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...

Kayaking under the full moon

We floated placidly on a calm evening catching the last rays of sunset above the trees of Agate Bay. We slowly spun around toward...

Paddleboard racing | Training for one’s personal best

It is the beginning of May and I’m the only one on Lake Tahoe, cruising on a stand-up paddleboard from Waterman’s Landing in Carnelian...

Tahoe Cup kicks off summer series

Officially the longest running paddle race series in the Tahoe region, the Tahoe Cup Paddle Race series celebrates its 11th anniversary in 2018 with...

Working to protect the Truckee River

  The Truckee River is a jewel that runs from Lake Tahoe through Truckee and Reno and ends in Pyramid Lake. The Truckee River is...

From Tahoe’s slopes to Big Blue. Five sports in one day.

On July 4, 2011, Lake Tahoe was coming off of an incredible snow season; ski resorts broke records for staying open the longest and...

Protect Lake Tahoe from invasive species | Clean, Drain, and Dry all watercraft

All water enthusiasts from boaters to kayakers and paddleboarders are urged to Clean, Drain, and Dry all watercraft before arriving at Lake Tahoe roadside...

Practice water safety on Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is a paddler’s paradise, highlighted by the Lake Tahoe Water Trail, a 72-mile water route along the shoreline that links public beaches...

Tranquility of winter paddleboarding

If you're allowing your paddleboard to hibernate through the winter, it's time to consider waking it. Extending your standup paddling season only takes a...

Kayaking under the light of the moon

The sun is setting. Waves are crashing over the bow of the kayak as Jani Osborne of Alpenglow Cleaners and I paddle out for...