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Heavenly Happy Hour #2- Chart House

The adventure continues… to find Tahoe South’s greatest happy hour spots. HHH #2: CHART HOUSE Lake Tahoe is perched up on Kingsbury Grade, and is well reputed for its reasonably priced happy hour, even while it reverts to pricier white-tablecloth entrees after the clock strikes 6:30. The Happy Hour menu could lure in any parched local […]

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Introducing Discovery Day Camp at Heavenly

Kids have it so good. Today’s example: Discovery Day Camp. Campers get an active, outdoor Tahoe experience that only Heavenly can offer. They start the day with a Gondola ride and early access to our adventure peak activities and the best of our summer activities. Is Discovery Day Camp right for your family? Ask yourself […]

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We’re open for summer and you need to be here

You’ve been ready for summer fun since last summer ended. You’ve been dreaming of days on the lake, splashing in the cool blue water; expansive picnics with fresh farmer’s market produce under the shade of the Jeffry pines and hiking those “bucket list” hikes in Desolation Wilderness. These are all fantastic reasons to come to […]

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New Restaurants for Summer 2014

Local favorite Artemis Mediterranean Grill recently opened a second location in Ski Run Marina. The outdoor seating and bright blue patio furniture call visitors forth for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with an espresso and juice bar to sooth the hangover acquired the previous night. The Heavenly favorite is the “Artemis Burger,” a venison burger with […]

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Spend Father’s Day in SLT

Fathers: the fraternity of beer-guzzling, life-creating, corny-joke-cracking, teachers. They drive you to little league games, talk you through your first heart break, teach you what the heck a 401k is when you get your first job (which they probably coached you through the application/interview process for.) Father’s Day is coming up on June 15th. That’s […]

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