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.”...

Inspired by the trullo hut design of fourteenth century Italy, the historic John Muir Memorial Shelter provides a remote launching point for an epic backcountry snowboarding adventure   Sitting on our gigantic backpacks, our shoulders feel like Celtic knots, painfully twisted. Ten hours of ski touring carrying...

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...

Tahoe native Karey Dodge revives the ancient craft of basket weaving   [caption id="attachment_11680" align="alignright" width="600"] Artist Karey Dodge has been weaving baskets since December 2017, courtesy photo[/caption] [caption id="attachment_11677" align="alignright" width="600"] A dreamcatcher is woven around a unique piece of wood, courtesy photo[/caption] [caption id="attachment_11685" align="alignright" width="600"] Careful...

After creating music from the serene setting of his Incline Village estate for more than three decades, rock star David Coverdale moved his operation to a new Reno studio—where his son is finding his own voice   [caption id="attachment_11662" align="alignright" width="600"] The spacious interior of the Coverdales’...

North America’s largest ski area is more accessible than ever for Tahoe skiers   [caption id="attachment_11627" align="alignright" width="600"] Whistler Blackcomb’s five terrain parks include tables, hips, rails, halfpipes and snowcross, photo by Stane Productions[/caption] Canada’s Whistler Blackcomb is epic. Just two hours’ drive north of Vancouver airport along...

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...

A younger breed of entrepreneurs are moving to the Lake Tahoe region, drawn by the famous scenery and quality of life   The outdoor playground that is Lake Tahoe is growing a more business-like profile alongside the skiing, tourism and crystal-clear water that make the lake world-renowned. ...

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