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Fly Marin to Tahoe this Summer



Whether it’s skiing Squaw Valley in the winter or stand up paddleboarding boarding around Emerald Bay in the summer, it’s safe to say that everyone loves Tahoe. Something else that’s safe to say? No one likes driving there. Sure, the lure of a second home or cabin filled with friends for a weekend of indulging is always alluring, but the inevitable doom of the bumper-to-bumper traffic on Sunday night or pre-sunrise Monday morning eventually sets in. As of this month, however, there is a situation to this decades old problem. The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe has partnered with Blackbird Air and as of June passengers are able to fly from Palo Alto and Sausalito directly to The Ritz’ new Lake Club located in Tahoe Vista on Lake Tahoe’s North Shore. Once landed at Lake Club, guests of the resort are welcome to promptly begin enjoying the many amenities the stunning waterside venue has to offer, including al fresco dining, leisure and water activities, and direct access to the lake. From Lake Club, guests can be transported in luxury mini buses to The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe to enjoy the mountain retreat. Looking for adventures on the ground? Blackbird Air also offers a standard private airline from its Bay Area airports to Truckee Airport. flyblackbird.com,ritzcarlton.com/LakeTahoe

 

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