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  • March 23 to April 5, 2017

    By The Weekly on March 22, 2017
    Click here for the Digital Edition Greg Garrison ascends the southeast slope of Jakes’ Peak to explore the back country on Lake Tahoe’s West Shore. Outdoor enthusiasts have raised concerns with Tahoe officials about maintaining the public’s access to recreation in the region’s back country, which Kayla Anderson explores in the Tahoe Weekly’s ongoing coverage of back-country access. Photography by Scott […]
  • March 9-22, 2017

    By The Weekly on March 7, 2017
    Adrian Ballinger of Alpenglow Expeditions skis National Geographic Bowl in the side country at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows on Feb. 24 as part of a free community day hosted by Alpenglow Expeditions for the recent Alpenglow Mountain Festival, sponsored by Alpenglow Sports in Tahoe City (yes, they are separate businesses). “It was really fantastic skiing that day,” notes photographer Logan […]
  • Feb. 23 to March. 8, 2017

    By The Weekly on February 21, 2017
    Click here for the Digital Edition Dustin John, a guide at Lake Tahoe Snowmobile, rips through fresh powder in the Mount Watson back country off Brockway Summit on the North Shore of Lake Tahoe. John recently led a tour some of Tahoe Weekly’s staff to Mount Watson. Read more in this edition. Photography by Austin Taylor | LakeTahoeSnowmobiling.com   SnowFest […]
  • Tahoe Music & Festivals – Winter 2016-17

    By The Weekly on February 21, 2017
    It’s white out. As we continue our snow dances throughout the season, we are excited for another winter to play. In Tahoe, it’s ski by day and play by night. There are plenty of events this winter to entertain and beckon us to get out and dance, laugh and open our hearts.
  • Feb. 9-22, 2017

    By The Weekly on February 8, 2017
    Click here for the Digital Edition Dane Shannon blasts through winter during a moment of perfection on Tahoe’s East Shore. Photography by Ryan Salm | RyanSalmPhotography.com @RyanSalmPhotography   Celebrating 35 years The Tahoe Weekly has grown up a lot over the last 35 years from that first 12-page publication that boasted “Don’t Nobody Bring Me No Bad News” on Feb. 18, 1982 […]
  • Tahoe’s winter beauty

    By The Weekly on January 25, 2017
    Click here for the Digital Edition Scott Gaffney makes the most of Tahoe’s recent blizzard by enjoying his time snowbound with an impromptu ski session off different points on the house with Noah Gaffney in a series dubbed “Deep in the Streets” by photographer Matt Bansak. | MattBansak.com @matt.bansak.photography It’s hard to be still in Tahoe. With so many outdoor activities, […]
  • Welcome back, Winter

    By The Weekly on January 12, 2017
    Click here for the Digital Edition Jeremy Jones slashes into 2017 on a splitboard in the Mount Rose area overlooking Lake Tahoe. “Early season is my favorite time to shoot because we can ride powder on south- and east-facing slopes with great light,” notes photographer Ming Poon. | MingPoonPhotography.com @ming.t.poon The Tahoe Basin has been pounded, and I do mean […]
  • Dec. 29, 2016-Jan. 11, 2017

    By The Weekly on December 28, 2016
    Click here for the Digital Edition Skiers enjoy the mountainous vistas from the trails at Tahoe Donner Cross Country. Photography by Matt Chappell, Tahoe Donner. | TahoeDonner.com A magical Tahoe winter There’s something magical about winter in Tahoe. The sun glistening off the snow-capped mountains, the morning frost that twinkles like fairy dust, trees heavy with freshly fallen snow, frozen […]
  • Dec. 15-28, 2016

    By The Weekly on December 14, 2016
    Recent storms have brought fresh powder to the mountains and local ski resorts just in time for the holidays. Photography courtesy Northstar. | NorthstarCalifornia.com   A joyous holiday Winter has fully arrived in the Tahoe Sierra just in time for the joyous holiday season. Downhill and Nordic skiing is in full swing and holiday celebrations are a plenty every day […]
  • Dec. 1-14, 2016

    By The Weekly on November 30, 2016
    Tahoe’s renowned alpenglow casts hues of purple and orange over snow-capped mountains. Photography by Chris Talbot | TalbotImages.com Winter comes early in Tahoe Thanks to an early gift of fresh, deep powder, winter arrived in full force in the Tahoe Sierra in time for Thanksgiving and has continued to bring fresh powder to the mountains. Many of the downhill ski […]