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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.
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Take the heavenly gondola up from the village. Breathtaking views and lots of shopping at the base camp.
Hop aboard an 8-passenger glass cabin and be whisked 2.4 miles up the side of a mountain for breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Riders can hop off at an observation deck, located half way up, for even more spectacular sights.
Quite expensive; however, if you want incredible views, it is worth the price. Check out their website for current information. The shopping centers around the Gondola on the Nevada side are fun.
You can take the Gondola up in Winter for skiing and in summer for the sights of Lake Tahoe and ziplining up there.
Gondola from the base of Heavenly Valley (at Heavenly Village Plaza) to the top of Heavenly to the 360 degree lookout of the lake and mountain. Or ride up to the inner-tubing snow-play-area and ski down the Heavenly Valley Ski Resort mountain.
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