There’s no better way to enjoy the breathtaking scenery and beautiful weather of El Dorado County than with a pint of craft beer in hand.
California has the highest number of breweries in the country, and El Dorado County is packed with quite a few of them. Take a trip down Highway 50 in South Lake Tahoe and you will be greeted by craft breweries that dot the area. The region boasts of some of the best craft breweries, and if you truly want an authentic El Dorado County experience, embarking on a craft beer trail is a must. With so many places to grab a cold one, it can be overwhelming to choose where to go. Luckily, we have you covered with five breweries that are great places to start.
Is Lake Tahoe on your ski and snowboard bucket list? It should be. Combine terrific snow (and a lot of it), jaw-dropping views of Lake Tahoe and the surrounding peaks, the variety of ski resorts to choose from, and the great values, and you can understand why you need to plan that Tahoe winter vacation stat.
Mountain biking is undoubtedly one of the most exhilarating sports around. One fantastic location for mountain biking is the Lake Tahoe region in El Dorado County. It boasts endless trails to explore. You get to experience both mellow scenic paths and hair-raising downhills. If you plan to try one of the Lake Tahoe mountain biking trails, do make it a point to ride responsibly. Following safety tips and travel etiquette will enhance your mountain biking experience.
A fantastic destination for anyone who loves to spend time outdoors, El Dorado County is a treasure trove of natural beauty. From the roaring Sierra mountain ranges to sandy, white beaches of local lakes, the area boasts of an exceptionally vast and diverse landscape. And in the midst of it all lie some of the most beautiful lakes you will ever see. While Lake Tahoe may be El Dorado County’s best-known body of water, there are multitudes of lesser-known gems hidden among the lush forests and lofty mountains, which make for wonderful getaways. Read on to learn more.
The enchanting emerald waters of Lake Tahoe have been luring visitors in for years. Beyond the beauty of the lake lies the scenic Gold Country of California, with a range of attractions and activities ripe for the picking by a true explorer. You can literally raft the American River in the morning, and sip homegrown libations by dusk. Take your pick in this budding nook of California, the charming place where El Dorado and Placer Counties join.
The Tahoe Art League’s 12th annual artist’s studio tour boasts 29 artists showing and selling their inspired creations at 13 studios located all around the south shore of beautiful Lake Tahoe. This is an extraordinary self-guided art tour that is free to the public. There are numerous studios to visit with either individual artists or artist collectives showing their work and working spaces offering a unique glimpse into why we are the arts destination of Lake Tahoe.
An average of 40,000 cars travel from Sacramento and South Lake Tahoe through the Sierra Nevada Foothills on scenic Highway 50 every day. But the vast majority have no idea what they are missing less than a mile away from this popular route. If you’re willing to explore, you’ll be rewarded with unique adventures (along with some photos, wine, and even a freshly baked pie!).
Casual brewpub known for its beer & pizzas also has patio dining and a full menu of American grub.
The craft beer enthusiasts here at AleWorX find delight in the daily adventure of trying the latest one-off from the new local brewery; or the opportunity to explore a seasonal limited release. As an AleWorX team, we have our sights set on connecting Tahoe lovers with craft beer lovers—and it seems like they already have Read more […]