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SPRING

It may not compare to a warm summer night or white winter morning, but a spring day in Tahoe is still something to be celebrated. As the seasons shift and the snow melts away, the Sierras blossom and bloom with new life.

There’s an undeniable buzz in the air as bike trails and outdoor patios come back to life, and bluebird skies become the new standard on the slopes. Read on to see why the spring is a great time to plan your Lake Tahoe vacation.

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