Get Ready for Some of the Best Ski Resorts on Lake Tahoe

What could beat the winter blues better than an exciting skiing vacation to Lake Tahoe? The alpine glory surrounding the placid lake is inspiring. Tourists and their families have several options when it comes to lodging and winter sports resorts. Here a few of the top places to stay and to have fun:

Aston Lakeland Village Beach & Mountain Resort has nearly 20 acres of scenic woodlands to enjoy, as well as a gorgeous lakefront view of South Lake Tahoe. The luxury condo resort at Squawalpine.com offers hotel amenities and world-class winter sports such as snowboarding and skiing. Guests can also enjoy live entertainment and a host of other leisure activities.

Many winter travelers also choose the Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel on the Heavenly Ski Resort. The hotel is within walking distance to the resort. It is world-renowned for its ski slopes, snowboarding, and other snow sports. Guests can take advantage of several ski vacation packages that the resort offers during the season.

The Beach Retreat and Lodge is a popular lodging for winter visitors. It has luxurious accommodations and is close enough to the mountain ranges for skiing and snowboarding activities. It is on the shores of South Lake Tahoe and offers some of the most beautiful natural scenery in the Nevada area.

Squaw Valley Resort is another fabulous ski resort. It has a famous skiing culture that dates back to its hosting of the 1960 Winter Olympics. This year, Squaw Valley was voted as one of the top resorts in North America. Visitors can enjoy the great outdoors and have breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe and the majestic beauty of the Sierra Mountains.

The alpine scenery is like none other and the constant snowfall continues into early spring. No wonder why so many people choose to stay at Squaw Valley! There is something for every winter sports enthusiast at this resort. Special learning zones make beginner ski lessons a fun adventure, while more seasoned skiers will love the challenge of the many hills and slopes. The terrain is also ideal for nature walks and snowboarders. Visitors stay at Squaw Valley because it has one of the longest winter sports seasons in America.

A Look at Andy Wirth and Lake Tahoe’s Recent Developments

In the past couple of years, residents of Lake Tahoe in the northern shore have been experiencing quite challenging and straining times. The reason behind this is due to the rising level of drought that has hit the region. The drought has negatively impacted the communities living around Lake Tahoe.

The residents rely on the lake as their primary source of living. Besides this never-ending drought, the Olympic Valley has been fought over by politicians.The politics behind Lake Tahoe is brought about by the calls by different individuals to incorporate Olympic Valley. Some individuals and businesses had already bought this idea.

The intended incorporation of Olympic Valley would lead to the damage of the economic status of Squaw Valley Resort and other well-known winter sports terrains and venues. Squaw Valley Ski Holdings was in the forefront opposing the incorporation.

The challenges and efforts to preserve Olympic Valley from incorporation were researched and published by Reno Gazette-Journal through an article titled, “Squaw-Alpine boss looks to turn the page on ‘divisive fight.” The article is accessible through the following link http://www.rgj.com/story/life/outdoors/recreation/2015/12/03/squaw-alpine-boss-looks-turn-page-divisive-fight/76735928/

According to Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, LLC President and Chief Executive Officer, their operations and businesses have experienced tough times over the four years. In what seems to be a reprieve to the community and the corporate sector as a whole, the weather has been changing drastically to their benefit.

Andy Wirth, who is the CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, stated that the incorporation would eventually result in the increment in taxes and inadequate provision of services to the locals. Squaw Valley Ski Holdings plans to construct a gondola that will serve as a terminal between it and other skin areas such as Alpine Meadows.

Andy Wirth is the CEO and president of Squaw Valley Ski Holdings. Andy Wirth is skilled on matters to do with the international management of flight resorts and throughout his career, he has overseen the development of various flight resorts in different areas.

Through, https://about.me/andywirth one learns of the near fatal skydiving accident that propelled him to establish an Ironman team that honors navy seals by raising funds for the NavySEAL Foundation. The initiatives of Andy Wirth is accessible through https://www.crowdrise.com/wwsupport. His philanthropic efforts do not end there as Andy Wirth is passionate about the preservation of the environment by working together with community service organizations in Lake Tahoe.

His efforts to develop and also incorporate Olympic valley and other ski areas seen through his latest innovation to construct a gondola. The construction plans are accessible on Powder, the Skier’s Magazine through the link http://www.powder.com/stories/news/squaw-valley-alpine-meadows-announce-base-to-base-gondola/#rjzRgMK9TOz6LjgS.97.