Spring in Tahoe

Now we are talking Best skiing of the year
While it sure would have been nice to have seen all this white stuff come along about three months ago, now we are set up for some great skiing, even for those of us who love to cross country ski. While snow has been in...Read more
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Parades, Races, and Parties
Everybody in Tahoe City is pretty stoked to finally get a nice two foot dump of snow over the last few days, and this weekend, we can really celebrate in style with a few iconic Snowfest events and a gangbuster of a day at Tahoe...Read more
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Memorial Day Weekend! It’s Festival time!
After this past winter, any paragraph with the word summer in it is a welcome relief. So here it comes, a blog post about Memorial Day weekend: The unofficial start of summer in the Sierra. While the 4th of July is when things really start...Read more
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Ahh May! Month of Transition
On May 1st, I sat along the crystal clear, calm as glass edge of Lake Tahoe, and began to have visions of paddleboarding or kayaking. It’s been a long, hard winter, and 60 degrees felt pretty dang warm. There was just a boat or two...Read more
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The River has Risen
This past winter we experienced near record amounts of snow at Lake Tahoe, with a good dousing of rain thrown in. Tahoe’s lake level is now only a bit more than a foot below the legal limit of the lake, with a lot of snow...Read more
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Five Things to do in North Tahoe in April
While the snow is still deep in the high country, many ski areas are winding down with closing dates either the middle or end of April. With too much snow to hike and mountain bike in many places, but the ski areas closing, now what...Read more
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What a difference a year makes
Everyone knows Lake Tahoe’s level has been rising rapidly this winter thanks to the copious quantities of snow and rain that we have received. But I’ve been too busy shoveling and skiing to go down to the lake shore to take a gander until now,...Read more
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Spring Skiing
This winter it has seemed like we’ve spent more time shoveling than skiing, so it is pretty dang nice to have experienced the past few weeks of warm sunny weather. All that sunshine not only shrinks the pile of snow on our roofs and decks...Read more
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LUNAFEST Tahoe
Head to the Tahoe Art Haus in The Cobblestone in Tahoe City on March 9th for LUNAFEST: nine short films designed to compel discussion, make you laugh and tug at your heartstrings. While the film’s content is diverse, the common thread is they are by,...Read more
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Blackwood is Open
One of the finest places to ride a road bike in North Lake Tahoe is the seven mile road to the top of Barker Pass through Blackwood Canyon. It travels past aspen groves and wildflower dotted meadows, before beginning a five mile climb to the...Read more
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