Backcountry skiing and riding are sweet! Avalanches are not. Don’t get caught. […]
The South Lake Tahoe Christmas Bird Count is your chance to do some birding in the winter, and contribute to the largest, longest running citizen science program in the world. Novices to experts are all welcome for this fun winter event that focuses the 7.5 mile radius count circle on the Upper Truckee River mouth at […]
As we transition into winter, Tahoe can see large numbers of migrating waterfowl, sparrows and finches shuffling around, and more eagles – the annual Tahoe Big Year by Tahoe Institute for Natural Science (TINS) should bring a couple more months of great birding! Join Will Richardson for bird watching walks to introduce us to the […]
South Shore ski legend and glove maker, Martin Hollay, turns 101 with celebration at Tahoe’s SNOW Sports Museum […]
Did you know that Sugar Pine Point State Park is the site of the first-ever Olympic Biathlon event held as part of the 1960 Winter Olympic Games at Squaw? […]
Lake Tahoe’s crystal clear dark nights are perfect for star gazing and there’s no better guide than poet-astronomer Tony Berendsen, owner to Tahoe Star Tours. […]
The Lake Tahoe Water Trail is an endless 72-mile water route along the shoreline that connects public launch and landing sites, and features water safety and stewardship tips to help paddlers have a safe and fun adventure. […]
If you liked the 1st edition, you’ll love the 2nd.
A Guide to Squaw Valley’s Most Exposed Lines by Robb Gaffney, MD.
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! […]
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. […]