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Lake Tahoe - Stateline, Nevada

Winter in Lake Tahoe fills both locals and visitors with wonder! Snow capped mountains soar to the bluest of skies while a deep blue lake glistens below.

South Shore's Mountain Ski Resorts offer lake views and some of the deepest snow in the country. From beginner slopes to world-renowned steeps, Heavenly, Kirkwood and Sierra ski resorts have distinct personalities. To learn about the newest resort enhancements for Winter 2006-07, click here.

Families with both beginner or more seasoned boarders and skiers find plenty to do in the winter on South Shore. Options include Heavenly's night-time terrain park, Kirkwood's Timber Creek day facility and expanded Burton Learn-to-Ride center for beginners along with the only cat-skiing operation on the South Shore for the more experienced skiers. Or families can enjoy Sierra-at-Tahoe's Burton Progression Park featuring boxes, jumps and rails only inches from the ground.

Deerfield Lodge at Heavenly, South Shore's newest boutique hotel nestled amongst the pines and the mountains, opened this past August. The newest casino on Blue Avenue this winter is MontBleu Resort Casino and Spa with 440-rooms, seven distinct restaurant, four separate and unique nightlife venues and much more.

Winter Season also brings some of the finest (and most fun!) events and festivals of the year. Experience Tahoe's own Adventure Film Festival December 15 and 16 at the MontBleu Showroom. And, from Jan 24-28 South Shore hosts the Gay and Lesbian Ski Week (formerly Ascent).

Click here for more details about what's new for winter 2006-07 around South Shore Lake Tahoe.

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