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...

UPDATE: Back-country access

Agencies work together to plan projects around recreation access An Oct. 23 public meeting to discuss options for back-country access along the West Shore was...

You Can’t Park Here: Back-country skiers lament loss of West Shore parking

By Jenn Sheridan Back-country enthusiasts have long used dirt pullouts along local highways to access prime skiing locations like this spot on the West Shore....

Making mountain life accessible for all

Photos courtesy Disabled Sports USA Far West · In 1997, Roger Bartley was in a car accident that resulted in a traumatic brain injury. He...