TRPA to eye plan for West Shore parking, access, traffic issues

The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency is set to hold meetings with stakeholders to help shape the future of transportation, access, traffic management, parking and...

Forest Service eyes plan for Incline Lake

The USDA Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) has issued a draft decision for management of 1,083 acres of National Forest System lands off the Mt....

Truckee River Canyon trail work begins

The nonprofit Tahoe-Pyramid Trail has begun work on the final section connecting Truckee and Reno, Nev., through the Truckee River Canyon. Richard May Construction of...

Connecting Tahoe’s bike trails

The Tahoe Basin offers a plethora of bike trails from a gentle ride along the Truckee River, to a tour past South Lake Tahoe’s...

Back-country access | It’s a waiting game

It was a bluebird day and they came from miles around to ski untouched powder. Once the 15 or 20 legal parking spots were...

Van Norden Meadow now part of Forest Service

Van Norden Meadow, one of the northern Sierra’s most important meadows, is now in the public trust as part of the Tahoe National Forest,...

Accessing Tahoe’s public lands

The 2016-17 season has been one of the largest snow seasons Lake Tahoe has experienced in years as Tahoe ski resorts have reported anywhere...

First-person experiences in the back country

The Tahoe Weekly has been covering the ongoing issues with back-country access and parking throughout the Tahoe Basin since fall 2015. Back-country skiers recently...

Be kind to the back country 

Aside from the enormous deep blue lake that is the center of it all, the Lake Tahoe region is also blessed with copious quantities...

No boundaries at Sugar Bowl

At 1,200 acres with 1,500 vertical feet, Sugar Bowl may seem like one of the smaller resorts in California, but its open boundary policy...