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Stay off Castle Rock for nesting falcons

Tahoe Rim Trail Association staff has had increased reports of peregrine falcon activity since they are coming into the Tahoe Basin to make nests....

Tackling issues of body image: ‘This is Beth’ film part of LUNAFEST

UPDATE March 13, 2023: The LUNAFEST scheduled for March 16 has been rescheduled for April 27 at 8 p.m. LUNAFEST, the traveling festival of short...

Tahoe’s Indoor Adventures

It’s the shoulder season in the Tahoe Sierra, which undoubtedly brings bouts of inclement weather. It can be 30 degrees F and snowing one...

Avoid nesting falcons

Peregrine falcons have returned to their nest at the top of Castle Rock on Kingsbury Grade on Lake Tahoe's East Shore. In the 1970s,...

Tahoe’s rock-climbing angels

As the number of outdoor recreationists visiting the Tahoe Sierra continues to multiply, preserving sustainable access to the outdoors has become one of the...

Winter Speaker Series goes virtual

Winter Speaker Series Nov. 19 | Local guide Dave Nettle Dec. 3 | Local ski mountaineer Cody Townsend Jan. 7 | Extreme skiing icon Angel Collinson Feb. 4...

Peregrine Falcons Are Doing Better

Lake Tahoe organizations working to harmonize wildlife protection and responsible recreation reported a successful effort to protect fledgling peregrine falcons while still allowing access...

Blue Granite hosts climbing fundraiser

Blue Granite Climbing Gym is hosting a fundraiser, Outdoor Climb-a-Thon 2020, to support greater access to climbing and the outdoors for marginalized and/or disadvantaged...

Recycle climbing ropes

Humane Society of Truckee Tahoe is accepting old climbing rope, which can be transformed into leases for newly adopted dogs. The Ropes for Rescues...

Nettle Kicks Off Speaker Series

Alpenglow Sports welcomes local guide Dave Nettle as the first speaker of the 14th annual Winter Speaker Series on Nov. 14 at 7 p.m....