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Five Places to Enjoy The Winter Snow in the California

27 October 2023

How to enjoy the California winter while staying safe. Are you prepared for natural disasters during the winter seasons?

Things to look out for: Landslides. Mudslide. Winter storms. Floods.

What to know: As a rule, the highway is closed in all directions in case of emergency. If you witness any of these listed, please contact the police or Fire Department to let them know. For such cases, you need to have the necessary things in the car like: water, food, medicine, cash, documents, blanket and extra clothing, radio, flashlight, whistle, local map, mobile phone charger, plastic sheeting.

Download the winter emergency guide and stay safe!

Check out the five places to enjoy the winter in California:

1. North Lake Tahoe: is the largest alpine lake in the United States. Lake Tahoe offers hundreds of miles of hiking and cycling trails, dozens of beaches, world-famous mountain and Nordic skiing, all kinds of snow sports, and 39 trillion gallons of water to enjoy.

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2. South Lake Tahoe: is a California resort town on Lake Tahoe, in the Sierra Nevada mountains that borders the Nevada state line. It is known for its nearby ski resorts and beaches, such as El Dorado Beach with picnic areas. 



3. Yosemite National Park: First protected in 1864, is best known for its waterfalls, but with an area of nearly 1,200 square miles, you can find deep valleys, majestic meadows, ancient giant redwoods, a vast desert, and more. (add link to source)

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4. Mammoth Resorts:
is the leading four-season mountain resort operator in California and manages a variety of recreational activities! Mount Mammoth is the highest mountain in California, served by ski lifts, with a peak of 11,053 feet. Winter in Mammoth usually lasts from early November to May. 

address MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN SKI AREA10001 Minaret Road, CA 93546


5. Placerville:
Placerville is a charming California Gold Rush town named after placer gold deposits discovered in riverbeds and hills in the late 1840s. Its valuable heritage is reflected in the historical architecture of the nineteenth century in the city center. (add link to source)

What's interesting to see in the city?

Gold Bug Park & Mine, Historic Downtown Placerville, Apple Hill™ Farms,

Museums, Wine Tasting

Instagram: visiteldorado


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