Winter fun in Tahoe for the whole family

Skiing and snowboarding are the superstars of the winter recreation world, but there’s plenty of room for a supporting cast of family fun options...

Corral Night Ride

The Corral Night Ride on Oct. 13 is a chance to gather your craziest mountain biking friends, don your best Halloween costume and test...

Mountain festival highlights winter exploration

Alpenglow Sports (Josh Heli) · Exploring the Tahoe back country doesn’t have to stop when the snow starts to fly. The winter months open the...

Gray’s Crossing

Gray’s Crossing first opened in 2007 and was designed by Jim Hardy and Peter Jacobsen. It sits in a lush meadow not far from...

Riding fat in Tahoe

Perhaps you’ve seen a fat bike roll through Tahoe City or South Lake Tahoe and marveled at those humongous tires, or been startled by...

Intermittent closures on Flume Trail for repairs

The Flume Trail on Lake Tahoe’s East Shore. | Alyssa Ganong The Marlette Flume...

Wildflowers & Waterfalls

Wildflower season in Tahoe changes weekly, sometimes daily, with flowers flourishing one day at lake level, moving to flourish in higher elevations the following...

Underwater filming

There have been a lot of fantastic watermen in my world during the many years that I spent riding a surfboard at Southern California...

Inaugural Mountain Festival comes to Tahoe

Alpenglow Sports hosts its inaugural Mountain Festival, a nine-day festival offering a range of activities that span daily events, presentations and excursions for outdoor...

Explore history of Cave Rock on East Shore hike

The jutting promontory of Cave Rock on U.S. Route 50 between Zephyr Cove and Glenbrook, Nev., is a signature geologic feature that you see...