Shaun Palmer, Snowboard Icon still on Top
He has nine Winter X Games gold medals in four different disciplines, six in snowboardcross, and was also the 2001 ESPY Action Sports Athlete of the Year. Meet Shaun Palmer, […]
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Martin Hollay and a Lifetime of Skiing and Glove Making
South Shore ski legend and glove maker, Martin Hollay, turns 101 with celebration at Tahoe’s SNOW Sports Museum […]
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Skiers and snowboarders worth their salt have certainly descended an expert-rated run, naked, while simultaneously talking on a cell phone with their mom; however, this act has rarely been captured […]
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Getting Lost in a Winter Wonderland by Robert Frohlich
“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. […]
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Tahoe Nordic Search And Rescue
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. […]
Geoff Clarke, Sustainable Mountaineer
His obsession with backcountry skiing and adventure all started at age eight. He’d hike up Hobbit Hill in South Lake Tahoe with his dog, Sugar, and ski down. […]
The Ski Bum Life by Gary Bell
Someone asked me the other day if I was a ski bum. This was a question that had me standing there going, “huh well uh.” […]
Taylor Creek Ablaze with Color and Wildlife
This is truly one of Lake Tahoe’s finest hours. If you haven’t been to Taylor Creek in South Lake Tahoe to watch the running of the Kokanee salmon, bears fishing […]
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They’re here. PCT Thru-Hikers. What a Trip.
You’ve probably seen them lately. Huge backpacks. Shoes dangling. In need of a shower; a place to stay for the night.
And a glimmer in their eye that no one can possibly understand unless you’ve done it.
PCT Thru-Hikers; those hearty hikers who have been walking from Mexico as they keep on keeping on to the Canadian border.
If you see them hitchhiking, please give them a ride to the PCT trailhead. They really really want to get back out there. […]
South Lake Tahoe Yacht Club
Chartered in 1961 as the “Boat Club”, the name was changed to the “South Lake Tahoe Yacht Club” in 1978. […]
Birding at Lake Tahoe with TINS
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 […]
Tahoe Keepers Stop the Spread of Aquatic Invaders
Protect your favorite place. Protect your favorite pastime.
Become a Tahoe Keeper and help protect Lake Tahoe from aquatic invasive species (AIS) that can ruin our pristine waters and gear. […]
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