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  • Powder Report

    By The Weekly on April 9, 2014
    Billy Dutton Uphill | Squaw Valley ·  Join Billy Dutton Uphill The Billy Dutton Uphill race takes place at Squaw Valley on April 13. The race begins at the base of KT-22 and follows a 3.2-mile course up Mountain Run to High Camp with 2,000 vertical feet of climbing on skis, skins, running or snowshoes. For more information, visit billyduttonuphill.com. […]
  • Steals & Deals

    By The Weekly on April 9, 2014
    Ski deals, passes Epic Pass pricing announced Epic passes offering access to Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood are on sale now starting at $409 until April 13. Passes include six buddy tickets. Put $49 down to secure a pass and pay the balance in fall. Skiers and riders visiting the resorts this spring can turn in his or her day lift […]
  • Announcements

    By The Weekly on April 9, 2014
    Enjoy Easter festivities Easter in Tahoe brings a number of festivities from egg hunts and kids games to special brunch menus. The Incline Village Library hosts a special Easter story time with games, crafts and an egg hunt on April 16. On April 19, Easter Egg hunts will be held throughout the community including in Tahoe City, Truckee and Incline […]
  • Powder Report

    By The Weekly on March 26, 2014
    Pain McShlonkey Classic on tap The Pain McShlonkey Classic returns to Squaw Valley on March 29 at 9 a.m. at the top of the KT-22 chairlift. Celebrate the spirit of Shane McConkey and join the on-hill antics as pro skiers take on 30 pre-selected amateurs in an all-out downhill on snow blades. Later, the Extreme Small Mountain Invitational features 30 […]
  • Steals & Deals

    By The Weekly on March 26, 2014
    Golf specials Ritz-Carlton offers deal for golfers The High Sierra Golf Experience is offered from May 16 to Oct. 2 and includes deluxe accommodations and two, 18-hole rounds of golf at either Old Greenwood or Gray’s Crossing, as well as a golf cart and practice balls for each night. Packages start at $399 per night. Reservations are required to ensure […]
  • Announcements

    By The Weekly on March 26, 2014
    Learn to ride the park Squaw Valley offers a Jibs & Jumps clinic to guide skiers and snowboarders into the realm of manmade and natural features – boxes, rails, tabletops, tree jibs, wind lips and more from 9:30 a.m. to noon on March 28. The clinic is open to intermediate to advanced skiers and riders. The cost is $49, and […]
  • Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club

    By Charlie Good on September 11, 2013
    Built in 1996 by Dick Bailey, Whitehawk Ranch Golf Club is carved from the natural terrain of the Mohawk Valley and is nestled on the eastern slope of the Sierra. There are seven streams that meander through the tall pines, cedars, firs and quaking aspens, creating ponds and waterfalls that contribute to both its beauty and challenge. Whitehawk is ranked […]
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  • Smallmouth bass

    By Bruce Ajari on September 11, 2013
    The month of August is typically referred to as the Dog Days due to the warm temperatures that it produces and the corresponding water temperatures that make things uncomfortable for trout. As a result, fishing is usually a bit tougher for fishermen during this period. Trout fishing is usually confined to early morning or late evening periods when water temperatures […]
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  • Ponderosa Golf Course

    By Charlie Good on September 4, 2013
    Ponderosa Golf Course  · Ponderosa Golf Course is a 9-hole course in Truckee that was built in 1961 by Bob Baldock, a prolific golf course architect in the United States in the 1960s. The Ponderosa is managed by the Truckee-Donner Recreation and Park District under the direction of superintendent Dan O’Gorman. This formidable NCGA-rated course presents a challenge for both […]
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  • Leg Seven: Crater Lake and Home

    By Bruce Ajari on September 4, 2013
    Leslie at an overlook on the east side of Crater Lake.  · Well, last week I ended up commenting about going to Crater Lake. While it was a smokey day thanks to a wildfire northwest of us, Crater Lake was no less impressive. Formed in about 5,400 B.C., Crater Lake is a result of the eruption of the then 12,000-foot […]
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