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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Tahoe’s best spring skiing

The sun is out and the snow is getting soft, which, by all accounts, indicates it must be time for spring skiing. So, here’s...

A Top 10 Tahoe-Truckee Winter, Part I

Author’s Note: This article is adapted from, “Snowbound: Legendary Tahoe-Sierra Winters,” by Mic Mac Publishing. The winter of 1880 was a wild roller coaster of...

Making mountain life accessible for all

Photos courtesy Disabled Sports USA Far West · In 1997, Roger Bartley was in a car accident that resulted in a traumatic brain injury. He...

Shooting & Skiing

Courtesy Tahoe Cross Country · Hopefully, you had the opportunity to see a bit of the biathlon in the recently completed Winter Olympics in Sochi,...

Bringing Back the 80s for SnowFest!

Rob Retting · SnowFest! returns with 10 days of winter celebrations with events for all ages starting with a kick off party at Gar Woods...

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...

Sheer winter enjoyment on snowshoes

Photos courtesy Tahoe Rim Trail Association · When you’re gazing over Lake Tahoe from Chickadee Ridge, just a few dozen feet from the snow-covered Tahoe...

1895: A Top 10 Tahoe Winter

The 1890s were a cold and snowy decade for the Tahoe-Sierra, with three of the all-time Top 10 winters: 1890, 1893 and 1895. Like most...

Locals heading to Winter Games

The 2014 Winter Olympic Games will open in Sochi, Russia, on Feb. 7 with 15 athletes that have lived and trained in the Tahoe-Truckee...

Pioneer snowmaker saved Squaw Valley Olympics

With the 2014 Winter Olympics at Sochi about to begin, all eyes have been on the weather conditions there and whether this subtropical resort...