Spring has sprung! This is one of our favorite seasons because it means even more time to be outdoors and enjoy our beautiful Reno Tahoe. Spring offers us the perfect weather to go on a hike, find a new biking trail, or to hit the mountain to finish up the ski season. Take a look at some great springtime photos that show spring has truly sprung in Reno Tahoe!
Reno Tahoe had a weekend full of St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Visitors and locals channeled their inner Irish and crawled, raced, shuffled, drank and ate their way through the weekend. With events like the Leprechaun Crawl, the Shamrock Shuffle, the Leprechaun Race, and the Rock Mountain Oyster Fry, everyone was able to contribute to painting town green.
The Fly Geyser is one of Nevada’s most remarkable sights and is located adjacent to the Black Rock Desert in the Hualapai Valley. The geyser is man-made, created as a result of well drilling in the 1900s. The beautiful colors of geyser comes from mineral deposits developed over time. The geyser is on private property, not open for public access, but that hasn’t stopped some from checking it out. Here are some of our favorite Instagram pictures featuring the Fly Geyser in all its glory.
Reno Tahoe was pleased to receive over two feet of much needed snow this weekend! Skiers and snowboarders took full advantage of the powder to get up to the mountains and experience it firsthand. There was no better way to welcome in March than with a snow storm. Reno Tahoe thank you, Mother Nature! Hashtag #RenoTahoe to have your photo possibly featured!
From downtown under the arch to the slopes of Mt. Rose to beautiful Lake Tahoe, Reno Tahoe celebrated 2015 in a big way. Despite the chilly weather (temperatures were in the single digits on New Year’s Eve), locals and visitors donned their party gear and hit the town to ring in the New Year. Here are some spectacular photos of the fireworks that were set off at midnight.
The Reno Tahoe area has been blessed with snowfall multiple weekends in a row, and locals and visitors are loving it! Some are taking advantage of the great ski conditions and some are spending these snowy days inside by the fire, but everybody seems to be excited about this winter weather!
Even local dogs are loving the snowy weather!
“Painting the town red” is one way to put it.
Santas came to town, by the thousands. Scroll through the photos from the thousands of crawlers at this year’s Santa Pub Crawl to brighten your holiday spirits and enjoy some deep belly Santa laughs. See you next year for the crawl in #RenoTahoe!