Tahoe’s summer is far from over

Take it from someone who has lived here for decades – Tahoe’s summer is far, far, far from over. Labor Day kicks off what...

Tahoe’s wildflower explosion

It’s late August and in the higher elevations amid still-lingering patches of snow that may never fully melt this year, wildflowers are emerging in...

Tahoe’s butterfly invasion

The Tahoe Sierra has seen tens of thousands of butterflies swarming the region. They are on the trails, in the meadows, and I’ve even...

Lifeblood of the Tahoe Sierra

There’s no argument that at the center of life in the Tahoe Sierra is Lake Tahoe itself. Our economy, our lifestyle, our community, our...

August heats up Tahoe

August is heating up the Tahoe Sierra in more ways than just the temperature. Many of summer’s best events return to the region this...

Explore Tahoe’s trails, lakes & festivals

There are many ways to explore and enjoy the Tahoe Sierra – and we have a sampling of some of those ways spread throughout...

Celebrating the arts in Tahoe

There are likely as many artists in the Tahoe Sierra as there are trails. We are a relatively small, somewhat rural mountainous region (some...

Eagle Lake a Tahoe classic

It’s been quite a while since we’ve made written a story on the Eagle Lake hike on Lake Tahoe’s West Shore. It boasts awe-inspiring...

Tahoe’s abundance of wildflowers

A wet winter is the gift that keeps on giving from the long days enjoying ski runs and back-county trails, to the explosion of...

Tahoe summer fun & fireworks

Summer may have just officially started, but it’s been going strong since the first of June in most of the Tahoe Sierra. The trails...