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Tahoe Rim Trail Association hosts photo contest

Professional and amateur photographers are welcome to submit their best shots of the Tahoe Rim Trail as part of the Tahoe Rim Trail Association’s...

Forest Service extends closures to beaches, camping in Tahoe Basin

The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) has extended the temporary closure of national forest recreation sites and areas in the...

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...

Amazing Tahoe books to read from Tahoe Weekly contributors

Tahoe Weekly has great, local contributors that not only pen articles for Tahoe Weekly’s print and online editions, but many of them are also...

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....

The Tranquility of Sardine Lakes

North of Truckee past the open space of the Sierra Valley, there are many places in which to escape the hectic pace of modern...

Adventure Van Expo at Homewood

The second annual Adventure Van Expo is from Sept. 7 to 8 at Homewood Mountain Resort. This gathering for adventurers of all sorts will...

Mokelumne Wilderness | Wildflower Haven

About 25 miles south of South Lake Tahoe on State Route 88 sits Carson Pass. Here just a few miles west of Kirkwood Mountain...

Fontanillis | Lake Desolation Wilderness’ Finest

I must admit I was feeling conflicted about writing an article about Fontanillis Lake. On the one hand, it’s my job to write about...

Exploring Desolation’s high mountain lakes

One of my favorite early summer hikes is to Lake Genevieve and Crag Lake in the Desolation Wilderness. It’s the first trail into Desolation...