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Getaway Reno/Tahoe

Getaway Reno/Tahoe

Winter 2021
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Getaway is an in-room magazine printed quarterly, giving tourists the information they need to discover the best of what our area has to offer. The publication is filled with editorial content, local listings and advertisements that are relevant to those visiting the Reno/Tahoe Area

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País:
United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Good Morning Publications
Periodicitat:
Quarterly
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1 min.
note from our publisher

Once again I find myself writing this Publisher’s Letter in some very unstable times. Hopefully this issue gets us though not only the rest of 2020, but on to a more steady environment. In choosing our subject matter for this issue, we wanted to include information that would hold up and remain useful no matter what COVID-19 threw at us. We have articles on; off the mountain activities, great breakfast spots, and shopping, along with much more. One area I would really like to talk to you about is how we have used this downtime to pivot and expand our outreach in many ways, all of which help our dear readers gain better access to our magazine, articles and other content. First, if you are a subscriber to Issuu.com, Zinio.com, Magzter.com or…

1 min.
navigators

Meet your navigators. The Getaway Reno/Tahoe team will point you in the right direction to experience the region we call home in the most meaningful way. Todd Poth Publisher Todd is a world traveler and proud alumni of THE Ohio State University. He is a happy husband and father of three daughters ages 6 and under. (Which helps explain his hair loss.) His spare time is dedicated to giving back to the community and the Tahoe-Douglas Rotary Club. Meghan Burk Project Manager/Brand Director A spokesperson, public figure and tv host, Meghan aims to inspire others to try new things. When she isn’t clicking away on the computer, you will find her on a mountain peak, hanging from a rock wall or floating on water. Dallas Burns Business Solutions Manager As a 20-year resident, when Dallas isn’t networking at community…

5 min.
sierra scavenger hunt

The Sierra Nevada region is rich in history, art, and nature — if you know where to look. There is plenty to explore and enjoy in this fair part of the world, from one-of-a-kind museums to scenic vistas to immersive historical experiences. To aid in your journey and guide you to new adventures and sites, we've put together the Sierra Scavenger Hunt. Follow along and share what you see with us on social media, where we'll be awarding prizes to the most active participants. @getawayrenotahoe Gallery galivanting At the Benko Art Gallery in South Lake Tahoe, you'll find a 1,500-square-foot showroom showcasing pieces by local contemporary artists, including paintings, photography, sculpture, ceramics, glass art, functional art, and installation art. The gallery has become a platform for local artists to emerge as professionals. benkoartgallery.com Sierra…

5 min.
wonderful winter activities

DAYTIME DISCOVERIES Museums are a great place to spend your day, no matter the weather. Explore Nevada’s natural and cultural history at the Nevada State Museum. Learn all about the Historic Carson City Mint and Coin Press No. 1, Nevada’s Changing Earth and Nevada: A People and Place Through Time. See more than 200 historic and rare vehicles in a hands-free environment at The National Automobile Museum. Catch the Bill Harrah – A Retrospective through December or learn about the lowrider movement in Low and Slow on view starting in January. Don’t miss the record-setting racing vehicles in Speed! Or, immerse yourself in fine arts at the Nevada Museum of Art. Special exhibits include Andre Zittel’s Wallsprawl, Reko Rennie’s Always Was Always Will Be and a collection of contemporary works by…

3 min.
distanced lakeside

In this challenging world of social distancing, people visiting the Lake Tahoe area are fortunate that so many activities are in the outdoors, under clean, crisp mountain skies. Regardless if you are looking for thrills and speed, or just wanting to experience the tranquility of open space and majestic scenery, there are a variety of safe and fun choices in our region. In these unique times, many Tahoe businesses have taken “lemons, and made lemonade,” adjusting to current safety protocols to provide safe activities for visitors and locals. Like the early pioneers who first inhabited these mountains, entrepreneurs are finding ways for guests to adapt, while still giving visitors a full Sierra experience. Bike riding in the winter? Yes, a new sport is gaining popularity in our area based on new bikes…

3 min.
fired it up

Yes, it’s chilly outside during the winter months in the High Sierra. However, it can be truly invigorating to be outdoors, breathing the crisp, clean mountain air with friends, enjoying a meal, favorite beverage and conversation. Just because the sun goes down and the temperature drops, doesn't mean staying inside is required. Many local establishments have great fire pits, allowing guests the pleasure of being outside while in comfort around a warm fire. South Lake flames Lake Tahoe Aleworx, in South Lake Tahoe at the "Y," has four fire pits on their patio adjacent to a forest path that is frequented by bears. Sample some of their 25 beers on tap, enjoy a wood-fired pizza, and you may be lucky enough to "have a beer with a bear." Their newly opened establishment, The…