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Hike into History | Explore historic Donner Pass

The Donner Pass region is at the crossroads of a nation, where Native Americans traveled for millennia, emigrant wagon trains made their way to...

Explore the colors of fall

Fall is a fleeting season in the Tahoe Sierra. When it appears, as it has in the last week, it only lasts for a...

Hike into History | Incline Flume Trail

The Incline Flume Trail is a real gem. For ease of access, lake and mountain views, minimal elevation change, historical relevance and overall great...

Sharing the beauty of Carpenter Valley

Truckee Donner Land Trust has ensured that many tracts of beautiful pristine land in the Tahoe Sierra are preserved for wildlife and recreation, which...

Wonder & awe on Roller Pass

Bill Oudegeest has lived on Donner Summit for 37 years. As a member of the Donner Summit Historical Society, he’s an amazing well of...

Freel Peak | Bagging Tahoe’s tallest

Tucked high above South Lake Tahoe sits Freel Peak at 10,881 feet, Tahoe’s loftiest mountain. It’s mostly treeless top was originally known as Bald...

Panoramic vistas along Donner Lake Rim Trail

When the Donner Lake Rim Trail is complete in a few years, hikers and mountain bikers will be able to explore over granite benches...

Waist-high wildflowers at Meiss Meadows

When I’m itching for an amazing display of wildflowers, the trail between Carson Pass and Showers Lake on the Pacific Crest Trail/Tahoe Rim Trail...

Dramatic views to Snow Valley Peak

Looking for a strenuous summer workout that brings you to spectacular views of Lake Tahoe, but without the massive crowds that you find on...

Expansive views from Donner Peak

The Donner Summit Historical Society calls it the most important historical square mile in California — and they’re probably right. Donner Pass is where...