One of Tahoe’s most successful photographers, Keoki Flagg continues to redefine possibility with his camera   [caption id="attachment_12128" align="alignright" width="539"] Keoki Flagg stands by his award-winning, 16-foot-tall Holden’s Line, a seamless image shot on film and created from four different 35-millimeter frames, each shot with a 600-millimeter...

A rowdy decade of snow volatility comes to a close in Tahoe   When groups of snow lovers wax poetic on the pros and cons of Tahoe, certain threads are so common they have become cliché. “It rains a lot.” “Weekend lift lines are a joke.”...

While the concept of residing nomadically in a home on wheels is far from new, the trend is gaining steam in Tahoe as housing costs continue to rise   For some, home is signaled by the jingle of keys and familiar creek of that old wooden front...

There’s something magical about trees after a walloping winter storm. Draped in thick coats of fresh powder, their branches delicately shouldering the weight, these centuries-old specimens stand as beacons of grittiness and survival, defiantly rooted in place winter after harsh winter. Snow transforms their appearance...

Orland Bartholomew’s three-month solo ski traverse of the Sierra Nevada was an improbable, groundbreaking feat that was nearly lost to history—today, it still inspires new generations of adventurous Sierra Nevada skiers   [caption id="attachment_11265" align="alignleft" width="234"] Orland Bartholomew[/caption] When Orland Bartholomew pushed off his rake-handle ski poles and...

The Tahoe snowboarder brought style and progression to the young sport during a scintillating career that ended too soon   [caption id="attachment_11103" align="alignright" width="538"] Salasnek in the Donner Summit backcountry, photo by Aaron Sedway[/caption] In the early 1990s, acclaimed cinematographer and former pro skier Tom Day found himself...

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