Photo Credi (+Cover Photo): Tahoe Mountain Lab
Photo Credit: Tahoe Mountain Lab | Cover Photo: Heavenly Facebook Page

Started as the first coworking space in the South Lake Tahoe area, Tahoe Mountain Lab is opening its second location atop the aerial tramway at Heavenly Mountain Resort.

Related: How Coworking Spaces Are Keeping The Ski Bum Dream Alive

That’s right, the new space will be located in the Lakeview Lodge at the terminus of the lift, allowing members and visitors alike to utilize a quiet workspace in between tram laps. According to the Tahoe Daily Tribune, the 800 sq foot coworking space will include 16 desks, high-speed internet, as well as a place to stash laptops when working stiffs need to get loose.

“We’re planning on a December 1st opening date with a on-mountain opening apres party.” David Orr, Tahoe Mountain Lab

The new location is a part of a larger movement of coworking spaces in ski towns across the globe known as the Mountain Coworking Alliance. Right now, there are 11 coworking spaces in North America and Europe and members are allowed two days at any of the other participating coworking spaces.

Mountain Coworking Alliance Members:

Revelstoke, BC – Coworking in Revelstoke
Chamonix, FR – The Ski Locker
North Lake Tahoe, CA – Tahoe Mill Collective
South Lake Tahoe, CA – Tahoe Mountain Lab
Reno, NV – The CUBE @ Midtown
Jackson Hole, WY – Spark Jackson Hole
Park City, UT – Assemble Park City
Durango, CO – Durango WorkSpace 
Basalt, CO – RiverCoWorks
Avon, CO – Camp

Photo Credit: Tahoe Mountain Lab

About Tahoe Mountain Lab

Tahoe Mountain Lab, Lake Tahoe’s first South Shore coworking office, provides all the necessary tools freelancers, entrepreneurs, and remote workers need to get work done in a highly amenitized office. By offering a mix of shared, open-concept desks and office space along with private offices for rent, Tahoe Mountain Lab is perfectly suited to satisfy the needs of the 21st century worker. We provide blazing fast internet, video conferencing, snacks, coffee, and drinks to keep you at the top of your game. And don’t forget about our community events – workshops, social outings, volunteering, lectures, and member lunches all contribute to creating a strong work community, even though all those in the community are working on different projects and in widely varying industries.

Find out more here: Tahoe Mountain Lab

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