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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. […]

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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. […]

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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. […]

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Hilaree O’Neill at Squaw Feb 8

January 6, 2018
    OutsideMountaineeringSkiing

Join professional ski mountaineer, Hilaree Nelson O’Neill, on February 8th at Olympic Valley Lodge at 7pm, as she recounts the wildest and most daring winter of her life.  […]

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wooden boats on lake tahoe

Concours d’Elegance August

January 5, 2018
    Water Sports

Exotic wooden boats mark our nautical history in style especially during this favorite event where you can drool over 70 of the finest and rarest wooden boats in the world. […]

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scuba in emerald bay

Did you know…Lake Tahoe has an Underwater State Park?

January 4, 2018
    HistoryWater Sports

Why would anyone scuba dive in Lake Tahoe?

There’s nothing to see – right?

Wrong. […]

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Sugar Pine Forest Tahoe Culture

Sugar Pine Plantings

January 3, 2018
    Outside

One of our favorite local foundations, the Sugar Pine Foundation, plants healthy, fungus-resistant sugar pines – with your help. […]

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Volunteer for Annual Bald Eagle Count

January 2, 2018
    Outside

As part of a national survey effort monitoring the recovery of Bald Eagle populations, the Tahoe Institute for Natural Science (TINS) looks for volunteers to assist with the annual Mid-winter Bald Eagle Count each January. […]

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Tahoe Culture

Dirtbag The Life of Fred Beckey Jan 6

January 1, 2018
    Mountaineering

Climbing legend Fred Beckey – and friend of Lake Tahoe, will be the star Saturday, Jan. 6, in a feature film shown at MontBleu starting at 7 pm. […]

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Adrian Ballonger at Squaw Valley Tahoe Culture

Adrian Ballinger at Squaw Dec 7

December 1, 2017
    Mountaineering

Don’t miss Ballinger’s story about his unforgettable 43-hour summit push up Mt. Everest without supplemental oxygen on December 7th at Olympic Valley Lodge as part of the Alpenglow Winter Speaker Series.  […]

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female ice skater

1960 Olympic Winter Games Museum

November 20, 2017
    HistorySkiing

On Thursday, February 18, 1960, under storm-threatening skies, the greatest winter athletes in the world gathered in Squaw Valley. […]

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Tahoe Ghost Ships at Tahoe Maritime Museum

November 1, 2017
    HistoryWater Sports

Discover the treasures lost beneath the surface of Lake Tahoe at the Tahoe Maritime Museum during “Ghost Ships,” a new exhibit featuring boats that sank in Lake Tahoe. […]

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