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Park City Local Guide
Ski Butlers’ mission is to make ski vacations convenient, and it doesn’t get much more convenient than choosing to vacation in Park City, Utah. Located about 35 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport and home to a Delta hub, Park City is the ideal ski vacation destination.
South Lake Tahoe Local Guide, Part Two
South Lake Tahoe is not only known for world class skiing and riding but also for its nightlife. The town is unique where as you enter you can see a gondola shooting up the mountain from what looks like the heart of the town making skier access very convenient no matter where you are staying. Since there area is technically in two states (California & Nevada) you’ll be hard pressed to find something that doesn’t suit your needs when it comes to lodging, dining, high end or value.
South Lake Tahoe Local Guide
South Lake Tahoe is one of the more unique ski communities in North America. You have Heavenly Lake Tahoe, a wonderful ski resort with insane tree skiing and then you have the casinos, gambling, & live shows. Ski one run in Nevada, and then hit up California next. You could have sunny days for a long stretch of time and then get hit by a monster snow storm where it snows for 2 weeks straight. South Lake Tahoe keeps you on your toes and you are never short of entertainment when visiting.
Image Credit: Heavenly Ski Resort
North Lake Tahoe Local Guide, Part Two
North Lake Tahoe offers stunning views, unique geological features including one of the largest Alpine Lakes in North America, and easy access to tons of outdoor activities. This region can appeal to people from all walks of life, as it offers not only access to human powered sports, but also a rich culture, excellent dining options, and a history that includes the Olympics back in 1960. Reports of a lake dwelling creature with a massive appetite and green skin, nicknamed Tessie, have circled the region for centuries, only adding to the mystic draw of this region and the history surrounding it. The North Lake Tahoe region is home to a number of small towns, including Incline Village, Kings Beach, and the most iconis, Truckee. Not only is this place famous for its ski resorts, but it is also able to offer water sports not available in many other ski destinations.