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...

Tahoe-Truckee residents want renewable energy. Now, how do we get it?   Every seat was taken at the Town Council meeting in Truckee last November...

The exterior of the museum was designed with classic cars in mind, photo courtesy National Automobile Museum   Reno’s acclaimed National Automo...

Cascading water features highlight the outdoor spaces, photo by Vance Fox   Desire for a barrel-vaulted living room results in a spectacular Mart...

In November 1870, bandits pulled off the first train robbery in the American West   Frank Mitchell, a seasoned Wells Fargo guard, was hunkered do...

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,...

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 ...

The Greenwoods were attracted to the alpine valley’s abundance of open space and long views, photo courtesy Sierra Sotheby’s International Realt...

Photo by Clayton Boyd, courtesy The North Face   World-class Tahoe ultrarunner Rory Bosio driven by her love for the outdoors   In 2013, Tah...

Generally speaking, wild animals are not big on human interaction. It’s why photographers covet the rare, and often unexpected, opportunity to captu...

“A live concert to me is exciting because of all the electricity that is generated in the crowd and on stage. It’s my favorite part of the bus...

Truckee-based woodworker creates birdhouse replicas of landmark buildings   Arguably Tahoe’s most famous building, George Whittell Jr.’s Thun...

Hyatt’s signature restaurant pairs inviting lakefront location with delectable menu   Ah, the age-old-view-versus-food-quality conundrum. Seems...

Carson Pass south of Tahoe is rich with travel history, natural splendor and friendly mountain vibes   Named after famed Western frontiersman Kit...

Bucket-list adventure achieved: Climbing five fourteeners in a day   Perched on a narrow ledge, I lean out from the rocky mountain face to scan t...

Lake Tahoe Sailing Program a unique asset for watersports community   “This is a kid who can be on the water and be completely independent. He ...

Anyone who camped as a child remembers it well—the crackle of the campfire, the smells of the woods, the sense of freedom and adventure. These are t...

Founded in 1964, the Tahoe Art League continues to expand its offerings to the community   The South Shore is abuzz with everything art. From art...

The Summer issue Social Scene spread includes photos from two events: the 64th Annual North Lake Tahoe Community Awards Ceremony at Granlibakken R...

NORTH SHORE   CHRIS BANOVICH REMEMBERED Chef, ice-carver extraordinaire and Tahoe–Truckee local for nearly three decades, Chris “Bano” Bano...

Walking Truckee’s downtown is a stroll through a century and a half of history. Rail tracks that pioneered transcontinental travel hem in the south ...

It’s an old joke. At Lake Tahoe there are basically two seasons—winter and construction season. Born out of frustrated driving experiences for bot...

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One of the many benefits of living at Tahoe is the beautiful wildflower meadows. These alpine meadows appear in virtually every open area of our mount...

Placer miners continue to pan Sierra streams, gripped by the same gold fever that shaped California   James Dee and Keith Mullenix are sitting on...