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One local’s quest to reinvent surfing, skiing, soaring and history   Craig Beck doesn’t dabble in hobbies. When the longtime Tahoe local gets...

Truckee Olympian Katerina Nash has achieved much success since her youth in communist Czechoslovakia   To be clear, Katerina Nash is not defendin...

Nevada Museum of Art exhibition traces the history and evolution of Burning Man   Among the tens of thousands of diehard “Burners” stretching...

Nearly a decade after his discovery, the lone wolverine near Tahoe remains an unsolved mystery   On a cold February day in 2008, then-graduate st...

“Practically speaking, a life that is vowed to simplicity, appropriate boldness, good humor, gratitude, unstinting work and play, and lots of walkin...

World travels—from Asia to Africa to South America—reveal a wide array of culinary concoctions   When my husband, Tom, and I started planning...

Sponsored Content   My favorite areas to fly fish on a lake or pond are tributaries—where rivers or streams enter the still water. This article...

How an unlikely makeshift venue in Kings Beach attracted some of the biggest San Francisco rock bands of the psychedelic era   Lake Tahoe is many...

“There is a Paiute proverb to the effect that no man should attempt the country east of the Sierras until he has learned to sleep in the shade of hi...

Scratching a summer itch to shred at Nevada’s Sand Mountain Recreation Area   It’s mid-August, there’s not a snowflake in sight, but once a...

Like the precious metal that once lured eager prospectors, the Lost Sierra contains miles of prime singletrack waiting to be discovered   We were...

Among the more popular destinations around Lake Tahoe is Eagle Falls. And for good reason. Located on the southwest shore, a short hike from a bustlin...

European flavor meets California style with this unique home at the base of Sugar Bowl   In this age of dazzling mountain architecture, an increa...

Christy Hill Lakeside Bistro serves sophisticated Modern American cuisine in a stunning Tahoe setting   It seems like all Tahoe roads somehow lea...

Incline Village artist uses watercolors for realistic landscapes   Maximizing the translucent yet vibrant properties of watercolors, artist Lisa ...

Hundreds of miles of trails—from rough and rocky singletracks traversing high alpine ridges, to smooth, flowing trails wandering through cool, shade...

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A full slate of development projects primed and ready for Truckee and Lake Tahoe’s North Shore will have a transformational impact should they be bu...

The banging of hammers and the deep, low hum of heavy machinery are echoing over the South Shore. Three major development and redevelopment projects a...

The jarring beep of an alarm clock holds its own among the most obnoxious sounds on earth, particularly at 4:30 a.m. on a Monday. But the rude wakeup ...

Sponsored Content   There is boating, and then there is boating on Lake Tahoe. June through September, locals and visitors take to the lane-less wate...

Historic winter snowpack presents challenges for those in charge of releasing water from Lake Tahoe   The Truckee River is a place of refuge for ...

In March, Tahoe Quarterly opened our Facebook page to our loyal readers for our fifth annual photo contest. We asked for photos in seven categories—...

Beloved San Francisco Giants broadcaster relishing life in spite of debilitating disease   “We love it here,” says Mike Krukow, his ...

While Yosemite reigns supreme in the annals of rock climbing, the Tahoe area boasts a rich history of its own   With Yosemite as its epicenter, t...