Tahoe Storm February 2019

Winter Operations Opening Dates at Granlibakken Tahoe

The snow is falling, and Tahoe is calling! Opening dates of December 14 have been set for all of the below activities and onsite concessions. Ski & Snowboard Hill Open 9AM-4PM Fridays-Mondays, and daily during holiday periods. Granlibakken’s onsite ski and snowboard hill is perfect for beginner to intermediate skiers and riders. An intimate and… Continue Reading Winter Operations Opening Dates at Granlibakken Tahoe

Things To Do This Holiday Season in North Lake Tahoe

North Lake Tahoe just received its first major snowstorm–the best way to welcome December in our opinion. All signs are point to a white holiday season here in North Lake Tahoe, and what better place to spend the holiday season than at Granlibakken’s winter wonderland? Holiday Festivities at Granlibakken Tahoe Christmas Eve Torchlight Parade: The… Continue Reading Things To Do This Holiday Season in North Lake Tahoe

Holiday Happenings at Granlibakken Tahoe

Granlibakken a Winner at Autumn Food & Wine Festival

Chef Ron with a batch of Scallops Veronique Granlibakken’s Executive Chef Ron Eber has a lot to celebrate. He has been with Granlibakken since 1978 (yes, 40 years), Granlibakken’s food is consistently a highlight for groups and individuals alike, and now, he and his staff have prepared an award-winning dish and pairing at North Lake… Continue Reading Granlibakken a Winner at Autumn Food & Wine Festival

Five New Activities to Try For Your Next Tahoe Trip

Planning a trip to Tahoe? We have some suggestions for alternatives to the typical days spent on the beach, or taking in the view from vista points. Escape the crowds and enjoy a fall getaway at Tahoe with one of these five activities. 1. Kayak in Emerald Bay You can kayak anywhere, but it’s well… Continue Reading Five New Activities to Try For Your Next Tahoe Trip

Edible Berries in The Sierra Nevada

Ever been hiking and wondered–hey, is that edible? We certainly have. While we don’t recommend eating any plant unless you are 100% sure it is edible, we are here to help you out in identifying some berries that we’ve spotted in the woods around Granlibakken.   Sierra Currant: Shown in bloom, this flower ripens into… Continue Reading Edible Berries in The Sierra Nevada

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