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The Outdoors

  • Tahoe Music & Festivals Summer 2016

    By The Weekly on July 20, 2016
      Tis the season for outdoor concerts, festivals galore and revelry in the mountains as Tahoe’s days and nights are filled with events from music on the beach to wine walks to Shakespeare to art tours and dance festivals. You’ll find everything you need to plan for a summer of food, fun and festivals in our Tahoe Music & Festivals […]
  • Artists open studios · Truckee Open Art Studios Tour

    By Tim Hauserman on July 20, 2016
    Nevada County Arts Council presents A TOAST to Truckee’s Creative Community, the second annual Truckee Open Art Studios Tour from July 22 to 24. During the event, art aficionados can check out and purchase the works of 29 artists between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. each day. Art media will include painting, woodworking, mixed-media, photography, glass, pottery and textiles. It’s […]
  • Around the wye · Tahoe City crossroads steeped in history

    By Tim Hauserman on July 20, 2016
    Plans are afoot to build a new bridge across the Truckee River downstream of Fanny Bridge in Tahoe City. The bridge will part of the realignment of Highway 89 through 64 Acres and become the main artery to and from the West Shore of Lake Tahoe with roundabouts connecting either end of the new roadway. The existing Fanny Bridge will […]
  • Prepare for wildfire season with defensible space 

    By The Weekly on July 20, 2016
    Wildfires are burning in the Sierra Nevada and homeowners around Lake Tahoe must ensure they are prepared for wildfire by clearing hazardous fuels from their properties by creating defensible space. “The snow we received this winter has been great, but with elevated levels of tree mortality and entering our fifth year of drought, our fire conditions still remain elevated,” said […]
  • The soul of Tahoe Lake Elementary School · Stephanie Foucek

    By Tim Hauserman on July 20, 2016
    The first thing you notice about Tahoe Lake Elementary School principal Stephanie Foucek is her constant beaming smile. It is very much a part of who she is, a nurturing mother of three children and a second mother to 300 more. “She is the best principal we could ever hope for. She has this amazing dedication and cheerful, wonderful attitude,” […]
  • Dare to shoot the Flume

    By Mark McLaughlin on July 20, 2016
    Every summer, mountain bikers flock to Lake Tahoe’s East Shore, eager to ride the old Flume Trail. Littered with wooden planks from a 19th-Century water flume, this narrow pathway hugs the steep west slope of the Carson Range. It challenges the courage and endurance of adventuresome cyclists. Although a ride along the Flume Trail can stir the heart, the real […]
  • Fishing at Prosser Reservoir

    By Bruce Ajari on July 20, 2016
    Located a short drive north of Truckee off highway 89, Prosser Reservoir provides local anglers with great angling opportunities year-round. It provides great fishing opportunities in the spring, summer and fall, as well as a short, winter ice-fishing season. Prosser Reservoir. | Bruce Ajari Anglers enjoy this lake because of the 5 mph boating restriction in place that limits it […]
  • Coyote Moon Golf Course

    By Casey Glaubman on July 20, 2016
    Coyote Moon, located minutes from downtown Truckee, is truly a mountain course in every sense of the word. Tall trees, stunning views and beautifully sculpted features greet you at every twist and turn of this winding course. Not to be outdone by the scenery, the designers of Coyote Moon must have had a great time utilizing the natural, rolling contours […]
  • July 21-27

    By The Weekly on July 20, 2016
    100-mile race from Tahoe to Auburn |  The Western States Trail Ride, popularly called the Tevis Cup Ride, is on July 23 starting at 5:15 a.m. It is the oldest modern-day endurance ride, which started in 1955. Each horseback rider who completes the 100-mile course from Tahoe to Auburn within the 24-hour limit and whose mount is judged fit to […]
  • Wanderlust Tahoe · Opening your mind, body & soul

    By Priya Hutner on July 13, 2016
    The Wanderlust Festival offers an opportunity to dip your toes into the many flowing waters of traditional practice from basics to esoteric to newer incarnations of yoga. For some, yoga is a means of exercise while others want to experience the depth of where yoga can take the practitioner. Traditional yoga like Hatha yoga offers the basics of practice while […]