It’s getting close! So as you make your plans and arrangements for Snowcial, here is some helpful info to plan your trip.
Getting to South Lake Tahoe
Harveys Lake Tahoe Casino & Resort is on HWY 50 right in Stateline, Nevada You can’t miss it.
From Reno: Take US 395 south to Carson City and HWY 50 west to Stateline.
From Sacramento: Take HWY 50 east all the way.
From the Bay Area: We’re not here to start an argument about the best way to get to Tahoe. Plug your info into the map…
If you can offer a ride, or if you need a ride, Zimride has set up a Snowcial rideshare page for us. Check it out.
Getting around South Lake Tahoe
Snowcial’s footprint in South Lake Tahoe is pretty compact. Use this Foursquare map to locate the places you need and want to go. It’s easy to get everywhere you need to go for Snowcial by the following methods:
If you need more options try these:
Reno Airport Shuttle
If you’re flying in, book your flight into Reno and take the South Tahoe Express right to the door @ Harveys.
- $48 round trip
- 7 trips per day
Additionally, there are a bunch of us rolling up from Reno, the Bay Area and Sacramento who would be happy to help you lower your carbon footprint. To score a ride with a Snowcialite:
- Post a query to the Snowcial Facebook Group
- Post a query to twitter using the Snowcial Hashtag: #snowcial
Ski and Snowboard Rentals
Best bet for traveling is to bring your own boots and rent boards. Or rent the whole deal. Just make sure you’ve got something to slide on.
Any other questions or issues, ping us @snowcial on Twitter, or @ Snowcial@gmail.com