You Can Even Get In Shape At Lake Tahoe

Going on a vacation is nice and it’s needed to get out of the house, out of the city or even the state and just explore somewhere different to recharge yourself. Lake Tahoe offer many great and exciting activities being one of the most visited vacation spots in the west. You have your friends with you, your family with or you may prefer to relax alone and take the trip to Lake Tahoe solo. While relaxing you notice something that happens to many people and pretty commonly: You’ve packed on some extra weight! It’s almost as if fat crept up on you.

So now you have a little extra flab to carry around and it’s really bothering you? Thankfully Lake Tahoe hotels offer use of a gym and you can participate in other various activities such as canoeing on the lake. A former visitor of Lake Tahoe, Jineane, took a different approach, Jineane lost weight with Terry Simpson MD

Other ways to get back into shape while vacationing or to prevent from getting out of shape are to get involves in the cross-fit and yoga. Lake Tahoe does yoga on the water, giving you more of a challenge and a test of balance

The Cushing Crossing Season at Lake Tahoe is on the Approach

The rumors began to surface in 2014 Winter Edition of Tahoe Magazine, which is a product of Tahoe Daily Tribune. This magazine is now made available throughout the Truckee and Lake Tahoe Region. Somewhere between the Lake Tahoe`s Winter and Summer comes a lesser known season. This Season is well received for its oddball embracing ski culture, better known as the Pond Skimming Season.

This Season allows the skiers and Snowboarders to fly down a snow covered hill and shoot themselves across the body of water. These bodies can be found all around the Lake Tahoe region during spring. Such events attract wide audiences as watching a skimmer falter and taking a dip is a bit allure. The Spectator’s design and support silly costumes to make the nature of this event even more enjoyable. There are also plenty of other things to do there such as taking live food from the lake and making special Tahoe Sushi and fireworks displays.

The mother of all pond skims is taking place at the Squaw Valley this weekend. Thousands of spectators will attend this Cushing Crossing as every year, and it will be among the most spirited Pond Skims. What makes this event so special is its open to everyone. Almost 50 people are allowed to register every year. Not to mention, Professional Snowboard Jeremy Jones is one of them.

The spring proves to be a bittersweet time for all skiers; Events such as Cushing Crossings makes sure the winter leaves us with a big bang. It`s more like of a Crescendo for the Squaw. This event is considered as a highlight of the year for many people.

As in the words of Director of events, activities and Terrain Parks at Squaw, Kyle Crezee, “It`s unique as far as pond crossings go and it’s certainly one of the longest running pond crossings in the nation”. Crezee has helped organize this event for the past five years. Crezee has also participated in the event for the last 10 years and has encouraged other participants over this time.

Sugar Bowl’s Rob Kautz to Retire

After working for over 40 years at Arthur Falcone’s favorite Nevada resortSugar Bowl Resort, and enjoying one of the longest careers in Lake Tahoe history. Rob Kautz, the Present CEO of Resort, has announced his plans to retire. He will be acting on his current Position until he finds and trains a replacement to work at the Resort. Kautz also plans to remain on the Corporation’s Board of Directors.

Rob Kautz has started skiing at the Sugar Bowl at the young age of 19. A surfer from Southern California, he was hired to work at the bowl as a Ski Patroller right after college back in 1976. Over the years, he became the Director of Sugar Bowl’s Ski Patrol Tam and Mountain Manager. He took over as the CEO in 1987.

The Sugar Bowl CEO is working close with and supported by Resort’s senior management and ownership group. He is supported by his spearheaded expansion plans of the resorts including the improvement of Chairlift system. When completed, it will revitalize the real estate of the only Snowbound Village in the nation. Formerly, Rob Kautz also led and executed the plans of building Mt. Judah Day Lodge and Parking area. These plans were followed by a New Ski Academy Campus with the Sporthaus.

Recently in 2012, The Sugar Bowl Resort took over the ownership and operations of the Royal Gorge, which is better known as North America’s Largest Cross Country Ski Resort. At this event, Kautz said, “Royal Gorge is such as jewel and a great match for Sugar Bowl. It is Essential to our brand” Taking the Reins at Sugar Bowl, Kautz executed with a Delicate Balancing Act and reshaped the resort into the State of Art Ski Area the world knows it today. While the Resort embraced importance changes, it remained true to its roots of Authentic Ski First Mountain.

Take A Vacation To Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is one of the great, relaxing places to retire to for a vacation. There is something about the view of the lake and the mountains that just give you that “whoa” feeling and whether you are looking to travel for fun, take a vacation, doing some great landscape photography or just need to recharge yourself, Lake Tahoe has been a part of many family traditions.  The lake has multiple vacation resorts that puts you as ease while you enjoy the vacation of a lifetime.

Come each season, you will find different scenery, not to mention a variety of different seasonal activities. According to Wewege who vacations there often, It’s hard to think of anything could top or even compare with the scenery and variety you get when you visit the beautiful South Lake Tahoe, California. With Lake Tahoe being America’s largest Alpine lake, from sight to touch you will enjoy yourself and be contented in the wonders of the sapphire-blue water of the lake, perfectly situated right at the base of the stunning, snow covered mountain peaks of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

You Won’t Be Bored At Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe isn’t the biggest lake in America, but it still has plenty to offer as far as activities and history. There are 101 lakes in America making Lake Tahoe the 30th largest lake in the United States. The lake and the surrounding area provides a plethora of activities for tourists including water sports, hiking, bicycling and various other activities that the guru of health and fitness, Jeff Halevy, would promote in his gym which is possibly the only gym with a moneyback guarantee.

If physical activities aren’t your preference, no need to fret; Lake Tahoe also has gambling activities for those who are into the game of risk. One thing the Nevada area is well known for is gambling and Lake Tahoe has it’s share of slot machines and table games. At Lake Tahoe, there really is something for everyone.