Experience spring in the Sierra The Ridge Tahoe way
Spring renewal is underway in the High Sierra and at The Ridge Tahoe resort, which is opening a new chapter in recreation, activities and exploration.
Whether you’re looking for an extended weekend, a romantic getaway or a rejuvenation package, The Ridge Tahoe offers one and two bedroom suites or deluxe hotel rooms throughout the season.
Hoping to get in the last few days of skiing? Discount tickets are available at The Ridge Marketplace, as is marked-down winter skiwear and equipment. The Marketplace has made room for a new line of spring and summer wear.
Through April 18, Elevation Spa has put its focus on skin care, with health and beauty treatments from experienced estheticians. Elevation Spa offers Dermalogica Skin Care classes as well as discounted facials, body treatments and massage packages.
With a 45,000-square-foot clubhouse, The Ridge Tahoe offers organized activities such as morning stretch classes, total body condition workouts, pilates and boxlates, beginner to advanced tennis clinics, art and cooking classes, xBox dance off-challenges (the next one scheduled for April 16), and movie nights.
When you’re hungry, The Ridge offers dining options at The Hungry Bear Restaurant, Ridge Club Deli and the Bear Trap Lounge. The Hungry Bear offers seasonal menus with true Sierra cuisine – simple food prepared perfectly with locally fresh ingredients to complement the resort’s peaceful and homey vibe.
A great way to see Lake Tahoe is to be on it. Discounted tickets are offered for daily cruises aboard the M.S. Dixie II and Tahoe Queen. The 312-passenger Tahoe Queen, is the lake’s only authentic Mississippi paddlewheeler. The 520-passenger, award-winning M.S. Dixie II is the largest cruising vessel in South Lake Tahoe, and a local favorite. Considered one of South Lake Tahoe’s most entertaining and affordable water activities, the M.S. Dixie II has been voted “Best Cruise in Nevada” by Nevada Magazine. Tickets for these cruises are available at the Ridge Tahoe Marketplace.
The adventure doesn’t end when the sun goes down. Tahoe South activities extend from daytime sightseeing to its nightlife epicenter with star-studded entertainment, Grammy-winning musicians, live music, lounge acts, 24-hour gaming, and an active bar and social scene. Leave the driving to The Ridge Tahoe Shuttle and BlueGo, which will take you to and from the resort into South Shore.
Do your spring travel plans include a stay at The Ridge Tahoe?