In the grand natural arboretum of the Sierra Nevada, one of its hardiest and most underrated specimens stands as an enduring testament of time   [caption id="attachment_10646" align="alignright" width="600"] A twisted Sierra juniper on Carson Pass, photo by Tom Knudson[/caption] What I remember most about that hike near...

Paddleboarding’s growth owes much to a group of avid Tahoe paddlers who saw the potential in a young sport   Lake Tahoe was looking more like an ocean. Mid-May, an inevitable late-season system was about to hit the Sierra Nevada. Temperatures plummeted below freezing. Westerly winds blew...

A longtime Tahoe resident and concentration camp survivor is selflessly giving away her fortune to benefit the community   [caption id="attachment_10531" align="alignright" width="400"] Maloff is known as the "Angel of Tahoe" for her generosity, photo by Angie Hall[/caption] The Angel of Tahoe is seated on her sofa with...

To be a Tahoe dog is to live a charmed life. After all, their “backyard” is a fun-filled wonderland with endless opportunities for exercise and adventure, from dock leaps to snow romps, forested trail runs to paddleboard rides atop the lake’s crisp, clear water. Photos...

The greater Lake Tahoe region is experiencing a trails renaissance that’s been a long time coming   Ladies and gentlemen, fellow outdoor enthusiasts, members of the Singletrack Nation… From Lake Tahoe’s South Shore to its North, East and West shores, from Donner Summit to the Lost Sierra...

Local groups join forces in an effort to purchase the scenic property and home of Squaw Valley’s founding family   Situated on the threshold where forest meets meadow in Olympic Valley, a 5,435-square-foot home faces west on 30 acres of land. Squaw Creek meanders through the property,...

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