This is where the largest alpine lake collides with the Biggest Little City.
Winter is here, and a visit to Reno and Tahoe feels like stepping into a real-life snow globe. Rediscover wonder this season as you snowshoe through snowy forests, make fresh tracks at Tahoe ski resorts, show off your skills at local ice rinks or stroll the streets of downtown. Tahoe has everything you need for the perfect winter getaway from frosty fun to cozy comforts. So, what are you waiting for?
Locals know where all the best spots are. For example, which bar makes the best cocktails, which hiking trail is perfect for sunset, or ski resort has the best events. So, if you’re looking to travel to Reno and Tahoe like a local, then you’ll want to check out these hot spots on the excellent slopes.
Reno, nestled in the desert of Nevada, is secretly a water oasis. Get to know summertime in the Biggest Little City one restaurant, coffee shop, craft beer hall, and swimming hole at a time along the Downtown Reno Riverwalk. With things to see and do all 12 months of the year, Wingfield Park beckons visitors and locals alike to the summertime Reno River Fest. This is where live music, craft beer gardens, tasty local food trucks, and whitewater kayakers join forces for this two-day outdoor celebration. One of Reno’s largest and most celebrated events, the Reno River Festival transforms downtown Reno into the ultimate summer kick-off party. The festivities feature food, shopping, family-friendly rides and attractions, a Craft Beer and Seltzer Experience, a Summer Wine Village, live music featuring nationally recognized artists, a Mother-Daughter Look-A-Like Contest, and the Reno River Roll: one of the unique bike rides in Northern Nevada. In the center of it all, the world’s top whitewater athletes take on the Truckee River Whitewater Park. This is an adventure on a whole new level.
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