Outside

Not always a Vacation at USCG Station Lake Tahoe

April 10, 2018
    Water Sports

Despite its challenges, USCG crew members say they wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.


Martin Hollay and a Lifetime of Glove Making

April 9, 2018
    PeopleSkiing

As an apprentice glove maker in Hungary in the 1930s, Martin eventually moved to the U.S. in 1958 settling in South Lake Tahoe to live, ski, raise a family, and continue making hand stitched leather gloves using his glove press that is over 100 years old.


72 Miles of Pure Liquid Fun along the Lake Tahoe Water Trail

    Water Sports

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.


Sierra Avalanche Center is Our Lifeline

April 1, 2018
    Skiing

Backcountry skiing and riding are sweet! Avalanches are not. Don’t get caught.


Pain McShlonkey Classic at Squaw March 17

March 3, 2018
    Skiing

Get your saucers ready for the annual Pain McShlonkey Classic event at Squaw on Saturday, March 17, 2018. Got any big trips planned?


woman figurine on boat bow

Tahoe Maritime Museum

February 12, 2018
    Water Sports

If you love art, history and boating, you don’t want to miss the Tahoe Maritime Museum.


snowbiking in the mountains

Alpenglow Mountain Winter Festival

February 9, 2018
    Mountaineering

Driven by fun, community, health, education and the embodiment of the mountain lifestyle, the Alpenglow Mountain Winter Festival held each February in North Lake Tahoe is a celebration of human-powered mountain sports, events, clinics, equipment demonstrations, critically-acclaimed film and more.


1950s snowshoeing in lake tahoe

Full Moon Snowshoe Hikes at Sugar Pine Point SP

February 7, 2018
    Outside

Step back in time along the west shore of Lake Tahoe for a great cause.


ehrman mansion at sugar pine park

Snowshoe through History at Sugar Pine Point State Park March 17

February 3, 2018
    Outside

What would it be like to be the only permanent resident of Lake Tahoe’s West Shore during the winter of 1904?

Find out during a snowshoe hike around the Hellman-Ehrman Mansion on the lake shore March 17 starting at 11:00 AM. You’ll learn about the natural environment that attracted Tahoe’s earliest settlers and explore the fascinating history of a Tahoe landmark.


woman planting seedlings

Sugar Pine Plantings

February 2, 2018
    Outside

Help the Sugar Pine Foundation plant healthy, fungus-resistant sugar pines at these upcoming planting events. 


yurt in hope valley

Hope Valley Outdoors Yurt

February 1, 2018
    Skiing

Cross country ski at the solar-powered Hope Valley Outdoor Center at Pickett’s Junction. Established by long-time South Lake Tahoe local, Joyce Coker (aka “the Pie Lady”) the off the grid yurt offers high voltage, human-powered fun.


ski patrol dog in snow

Free Avalanche Workshop at Squaw

January 17, 2018
    MountaineeringSkiing

When disaster strikes, be ready to be the one who saves your friend’s life, including your dog’s life.