Aptly named for the snow and majestic views.
Because after a good (or bad) day on the mountain, it's your right to celebrate with a drink.
Time to revisit these ski-town lodges, where recent renovations mean things don’t look quite like they used to.
Eldora joins Vail’s Epic pass while Mountain Collective adds Mammoth, Snowbird, and Whistler Blackcomb.
Tahoe the new battleground in the resort industry.
Vail Resorts' EpicMix will now include photo sharing.
Enjoy drive-in style dining.
Try the famous fish tacos.
A cozy, family-owned fine dining restaurant.
This fine dining restaurant on the 19th floor of Harvey's offers exquisite American cuisine and spectacular lake views.
This green spa will help you relax and unwind.
Like staying in Oceans Eleven.
So alluring it appeared in TV’s The Bachelor.
Lodging that pairs kid-friendliness with grown-up panache.
Relax in a hot tub before dining.
If you need a quick latte or bagel sandwich on your way to the ski hill, stop by the Dam Café.
South Lake Tahoe's best sushi? The Naked Fish.
Partiers often start their nights out in South Lake Tahoe at Fire + Ice,
Located stumbling distance from the bars, casinos, and the Heavenly gondola.
The boutique 968 Park Hotel is one of Tahoe’s greenest.
With some 24,000 acres of lift-serviced terrain, 160 lifts and 15 ski areas overall, the Tahoe Basin is the stuff that skiers' dreams are made of.
Rising fuel prices are altering the economics of the great American ski vacation, as skiers and resorts cope with the increased costs of flying and driving.