So far, Tahoe, despite the pandemic is enjoying a fantastic winter season and so is the Black Bear. We are happy all our guests have been experiencing happy winter wonderland stays and the trend continues into spring. Heavenly Valley and Kirkwood ski resorts are reporting record snow days.
We hope to welcome you soon so that you can take advantage of all the winter activities Tahoe has to offer.
“No other words other than outstanding! We rented the cabin for the weekend for a South Lake Tahoe get away. Came with 4 humans and 2 dogs. There is an open space (not fenced) behind the house where dogs loved running amuck. It’s tucked away in a quiet, clean neighborhood, felt very safe at night. It’s a fantastic location only 15 minutes from Heavenly resort and close to numerous restaurants/stores. Turnkey made this a really easy rental process, kept me updated via text and email with rental details including updating me with a complimentary late check out time. Highly recommend! – by TurnKey Guest 2021
Should there be no vacancy at Black Bear Lodge this holiday season, another mountain hideaway might be available. This one is closer to Kirkwood, however, Heavenly Valley North is just a half hour away should you have a pass that allows you to ski or snowboard both (lucky you!). Here’s the scoop on the super-private Diamond Valley House that has a pond for iceskating (weather permitting) and miles of cross country skiing right out the door. Bonus: Grover Hot Springs mineral pool is just ten minutes away, ready for soaking your tired bones after a long day of having fun in the snow or hiking or biking.
The deluxe mountain hideaway close to Kirkwood and Heavenly Valley
Apres skiing: Come sit by the hearth with a hot cup of cocoa. Our place is cozy and Heavenly Ski Resort and Kirkwood are just minutes away. Great idea: snowshoe right out the back door in our big open meadow. A great place to build a snowman or sled with the kids.
The water in Lake Tahoe could cover a flat area the size of California by 14 inches. This is also enough to supply everyone in the United States with 50 gallons of water per day for 5 years. Coincidentally, the amount of water that evaporates from the surface of Lake Tahoe every year could supply a city the size of Los Angeles for 5 years.