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Sunday, January 14, 2018

Preserving Sierra ski history on film

John Dayberry wants to make sure that the history of early Sierra Nevada mountaineering isn’t easily forgotten. He is using his experience in wood-shop...

The kids are done skiing. Now what?

Tahoe is a skier’s paradise, and most adults are in his or her happy place doing endless laps up and down the mountain slopes...

Outdoor Events

No spillage allowed Camp Richardson Resort’s annual snowshoe cocktail races start on Jan. 20, a favorite with visitors and locals. Racers, cocktail trays in hand,...

Kids Events

It’s like tubular Fly down the hill at Tahoe Donner Snowplay with the Fastest Tube Event on Jan. 12 from 1 to 2:20 p.m. Heats...

Events | January

The excitement of the Winter Olympics Team USA WinterFest comes to Squaw Valley on Jan. 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. as part of...

1938 | The Biggest Winter of All, Part I

The winter of 1938 pummeled the Tahoe Sierra 80 years ago, but just like last season, forecasters and residents never saw it coming. Similar...

Events | February

FEB. 1 | THURSDAY Entrepreneurs welcome South Lake Tahoe “Are you growing your dream business?” The mentor-based Entrepreneurs Program meets the first Thursday of every month...

Events | March

MARCH 1 | THURSDAY SnowFest! Is on Carnelian Bay North Lake Tahoe’s 37th annual SnowFest today includes a kickoff party and Queen coronation at Gar Woods....

Dec. 28, 2017 to Jan. 10, 2018 | Tahoe’s fabulous Nordic resorts

They may not get as much fanfare as their downhill ski resort neighbors, but the Tahoe Sierra is a mecca for Nordic skiers boasting...

Fearless Snowshoe Thompson had no equal

California’s first alpine skier, the legendary, Norwegian-born John A. “Snowshoe” Thompson, is credited with being the first to ski across the Sierra Nevada, a...