Glen Plake has dedicated his whole life to skiing, becoming a local and global legend of extreme sports. […]
Meet Gary Bell, owner of Sierra Ski and Cycle Works (SSCW) in South Lake Tahoe. The big fun in the small shop since 1980.
Backcountry skiing and riding are sweet! Avalanches are not. Don’t get caught. […]
So you have your new super fat twin tip skis or that new board with rocker.
You can ride switch all day long, throw down corked threes in the big pipe, you’ve dropped the cross on Mount Tallac, won a race or two during gay week and skied Powderhouse in the full moon! […]
The South Lake Tahoe Christmas Bird Count on Saturday, December 16th, will be held from 8am until sundown, is a chance to do some birding in the winter, socialize with other birders and contribute to the largest, longest running citizen science program in the world. Novices to experts are all welcome for this fun winter […]
The shapes defy the expected. Like a magician, he transforms myriad pieces of wood into a puzzling, seamless works of art.
How did he do that?
Meet Malcolm Tibbetts, segmented woodturning artist from South Lake Tahoe. […]
“I named this place Lost Trail because people are always getting lost off the backside of Sugar Bowl or along the Pacific Crest Trail and somehow end up here,” explains David Robertson, owner and operator of the wilderness outpost. […]
Well known as a breeding ground for elite athletes and year-round adventurers, Lake Tahoe is the stage for the Tahoe Adventure Film Festival to be held December 8th in South Shore at MontBleu. […]
It sends chills up your spine.
A person lost in a blizzard. Or worse – a child. Luckily we have some of the most experienced and dedicated, hard core rescuers in the Sierra.
Tahoe Nordic Search And Rescue. […]
He specializes in sculptures made from reclaimed metal objects, specifically railroad spikes that he masterfully bends to capture motion and movement like this Horse Head.
Meet Patrick Blide, metal sculptor and iron worker from Truckee. […]
Robb Gaffney M.D. began studying the slopes of Squaw Valley when he was in college. He has skied Squaw for more than 25 years and is the author of Squallywood – A Guide to Squaw Valley’s Most Exposed Lines. […]
“I work with clay. Elements derived from the earth.
Forms created through rhythm and motion.
Like the process that completes my work, it fires me up.
Keeps my inner fire burning and sets my soul free.” B Wesson […]