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Explore rustic charm at Fallen Leaf Lake

  Tucked between Emerald Bay and South Lake Tahoe lies 3-mile-long Fallen Leaf Lake lined with historic mountain cabins and tiny docks. And, the massive...

Paddleboard, kayak or canoe?

One of the best ways to experience Lake Tahoe is to paddle along its shore. When paddling you are close to the water and...

The ultimate summer bucket list

Memorial Day Weekend signals the beginning of summer in Tahoe and Truckee. Bright, sunny days and fresh, mountain air beckon all to enjoy all...

Amazing Tahoe books to read from Tahoe Weekly contributors

Tahoe Weekly has great, local contributors that not only pen articles for Tahoe Weekly’s print and online editions, but many of them are also...

Ta-Hoe Nalu Paddle Festival

The Ta-Hoe Nalu Paddle Festival is Aug. 10 and 11, drawing folks from around the globe to the shores of Lake Tahoe to compete...

Summer’s best swimming holes

There is something oh so special about finding your exceptional place to swim in the mountains on a warm Sierra afternoon. Whether it’s a private...

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...

The Tranquility of Sardine Lakes

North of Truckee past the open space of the Sierra Valley, there are many places in which to escape the hectic pace of modern...

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...

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...