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Wednesday, June 3, 2020

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...

Forest Service Seeks input on snowmobile access

The USDA Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) has released the Proposed Action for the Winter Recreation and Over Snow Vehicle (OSV)...

Conservation of Olympic Valley Land on Hold

The campaign to conserve nearly 30 acres of creek and meadow in the heart of Olympic Valley is on hold, but Squaw Valley Public...

Forest Service eyes public access in Tahoe Basin

The future of access to public lands surrounding Lake Tahoe will be decided through a management plan currently being developed by the U.S. Forest...

Snowmobile comment period extended

The Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit will host two informational open houses on the proposed Winter Recreation and Over Snow Vehicle (OSV)...

Free back-country Shuttle

Tahoe Backcountry Alliance will implement a Micro Transit Pilot Program for the West for back-country skiers to access trails where parking is limited or...

Tahoe National Forest opens motorized roads, trails

All motorized roads and trails across the Tahoe National Forest opened May 1, 2020. Trash removal services are unavailable at this time and toilet...

USFS extends closure of developed sites; boat launches and trailheads open

The Tahoe National Forest, Eldorado National Forest and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest have announced that most developed recreation sites will remain closed through May 15, including...