Posted on 1/14/2021

The Best Ways to Practice Social Distancing in North Lake Tahoe

Over the past year, weâve all done our part to stay home and slow the spread of COVID-19 as much as possible. Recently, many cities have lifted their stay-at-home orders, which means that restaurants, shops, and ski resorts are now open. Everyone is eager to get out and explore, but how can we do so while keeping public health at the center of our concerns? Read on for our top five ways to practice social distancing in North Lake Tahoe! Have questions about traveling to North Lake Tahoe? Contact us with questions regarding your reservation and/or the latest information on travel and lodging restrictions in North Lake Tahoe!

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Top 5 Ways to Practice Social Distancing in North Lake Tahoe

The information in this blog is from Jan. 14, 2021. Please keep in mind that state and health officials can change COVID-19-related requirements and orders at any time. Please check North Lake Tahoeâs COVID-19 Update for the latest information.

1. Wear a Mask

The No. 1 way we can all help slow the spread of COVID-19 is to wear a mask! Face coverings are now readily available online and in stores, so be sure to add a few masks to your packing list. Local businesses are under a widespread mask requirement, meaning visitors are required to wear a mask while on the premises. View the Mask Up Tahoe campaign to see why our community takes mask-wearing seriously!

2. Make It a Road Trip

Limiting your exposure to others is another great way to slow the spread of COVID-19. When it comes to travel, a road trip is the best option! Luckily, North Lake Tahoe is within driving distance from some of Californiaâs major cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles. During your drive, catch up on podcasts or listen to your favorite music without interruptions. Plus, you donât have to deal with the stress of airports!

3. Visit Ski Resorts

No trip to North Lake Tahoe in the winter would be complete without a skiing or snowboarding adventure! Our areaâs ski resorts are open for the 2020/21 season with special requirements. These include limited guest capacity, mask requirements, reservations required for lift tickets, and no indoor dining on the mountain. Please check each individual resortâs website for the latest information!

4. Dine Outdoors

Right now, restaurants and breweries in North Lake Tahoe are available for outdoor dining and takeout only. Those who choose to dine outdoors can enjoy more space, as establishments have removed some tables to meet social distancing requirements. We encourage everyone to tip, even on takeout orders during this time, as the COVID-19 pandemic has hit the food and beverage industry especially hard!

5. Book a Long-Term Rental with Tahoe Truckee Properties

Booking a longer stay is another way to practice social distancing in North Lake Tahoe! Tahoe Truckee Properties is currently accepting bookings for 30 or more days, so you can travel safely. Our North Lake Tahoe rentals also boast convenient amenities like high-speed Internet connection, so you can work remotely during your stay! Browse a full inventory of our North Lake Tahoe rentals to start planning your trip. Safe travels! [q4vr-properties pids]
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