe at a deceptively calm moment in the winter. Just hours later, the area experienced a winter storm warning which dumped a foot of new snow at the ski resorts.

Rafting the Truckee

by DSwede

The one and only outlet of Lake Tahoe is the Truckee river. Even though you can only go rafting in certain sections and during periods where the water level is high enough (drought season has been hard on Tahoe lately), you can float down the river for a few hours and enjoy the natural serenity and sun shine. You can pick up rafts, paddles, inner tubes, etc in Tahoe City and in the summer, there is a stand right at the drop-in point.

Walk along the lake at dawn

by karenincalifornia

Lake Tahoe sits at 6229 feet altitude. It is a natural lake surrounded by dramatic mountain peaks as high as 12,000 feet. Often people assume that the lake was created like Crater Lake - by a volcano that blew its top and filled up with water. Not so with Lake Tahoe. The Tahoe Basin was created by volcanic activity when mountains were formed that caused the basin to fill up with snowmelt. However there never existed a Mount Tahoe that ever blew its top.

Numerous beach access points are all over the shore. Take a walk at dawn and you'll likely be treated to a beautiful sunrise.

I took this picture on a lovely October morning as I was making a phone call to New York City, and was immediately treated to the sight of a bear walking along the bluff several dozen feet away.

Visit Tahoe during the off-season

by karenincalifornia

Most people come to Lake Tahoe in the winter for skiing or in the summer for outdoor summer activities. One of my favorite times for Tahoe is in the fall.

Why? Tahoe, being in the Sierras, gets four seasons, and that can't be said of most parts of California. The fall colors are gorgeous, and this year I managed to make it to Lake Tahoe for peak foliage.

Another reason fall is such a great time for a visit is the lack of crowds. Traffic is lighter. It is easier to make the drive from the Bay Area to Tahoe. Restaurants are easier to get into. Accommodations have a high vacancy rate -- in fact, most places offer major discounts in the room rates in the fall.

I have visited Tahoe two autumns in a row now - in mid October. The weather was beautiful during both visits. Not too cold and not too hot.

Perfect. And perfectly beautiful.

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Address: 1850 W. Lake Blvd., South Lake Tahoe, California, 96145, United States