While the calendar may read “autumn,” the landscape, weather, and conditions read “winter” around Lake Tahoe. And though November may mark the end of the year and beginning of holiday season for many, for locals and travelers to Lake Tahoe, November marks things like Opening Day and first tracks, and the beginning of a different type of season, Lake Tahoe ski season.
For many people, like us, November is circled on the calendar, as it typically marks the first days of ski season. Last year, for example, saw Thanksgiving weekend blessed with beautiful powder ski days. November, therefore, is arguably one of the most beautiful months around Lake Tahoe, as autumn transitions to winter, and the beautiful, rolling, green mountains surround Lake Tahoe start becoming blanketed with snow.
And the beginning of this year’s winter ski season has again brought with it beautiful, snowy landscapes, colorful sunsets over Lake Tahoe, and bustling ski resorts. Our Instagram feed is proof of that. So below, we share some of our favorite photos from November around Lake Tahoe.
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