Standing on top of the world on Mt. Tallac

Photos & story by Jenn Sheridan ·  Standing tall at 9,735 feet with a recognizable cross of snow defining its presence even after a dry...

Incline Village Mountain Course

On a warm, early-summer afternoon, the Incline Village Mountain Course has vibrant blankets of cropped lime-colored grass shaded under tall Jeffrey pines. I arrived...

Lost Sierra Electric Bike Festival

Eco Bike Adventures hosts the fourth annual Lost Sierra Electric Bike Festival from July 12 to 14 at Diamond S Ranch in Beckwourth. It’s...

Tahoe’s 4th of July festivities

Independence Day celebrations continue through the weekend at locations throughout the Tahoe Sierra with a myriad of fireworks shows and celebrations. Find details on...

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...

Maritime history lies on the bottom of Lake Tahoe

Beneath the surface of the brilliant blue waters of Lake Tahoe lies the wreckage of a bygone era of maritime history. The Steamers “Tahoe,”...

Big Chief Trail opens

  The Truckee Trails Foundation worked with the U.S. Forest Service and Northstar California on a 7-mile, non-motorized Big Chief Trail connecting the southern tip...

Road biking heaven at Barker Pass

Story & photos by Tim Hauserman  ·   The ride Blackwood Canyon to Barker Pass 14 miles roundtrip | Easy to strenuous Add a hike Ellis Lake | 3 miles Twin...

The tranquility of camping at Emerald Bay

It was a long time coming. Over the past 30 years, I’ve strolled through the Emerald Bay Boat Campground dozens of times while walking...

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...