One of snowboarding’s top talents, Truckee’s Danny Davis is looking ahead to a future outside the pipe   Danny Davis, photo by Gabe L’Heur...

After narrowly missing the podium in 2014, South Shore gold medalist Hannah Teter is poised for redemption     Hannah Teter has made a house...

The pros and cons of a future Reno–Tahoe Winter Games   It’s a local myth that Tahoe’s development boom of the 1960s and ’70s—which rad...

Quintet of Tahoe-trained Nordic ski racers gunning for Winter Olympics   Tahoe athletes have achieved much success in Winter Olympics competition...

Reno gold medalist halfpipe skier balances Olympic aspirations with fatherhood     David Wise ascends high into the air, gripping his crosse...

Squaw Valley downhill specialist has high hopes entering his second Olympic season   U.S. coach John McBride uses terms like “compact aerodynam...

South Lake Tahoe native Maddie Bowman enters this Olympic season as the skier to beat in the women’s halfpipe   Bowman reacts after winning a g...

Tahoe Olympians discuss ski and snowboard venues ahead of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics   Brita Sigourney doesn’t mince words. “Sochi was t...

Decorated South Shore snowboarder Jamie Anderson carries her laid-back vibe—and immense skills—into this Olympic season   Jamie Anderson slid...

Historic Homewood cottages blend mid-century sensibility with fresh Tahoe vibe   Characterized by its stately demeanor, the bald eagle is dressed...

A decade after retiring from alpine ski racing, Truckee’s Daron Rahlves is still pursuing fresh adventures   Daron Rahlves, photo by Darren...

A roof collapse last winter triggers interest in Mount Rose’s funky old lodge   Rosemount Lodge in winter 1957, photo courtesy the Vonderheide ...

Known more for its world-class skiing and snowboarding, Tahoe’s terrain is also ideal for extreme sledders     Lake Tahoe is a winter spor...

Tahoe’s renowned winter season attracts diehard skiers and snowboarders from far and wide. They come for the deep snow, top-shelf terrain, sun-splas...

A mapmaker creates worlds from wood   Growing up in the pre-GPS era, Joe Inabinett navigated to towns outside his Washington D.C. home relying on...

Sir Edmund Hillary, the famed adventurer who first summited Mount Everest, once said, “It is not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves.” People w...

We all know someone who’s notorious for giving bad gifts. Well, there’s no need to be that person, especially with TQ’s holiday gift guide. We h...

  NORTH SHORE SUKO YAMA SUSHI 1850 Village South Rd. #52 Olympic Valley, CA (530) 584-0110 www.squawalpine.com Vanessa and Richard Fielder, who o...

Tahoe Quarterly’s inaugural Social Scene spread includes photos from four events: TQ’s Ski & Ride issue release party, Sample the Sier...

FOOD FEST WINNERS The 32nd Lake Tahoe Autumn Food & Wine Festival, held at the Village at Northstar, saw Martis Camp take best food and beverage p...

It’s been three decades since Steve McKinney’s last record-setting run, but the speed skier’s legend lives on   “I discovered the middle ...

Tahoe’s slopes were hallowed terrain during the height of ski and snowboard filmmaking   Mecca, as defined by Merriam-Webster, is “a place re...

Wolfdale’s Cuisine Unique still going strong at 40   Forty years is a long time. In restaurant years, it’s a rare dish, well done. Wolfdale...

Tahoe’s second-generation skiers are making their own mark with help from their folks   This winter, if lucky, you might see Warren Miller skie...

Longtime sculptor counts snow as one of his many mediums   Ira Kessey, photo by Ron Richman   Ira Kessey is a busy man. In his studio in Tah...