According to: Reno Tahoe Blog
After a day of playing in the snow, there’s nothing better than warming up under a blanket with your loved ones, enjoying a sweet cup of cocoa or hot toddy. In Reno Tahoe, we know how to make the most of our snowy days, from snowshoeing to skiing and snowboarding, and we also know how to round out those chilly days with a variety of fire pits located around the region.
After a day of riding the lifts, slip off those ski or board boots and into your fuzzy snow boots, then gather around a fire pit in Northstar’s village area. Grab a cocktail or warm drink and make your way to the fire pits of The Grille at Sawtooth Ridge. For an extra cozy experience, reserve your own cabana where you can roast s’mores between turns on the ice skating rink at The Overlook.
You know the pool at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno may be a good place to cool off and catch some rays with friends, but did you know it’s a year-round retreat? The hot tubs and fire pits are absolute perfection after a day on the slopes. Round out the experience with a drink from their full-service bar or a snack from the dining menu.
Craving some gooey sweets after a day in the snow? At Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe, you can get your own s’mores-making kit from room service and roast marshmallows while swap tales of the day’s adventures. Paired with a mug of hot chocolate, this experience is the ultimate wintertime treat for friends, couples and families.
You can also enjoy a nice warm fire pit inside The Shore Room at the Renaissance Reno Downtown. A hand-crafted cocktail, exquisite dinning and a nice warm fire pit next the Truckee River is all you need on a crisp, wintery day.
Some other spots with a roaring fire for you to enjoy include the classically popular Fireside Lounge inside the Peppermill, as well as Z Bar, Whispering Vine and Sizzle Pie in Midtown.
To find even more ways to après in Reno Tahoe, check out these favorite hot spots for a post-adventure refreshment.