No Snow? Find out what else to do.

Frozen lakes to ice skate, bike trails, Grover Hot Springs, Tahoe rim trail hikes, meadows to wander… directions and photos are inside the Alpine Sierra Trailblazer. Get it on Amazon.com or barnesandnoble.com or if you’re in the area, Sorensen’s Resort in Hope Valley has copies available.

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New Year’s Tahoe best fireworks seat

Reserve early and ring in the New Year on the waters of Lake Tahoe. Fireworks viewing from the deck of the Tahoe Queen is one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Star gazing, dancing, feasting, champagne aboard the deck of this unique paddlewheeler is what’s in store. For more cruise information call 888-838-8923. Subject to change due to weather of course.

Tahoe Stateline Carriage Rides

Take a romantic carriage ride. Stationed right next to Embassy Suites at Stateline, your buggy driver is awaiting. Hop on board and let the Borges Family be your guide! Pulled by 2,000 pound blonde Belgian draft horses you’ll not only enjoy the scenery but listen to stories of the lake’s fascinating history. Call 775-588-2953 or 800-726-rides. When our snow arrives, the Borges offer sleigh rides nearby.

Take in dinner and gaming at the clubs, then mosey on back down to Black Bear Lodge, about ten minutes away, for a good night’s sleep. No snow, no problem, there’s always some fun to be had around here.

Tahoe’s fall has been extended

Bring your bikes and hiking boots for your stay at Black Bear Lodge Tahoe this week. The weather is temperate and trails are open. A walk down to Vikingsholm on Emerald Bay which leads to the Rubicon Trail (pictured) is a suggestion for a day’s outing. Directions are in the Alpine Sierra Trailblazer.