Mountain festival highlights winter exploration

Alpenglow Sports (Josh Heli) · Exploring the Tahoe back country doesn’t have to stop when the snow starts to fly. The winter months open the...

Accessing Tahoe’s public lands

The 2016-17 season has been one of the largest snow seasons Lake Tahoe has experienced in years as Tahoe ski resorts have reported anywhere...

Tahoe Powder 2014-15

Tahoe Powder is the only ski and snowboard lifestyle magazine about Tahoe. In the winter 2014-15 edition readers may explore Tahoe from its 15...

Eldorado National Forest taking comments on OSV plan

The U.S. Forest Service is currently taking comments for its plan for the Eldorado National Forest that would designate allowed areas for over-snow vehicles...

Embrace the outdoors at Alpenglow Mountain Festival

Alpenglow Sports hosts the fourth annual summer edition of the Alpenglow Mountain Festival from June 18 to 26 around North Lake Tahoe. The nine-day...

Tahoe locals · The characters you’ll meet

By Jenn Sheridan So, you want to live in Tahoe? You made the decision. For better or worse, you’re going to live in Tahoe. Whether it’s...

Back to school | Avalanche training will save your life

You wake up to a blue bird day, with 2 feet of fresh powder laying still on the mountains above Lake Tahoe. Your new...

Short explores the future of freeheel skiing

The short film “Future Freeheel” features some of the most progressive telemark skiing to date. Long-time telemark athlete Ty Dayberry discusses his views about...

Mountain heroes · Tahoe Nordic Search & Rescue

Since 1976, the Tahoe Nordic Search & Rescue team has been heading out in blinding blizzards in the middle of the night. They seek...

Snowshoe with a view | Boyles Rock and Cinder Cone

When snow conditions at lake level are good, moderate to advanced snowshoers may enjoy the steady ascent to Boyles Cross and beyond to the...