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Top 10 Things to Do in March 2014 in Lake Tahoe: Top March Events and Activities Listed by VirtualTahoe.com

The Travel Experts at VirtualTahoe.com Have Announced the list of the Top 10 Things to Do in Lake Tahoe This March

LAKE TAHOE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/26/14 -- Today, VirtualTahoe.com (http://www.virtualtahoe.com), one of Lake Tahoe's leading travel & tourism websites, announced its list of the top 10 things to do this March in beautiful blue Lake Tahoe. From St. Patrick's Day in Lake Tahoe to unbeatable fun events, March in Lake Tahoe brings with it a packed calendar of great activities to enjoy while on vacation.

"There are always plenty of things to do in Lake Tahoe, and this March is no exception given the combination of new snow and sunshine," explains Lindsey Skinner, editor at VirtualTahoe.com. Here's this year's list of the top 10 things to do in March in Lake Tahoe:

1.) Skiing & Riding - Anytime
This winter seems to be flying by, but luckily there are still a couple months left to carve the powder. Enjoy some end of winter skiing and riding this March. For a full list of ski resorts and specs visit http://www.virtualtahoe.com/SkiTahoe/SkiAreas.html.

2.) Fishing - Anytime
Lake Tahoe is known for its world class fishing, so get out on the Lake this March and reel in a big one! March fishing in Lake Tahoe is perfect -- beat the summer crowd and enjoy the tranquility of the still Lake before the jet skis and tubes hit the water. Visit http://www.virtualtahoe.com/playground/SummerActivities/FishingTahoe.html for a list of the top fishing charters in Lake Tahoe.

3.) SnowFest! 2014 - Feb 28 - Mar 9
The 33rd annual SnowFest! is going on in early March, so be sure to join the fun. Events will be taking place throughout North Lake Tahoe, so enjoy the incredibly creative activities going on this year. Try the 80's onesie DJ party, Tahoe Mountain Man contest, and the Arctic Paddle Race at Waterman's Landing in Carnelian Bay! For more info go visit http://www.tahoesnowfestival.com/.

4.) Kiwanis Crab Feed - March 9th
Dance it up and chow down at the 31st annual mid-winter beach party at Harrah's Hotel & Casino! The event starts at 6pm, and tickets are $38. The night includes music and dancing, a silent auction, and of course, crab!

5.) Red Hut Cafe - Anytime
Enjoy the tastiest breakfast in South Lake Tahoe! Serving delicious food since 1959, Red Hut Cafe boasts a classic diner feel, and serves incredible dishes. Grub up before hitting the slopes this March! Or stop by the Red Hut Soda Fountain (on the corner of Hwy. 50 and Ski Run Blvd.) after a fun-filled day in Lake Tahoe and enjoy a tasty ice cream treat.

6.) Jibs 4 Kids at Homewood - March 15
Get the kids involved in their own little Olympics this year at Homewood's Jibs 4 Kids freestyle competition. Geared for kids 12 or younger, both skiers and snowboarders have the chance to win medals based on best trick, best fall, and other fun categories! Each competitor receives a T-shirt, and a certificate of achievement. Registration starts at 9am, and costs $10.

7.) St. Patrick's Day - March 17
If the luck of the Irish brings you to Lake Tahoe over St. Patrick's Day this year than cheers your beers and head to one of the many St. Patty's day events in Lake Tahoe. Try Tahoe Douglas Rotary's 46th Annual St Patrick's Day Celebration at Harrah's Resort and Casino in South Lake Tahoe. The day includes drinks, entertainment, a traditional Irish dinner buffet, and a silent auction! Homewood is also hosting its "catch the Leprechaun" event, going on from 10am - 3pm.

8.) Concerts in March 2014 - Various dates
Planning a March trip to Lake Tahoe? This March brings with it a few concerts worth checking out. Galactic is playing on March 16 at the Crystal Bay Club Crown Room, Bruce in the USA (for all those Bruce Springsteen lovers out there) will be at Harrah's on March 22nd, and The Mowgli's are in town (Harrah's) on March 8th. This month's musical lineup is out of this world.

9.) Lake Tahoe Cruise - Everyday in March
Incredible views of Lake Tahoe can be enjoyed from the M.S. Dixie II Emerald Bay Cruise or Dinner & Dance Cruise. Enjoy the calm March Lake before the onslaught of tourists flock to Lake Tahoe for the summer. Emerald Bay sightseeing tour is available every day, and the Dinner & Dance cruise happens on Saturdays and Sundays. More info here: http://www.virtualtahoe.com/playground/SummerActivities/TahoeTours.html.

10.) Drive around the Lake - Anytime
Why not? The drive around Lake Tahoe is 72 scenic miles and will take a few hours depending upon stops. The drive could easily be a non-stop cruise to a full-day adventure. Either way, there is no better way to see the Lake and all its personality. For a cool virtual tour of "The Most Beautiful Drive in America" see http://www.virtualtahoe.com/GettingHere/beautifuldrive/index.html.

Bonus Activity - Sled at Granlibakken
Located just outside Tahoe City past Fanny Bridge going south on Highway 89, Granlibakken is one of Tahoe's best kept secrets. This is not a big time, touristy sled hill, it's a cool hill that kids will love and parents will get a kick out of -- especially after they re-learn how to navigate a saucer.

Looking for a place to stay this March in Lake Tahoe? Find a complete list of hotels in North and South Lake Tahoe at http://www.virtualtahoe.com/Pillows/index.htm, and enjoy March in Lake Tahoe!

About VirtualTahoe.com:
VirtualTahoe.com, Lake Tahoe's number one online guide, provides quality information on all things Tahoe. Use VirtualTahoe.com to find information on everything Lake Tahoe from vacation lodging and casinos to ski resorts and boat rentals.

Media Contact:

Lindsey Skinner
Editor
VirtualTahoe.com
800 450 7805 ext 10708
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