Phantom Spires | Getting high on chickenheads

Fall is decidedly the best climbing season, especially in Tahoe. The weather is cool, the rock and rubber grip well and the crowds are...

Climbing the walls

By Jenn Sheridan ·  It OK to let the stormy weather trap you inside sometimes. You don’t have to miss out on being active or...

Reel Rock 12 comes to Tahoe

Get ready for climbing’s greatest stories, stars and sends coming in November with Reel Rock 12. This season’s tour features five new short films...

Enter the Labyrinth | Dark Adventures on Black Wall

Black Wall. The massive cliff looms above us as Matt Pietras and I pull off the road below. We sit in the truck for...

Fred Beckey: Dirtbag or legend?

Fred Beckey is the original American “Dirtbag” climber whose name has evoked mystery, adulation and vitriol since the 1940s. Beckey’s stubborn, singular quest to...

Top 20 Tahoe fall adventures

Fall color is magnificent in the Tahoe Sierra, but it disappears as quickly as it appears. Get out there and explore now to enjoy...

Connecting to the outdoors at Outessa Summit

Outessa is a new outdoor adventure for women. Ladies, this isn’t a festival, it’s an outdoors retreat catering to women who love to recreate in...

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...

Adventures of Dierdre Wolownick

Alpenglow Sports Tailgate Talks presents author and adventurer Dierdre Wolownick on May 18 for a reading from her newest book, “The Sharp End of...

Spring in Tahoe

  Tahoe’s snowpack is likely to last until summer, and while many downhill resorts are closing soon, there’s still a lot to explore. Here are...