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Whether for a weekend getaway or a week vacation, Tahoe is a favorite of many Californians, as well as visitors from around the world. Depending on the season, Tahoe offers everything from a day of skiing to a rising sun in the forest, casino night live entertainment.

Lake Tahoe straddles the border between California and Nevada. Lake Tahoe is 200 miles west of San Francisco and 30 miles north of Reno. People often refer to the north or south shore of Tahoe. Things of interest northern coast mainly resorts, are mostly in California, whereas most of the activity, including hotels and casinos south coast are in Nevada.

Driving to Lake Tahoe by car

The easiest access to the northern coast is via I-80 from Sacramento, the area Bay of San Francisco or Reno. In Truckee take CA 89 south in Tahoe City or Squaw Valley, USA or take 50 to South Lake Tahoe from Sacramento or the Bay Area. To get to the coast south of Reno take US395 south through Carson City, then follow U.S. 50 West Lake.

In winter snows can make large chains tire a requirement for driving or around Lake Tahoe. Current Driving conditions can be found at the bottom of this page, or visit with CalTrans (www.dot.ca.gov). Also look in the following winter driving checklist, as an ounce of prevention can save a lot of problems.

List of winter driving

– Check the brakes, wipers, defroster and heating are working properly.

– Ensure that the antifreeze is fresh and the radiator is full. It's a good idea to add special solvent to the windshield washer tank to prevent freezing.

– Check your tires and carry the proper chains for your vehicle. A repair kit flashlight and chain can be vital. They have a precise road map, a phone cell phones and emergency numbers and keep an extra key in your pocket or another person in the vehicle.

– Besides carrying an ice scraper or remover ice, broom, shovel and towels. If you really are stuck carrying food, water, warm clothes and blankets.

– Allow extra time for travel since the conditions Winter will show below.

– Keep a full tank of petrol.

– Most importantly, slow down. Ice and fog can make it control street in seconds. Keep a greater distance between you and other vehicles and be extra alert for sudden changes in conditions. Limit Maximum speed is 25-30 with chains mph.

– You must stop and chains if told to do so by an officer or posters.

There are several roads all the way around Lake Tahoe, except during the worst time. These U.S. include more than 50 this echo of the summit, around 88 North Stockton, CA 207 in the Grade Kingsbury, USA 395 to U.S. 50 West in Carson City and finally Highway 431 in the Monte Rosa is going to Reno.

How to Tahoe bus

Due to get to Tahoe is always a bad slog during the winter months skiing why not take a bus? A bus lets you relax and know that an experienced driver will address the problems.

Bay Area Ski Bus will pick you up in Belmont, Corte Madera, Novato, Oakland, Pleasanton, San Francisco, Santa Clara and Walnut Creek at about 4 am and return that evening. They go to Northstar at Tahoe, Kirkwood, Alpine and Squaw Valley, but the destinations vary each week. Visit the website for details.

NAC Ski reflected in Berkeley, Concord, Dublin, Milpitas, Pleasanton, Redwood City, San Francisco, San Jose, San Matthew and sometimes in Sacramento and go to different destinations each week.

Fly to Lake Tahoe

You can reach Lake Tahoe in an airplane. The airports Nearby are commercial Sacramento and Reno. Big Foot Air offers charter flights to Lake Tahoe from San Francisco and Gary Air (www.infomart.com / Gary) offers an air taxi service a number of airports in California.

Private pilots can fly in the Truckee-Tahoe Airport or the South Lake Tahoe Airport. You can get the transport of several of the ski to and from the Reno airport. Check with Squaw Creek and Northstar.

Take the train to Lake Tahoe

The Amtrak California Zephyr was runs through Truckee from the Bay Area.

Vacation Rentals 4 Lake Tahoe (http://www.vacationrentals4laketahoe.com) offers a guide to getting to Lake Tahoe.

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