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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Swimming with the wildflowers at Sagehen Meadows

  Longer, warmer days each spring are the harbinger of wildflowers and hiking season in Tahoe and Truckee. As the plants begin to push up...

Low-cost spay & neuter services

By providing low-cost and free spay/neuter services to qualified applicants for their dogs and cats, the Humane Society of Truckee-Tahoe is making 2019 a...

Exploring the ancient Martis Valley cave

If you’re one of the countless people who drive State Route 267 past expansive Martis Valley south of Truckee and consider it just a...

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...

Wild-eyed wonder at Skunk Harbor

The warm summer days are still fresh in our minds even though the temperatures are getting cooler and the leaves are starting to change...

Canine Adventures in the Tahoe Sierra, Part II

The Tahoe Sierra is a dog’s paradise, known for its crisp air, wide-open spaces, clean water and stimulating snowfall. For more than 150 years,...

New section for Donner Lake Rim Trail

Truckee Donner Land Trust recently completed a new, 4-mile street on the on Donner Lake Rim Trail, which offers runners, hikers, bikers and equestrians...

Canine Adventures in the Tahoe Sierra, Part I

Free open spaces, clean streams and lakes, and the scarcity of ticks and fleas conspire to make the Tahoe Sierra a dog’s paradise. For...

Tail & Ale Festival returns

The Tahoe Biltmore hosts the annual Tail & Ale Festival on Dec. 1 from 5 to 9 p.m., featuring North Lake Tahoe’s only indoor,...

Desolation Wilderness | Backpacking into Tahoe’s heart and soul

There is something awe inspiring about hiking into expansive, untracked wilderness that captures the spirit and connects us to something much larger than ourselves....