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. […]
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. […]
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. […]
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. […]
When you see these elite climbers in action, you get a taste of their endless pursuit of adventure. Tahoe Adventure Film Festival presents the 12th year of Reel Rock Film Tour at Lake Tahoe Community College Duke Theatre on November 15, 2017. […]
Join the Slow Rollers to celebrate our cycling community and Christmas Cheer. Gather at South Shore Bikes at noon, ride starts at 12:30 and heads to the American Legion on Highway 50. If you can’t do the bike ride, go the American Legion for the party – music, food and fun.
Bring an unwrapped toy to donate for the kids!
Spruce up your bike, put on your costume and ride with Slow Rollers. […]
Fall is one of our favorite times to spot the abundant Aspen groves surrounding Lake Tahoe. Now ablaze in gold, sprinkled with orange and red, it’s time to take a hike through our enchanting fall foliage landscapes and listen to the sounds of nature. […]
He just finished his 3-year bike tour around the world raising money for the Make a Wish Foundation.
Meet Rick Gunn, South Shore journalist and photographer. […]