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The rest of February Lots of fun stuff to do
While skiers and snowboarders would prefer more snow, there are still plenty of fun things to do in Tahoe the rest of February. Here are ten suggestions: Alpenglow Winter Mountain Festival: Nine days of activities centered on human powered winter recreation. February 17-25. The full...Read more
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Siren Arts Proposed Art Center for Tahoe City
The North Tahoe Fire Protection District moved out of it’s lakeside fire station above the Commons Beach in Tahoe City in 2011. Since that time the large gray building has remained unoccupied. Several attempts have been made over the years to focus in on what...Read more
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Snow…finally comes to Lake Tahoe
We were having one of those winters. No, not one of those winters like last year where we had so much snow we didn’t know what to do with it. More like one of THOSE winters from three years ago, when it seemed like the...Read more
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Go high young man or woman
This has not exactly been a great winter for Tahoe area cross country skiers and snowshoers. While storms have been bringing snow to the highest elevations, around lake level it’s been pretty much all rain. But there is plenty of snow and plenty of fun...Read more
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The Power of Trees Incense Cedar
There are lots of amazing things to catch your eye while out on a hike around Tahoe: the majesty of the lake itself of course, the lofty peaks rising high above Tahoe’s shore or the winding course of babbling streams, but it’s also inspiring to...Read more
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The Tahoe Film Festival will bring twenty-three full length films to the Incline Village and Northstar Cinemas between December 1-4. The Festival, which supports SWEP, the Sierra Watershed Education Partnerships, is focused on films about the environment as well as award winning independent films covering...Read more
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Hiking in Sugar Pine Point State Park
While snow has covered the upper reaches of the Sierra, at lake level we got just a dusting from the last storm. I made some lemonade out of that lack of snow by heading down to Sugar Pine Point for a hike along the lake...Read more
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Smoke on the Water
Since the first few smaller winter storms are now under our belt, it’s time to move from road construction season to controlled burn season. In an effort to reduce the potential for a catastrophic fire in the Tahoe region, a slew of government land managers...Read more
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Scarecrows
Every year Tahoe City shows it’s fall colors not only with its vibrant red maple trees lining the streets, and of course with the lovely October weather, but with a host of scary scarecrows tucked into many corners along North Lake Blvd. The scarecrows are...Read more
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Twenty ways to enjoy Tahoe before the snow flies
Mountain bike the Burton Creek State Park/Tahoe Cross Country trails for fall colors Check out the Taylor Creek Kokanee Salmon hiking trail and profile chamber Hike into Desolation Wilderness, which actually lives up to it’s name in the off-season Ride through the aspen trees to...Read more
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