Join us as we bring in the New Year at Genoa Town Hall with Ike…
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Autumn is the season for relaxing. The summer rush to get outside and burn off that winter energy winds down as school starts up again. The cooler days usher us into the slow slide back into the usual schedule of weekends made for fun. Tahoe-Reno area locals know fall is the best time to explore their backyards, and visitors are treated to a spectacular visual lightshow, when the trees give off one last hurrah before dropping their leaves for winter.
Where Wild Things Roam, Hoof it with wild horses and get eagle-eyed over bald eagles. By Jason Lopez. The Sierra is home to a vast array of wildlife, both in the sky and on land. And winter is prime time for wildlife viewing in Reno/Tahoe and beyond.
Hot Tubs To Talk About. By Heidi Bethel. After a nice day on the slopes, there’s nothing more invigorating than a dip in the ardent waters of Reno/Tahoe. Whether you need to soothe sore muscles, just soak and relax, or benefit from mineral therapy, hot tubs abound this winter.
Interactive Entertainment. Explore the region’s hands-on date night and gathering options. By Natasha Bourlin. Sometimes, staring at each other and chatting over a meal or drinks just doesn’t cut it. When you’re longing for a stimulating, interactive evening out, visit these places around the region to get your hands dirty for date night or get together with friends.
Your guide to finding the perfect gift. By Holly Zynda. Whether for a special occasion or to commemorate your trip, here is our roundup of must-have products sold locally, so you can share the gift of Reno/Tahoe.
EXPLORE THE AREA’S HAUNTED HISTORY. By Natasha Bourlin Historic destinations are often surrounded by lore…
Where to find the best cheese in the Sierra. By Troy Matthews, Elevation Eats. Scientists say cheese is an addicting substance. At Elevation Eats, we don’t condone drug use, so cheese may be our next best bet. The beauty of cheese is its simplicity while remaining enormously complex in texture and flavor.
Explore the Sierra with fun for the little ones. By Heidi Bethel. For the first 15 years that I lived in Reno, I did not have children. Sure, my wonderful nieces and nephews (there are nine of them) came for visits and several even spent a few years living nearby, but a majority of the time it was my husband and I adulting away in the Biggest Little City.