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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Tranquility of winter paddleboarding

If you're allowing your paddleboard to hibernate through the winter, it's time to consider waking it. Extending your standup paddling season only takes a...

Doug Read

Doug Read is a powerful skier, ice skater, bike rider, builder and wood carver of everything, from the benches and tables at Tahoe Cross...

Diamond Peak: A Lake Tahoe gem

Celebrating its 50th anniversary this winter, Diamond Peak is probably the most overlooked and underrated ski resort in the Tahoe Basin. With an impressive...

Mountainfilm kicks off Alpenglow Mountain Festival

Alpenglow Sports, Tahoe City’s 39-year-old mountain shop, will host the critically acclaimed Telluride Mountainfilm as the kickoff for California’s premier mountain lifestyle event, the...

Snow skating | Free your feet

Story by Kayla Anderson  ·   “Free your feet and your soul will follow,” snowskater Mark Spicolli once told a European-based snowskate magazine. These are...

Carbohydrates for cross-country skiing

Story by Chef David “Smitty” Smith  ·   This is the time for many of us to click into our cross-country skis, slip into the...

2026 Winter Olympics bid eyed

If you’ve ever driven along State Route 89, chances are you’ve noticed the rings adorning the sign at the entrance to Olympic Valley. Though...

Snowmageddon packs a punch

Up to 15 feet at Tahoe resorts The Tahoe Sierra has been pounded by storm after storm system over the last week that brought up...

Bringing the Games back to Tahoe

As the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics, The Reno Tahoe area is steeped in Olympic tradition with the 1960 Winter Games held at Squaw...

Tahoe’s Winter Olympics | Ski museum to celebrate Olympic, ski history

Tahoe’s Olympic legacy and ski history of the Sierra Nevada will find a home under one roof in the new 1960 Winter Olympics Ski...