Aaron Fleenor flips off a bridge over the Yuba River, photo by Ryan Salm   In Tahoe and beyond, the adrenaline-inducing sport of cliff jumping is gaining steam   A granite cliff as high as a 10-story building falls away beneath my feet to the shimmering blue of Lake...

The exterior of the museum was designed with classic cars in mind, photo courtesy National Automobile Museum   Reno’s acclaimed National Automobile Museum shines thanks to an avid collector and a generous gift   “Few material things have been as important to America as the automobile. The manufacture of...

After a 17-year playing career and stints as a manager and TV analyst, Williams is back on the field, now as a third base coach for the Oakland A’s, photo by Michael Zagaris, courtesy Oakland A’s   Former Carson High and San Francisco Giants star Matt Williams returns...

Virtually frozen in time, this former stagecoach stop and fabled fishing lake is both a reminder of the Sierra Nevada’s past and a harbinger of its environmental future   For decades the only things that escaped the gates of Webber Lake were stories and legends—whispers of rainbow...

Photo by Clayton Boyd, courtesy The North Face   World-class Tahoe ultrarunner Rory Bosio driven by her love for the outdoors   In 2013, Tahoe City native Rory Bosio crossed the finish of her first Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc in Chamonix, France, with a relieved smile spread across her sweaty...

Generally speaking, wild animals are not big on human interaction. It’s why photographers covet the rare, and often unexpected, opportunity to capture these elusive creatures from behind the lens. But they are out there, roaming the rugged lands and ruling the open skies over Lake...

In March, we opened Tahoe Quarterly’s Facebook page to our loyal readers for the sixth annual photo contest. We asked for photos in seven categories—Landscape, Kids, Pets, Instagram, Black and White, Wildlife and Sports—and over 200 submissions poured in. Taking into account the number of...