People tend to check in during these times:
A ride up 2.4 miles in the Heavenly Gondola will leave you breathless as you take in the panoramic views of Lake Tahoe. On your way up, stop at the Observation Deck for a latte at Cafe Blue or to pick up unique Heavenly souvenirs at Gondola Sports.
Expect great views and panoramas.
$40 for adults $20 for children
heavevly Tahoe South
Buy your tickets online and skip the line
Enjoy the views of the lake
Great ride, observation deck is s must stop for amazing views.
Views from the water's edge can be more stunning than from this vista. Not worth $41 just to sight-see. Pay instead to for the fun activities at the summit and sight-see as an added bonus.
Scary but so beautiful!!!!
If you're afraid of heights the Gondola might not be for you!
Breathtaking views of sapphire-blue Lake Tahoe and the matching sky, surrounded by snowy Sierra mountains and tall pine trees galore! Heaven, indeed.
Get there early or be prepared to wait in line!
A must (we went in summer time), take some pictures up in the observation deck then continue your way up in the next lift and take a trail up the mountain to see magnificent views of south Lake Tahoe
The first day teacher is awful ad has no patience
Make sure to get off at the first stop, beat pics!
Enjoy Lake Tahoe sights + roll up in the Gondola...420 friendly
Get here early! For the 1st Sun!
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Website says $32/person but its actually $36.
Snowboarding there was so fun :)
MUST DO IN TAHOE! Worth the trip up the beautiful mountains! Enjoy Tahoe Blue!
8:30 am: Your 24 hours has to start with first tracks. Get to the Gondola early, grab some Heavenly donuts and be one of the first on the mountain.
Make sure you stop at the mid station to check out the best views of Lake Tahoe.
Need a quick fix?? Try Seattle Coffee around the corner. Need a little more, try Wolfgang Pucks on the corner
Try the skiing.
Try the gondola ride.
Food servings are big enough to share at the top. Don't waste money on separate entrees.
Shots bitches !!
Boycott this ski resort. Anyone who charges 32 dollars a person just to ride the gondola are a bunch of money grubbing bastards. Go to Sierra a much better ski resort with better ownership
$90 for one day skiing? are they crazy?
Paid public parking behind the gondola... really?
It's all about the Vista, once you reached the top... Enjoy!
Bring your own picnic for the viewing deck, plenty of tables!
They charge $32 for first summit & $38 to the next, but u can just stay in the gondola & get out at the top-they don't check tix after u enter ur gondola.
That's not how you spell gondola!
Buy your lift ticket from your hotel concierge and save $6
Si no vas a esquiar, esta caro solamente subir