Spring in Tahoe

Secret Beach Hideaways
Lake Tahoe has it’s famous and glitzy beaches of course. It’s hard to beat the silky sand, luscious green meets blue water, and giant boulders that you will find at Sand Harbor, or DL Bliss State Park. But Tahoe also has a number of hidden...Read more
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It’s frog time
(Photo: Page Meadows later in the spring once the flowers arrive) It happens every spring. In the still ponds behind the beaver dams at Antone Meadows, as the snow melts in the soggy puddles of Page Meadows, or even in the pond at The Tahoe...Read more
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The Tahoe City Cross
High above Tahoe City a large white cross can be seen at the top of the ridge. It has been sitting in a level opening with a panoramic view of Tahoe City and Lake Tahoe for over one hundred years. For as long as I...Read more
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Tahoe Environmental Research Center
Lake Tahoe is one of the deepest and most beautiful lakes in the world. Would you like to find out more about the science of this unique and complicated place? Then head on over to the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center in Incline Village,...Read more
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When we explore Lake Tahoe’s natural surroundings our minds and eyes tend to focus on the big things: All that delicious blue water reaching into the distance. The impressive canyons and mountain peaks which drop to the edge of the water. The enormous sugar pines...Read more
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Rafting the Truckee River has been a summertime must do for people visiting Tahoe for over 35 years. The four mile journey to the River Ranch is always a good time whether you are relaxing through a gentle float, attempting to soak some complete stranger...Read more
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Summertime in Tahoe City means lots of things…getting out on the lake, getting into the lake, getting into the woods, and getting into the music at the Concerts on The Commons. Every summer Sunday afternoon The Commons Beach, in the heart of the Tahoe City,...Read more
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My most productive time to work on a first draft is just before the dawn. The quiet softness of early morn rousts me from slumber and a slow drift to the computer. My mind, not yet fully awake, makes no judgements about the quality of...Read more
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Snow Pack History
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Last year’s inaugural Lake Tahoe Ironman was a spectacular event. The athletes had to suffer through a 2.5 mile swim in freezing temperatures, a 112 mile bike ride with some hellacious climbs, and then, just to polish off the day, run a marathon. While for...Read more
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