Like many boys his age, a young Bud Anderson would run through his yard with a toy airplane held high over his head, dreaming of flying around the clo...

The Truckee River runs like a phantom through downtown Truckee. Walled off by warehouses, shops and riverside homes, it is only occasionally glimpsed ...

As the world emerges into new phases of living with the COVID-19 pandemic, people are going to need places like Tahoe. Alongside the orders to stay at...

Mirroring national trends, the history of golf at Lake Tahoe can be traced to a series of popularity booms in the industry...

The sight of Lake Tahoe’s blue water shimmering in the sun has been known to stop onlookers in their tracks, staring in amazement at the natural spe...

Certain home projects lend themselves to clever names. For the crew at Mark Tanner Construction, a fitting moniker developed as they brought to life a...

Anyone who was in the Tahoe region in August 2019 saw butterflies—lots of them. Insects are good at capitalizing on favorable weather and food avail...

There are two versions of Ty Cobb at Lake Tahoe. Two stories representing each are set against wild weather events at his East Shore cabin near Cav...

The Tahoe-Pyramid Trail provides a unique opportunity to enjoy the Truckee River in its 114-mile journey from mountains to desert...

It all happened so fast. As the highly contagious COVID-19 rapidly escalated from new virus to global pandemic, the fallout was swift and unprecede...

The Spanish flu hit the young railroad town particularly hard during the snowy winter of 1918-19   In the Iliad, the ancient Greek poet Homer des...

Sometimes it’s not about the destinations we visit so much as the in-between places along the way—even when those places are in the middle of nowh...

The Palisades at Squaw Valley features prefabricated residences designed to delight   Designing the perfect home can be a difficult and stressful...

Since Lake Tahoe’s circumnavigating trail officially opened in 2001—after 17 years of work and more than 200,000 volunteer hours—the Tahoe Rim T...

TQ’s Best of Tahoe Photo Contest has never been more competitive. This year we received over 170 images over a three-week span, with dozens of award...

Paul Johansen walks past stone of almost every conceivable shape, size and texture. Slabs of granite as heavy as compact cars, plate-like panels of qu...

In September 2013, I planned to paddle around Lake Tahoe the classy way. Along with Amie Engerbretson and Lauren Bobowski, we arranged to take our tim...

Each summer, thousands of eager hikers flock to Desolation Wilderness, focused on reaching the area’s sparkling lakes and granite peaks. But along o...

“Tahoe ain’t what it used to be back in ‘The Day.’” It’s a refrain I’ve heard from longtime locals since almost the day The Day ended (s...

Karmic returns were never our intention setting out on our annual Pacific Crest Trail serenade. After several exhausting hours zig-zagging and sloggin...

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