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  • Tahoe Powder | New ski & snowboard magazine debuts

    By The Weekly on July 23, 2014
    Tahoe Powder ski & snowboard magazine debuts in November at the SnowBomb Festivals for the 2014-2015 winter season covering the Lake Tahoe & Truckee ski & snowboard scene – downhill, back country, cross country, snowmobiling, food & wine, nightlight and much more.
  • July 24-30 issue on stands now

    By The Weekly on July 23, 2014
    Mike Miller of the Gravity Shop enjoys some rocky terrain mountain biking on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe. How do you spend “Your Tahoe Time?” Tag your photos @TheTahoeWeekly and #tahoetime and we’ll share your photos in The Weekly. Photography by Matt Bansak, MattBansak.com.    PHOTOGRAPHER PROFILE  |  MATT BANSAK Matt Bansak is a Web designer and photographer with […]
  • On the Tahoe Rim Trail | Go play in the woods

    By Tim Hauserman on July 23, 2014
    Story & photos by Tim Hauserman  · The 165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail has become a highlight of life in the Tahoe region. Hike the entire trail and you will walk through deep forests, pass sparkling lakes, and climb over starkly beautiful alpine passes. And, the TRT is a circle, so as you walk you can look out over the lake […]
  • Tahoe Time | North Shore’s scenic bike trails

    By Tim Hauserman on July 23, 2014
    Story & photos by Tim Hauserman  ·   The trail along the Truckee River is one of the region’s most scenic.  · North Tahoe is blessed with an extensive network of bike trails. Whether you are spinning along the Truckee River or riding next to the lakeshore, the trails are easy to ride and a great way to get around. […]
  • The strange tale of Charley Parkhurst

    By Mark McLaughlin on July 23, 2014
    By Mark McLaughlin  ·   Charley Parkhurst at the reigns of a stagecoach.  · Stagecoach companies were big business during the Comstock’s heady years of massive silver production. One of the most successful lines was the Pioneer Stage Company. The Pioneer Stage route followed the old trail between Placerville past South Lake Tahoe, to Genoa, Nev. The company maintained 12 […]
  • Fourth of July remembrances

    By Warren Miller on July 23, 2014
    By Warren Miller  ·   In 1776, our founding fathers, wearing those funny-looking, white knickers and white, powdered wigs to match, were collectively smart enough to write a document that gives every American citizen amazing freedoms. However, as we all know, freedom is not free. It comes with a lot of hard work and dedication. On Dec. 7, 1941 the […]
  • July 17-23 issue on stands now

    By The Weekly on July 16, 2014
    Wanderlust brings four days of yoga and music to the mountains in Olympic Valley from July 17 to 20 featuring teachers, performers, spiritual guides and musicians from around the globe. Photography courtesy Squaw.com. 
  • Spiritual journey | Wanderlust brings yoga to the Sierra

    By Tim Hauserman on July 16, 2014
    By Tim Hauserman  |  All photos provided by Wanderlust Squaw Valley  ·     Courtesy Wanderlust Squaw Valley  · The Wanderlust Festival returns to its birthplace at Squaw Valley from July 17 to 20. The annual event attracts thousands who come to enjoy some of the world’s greatest yoga teachers, an impressive lineup of musical acts, interesting and thought-provoking speakers, […]
  • Tahoe Time | Mastering the cast with SheJumps

    By Jenn Sheridan on July 16, 2014
    Story by Jenn Sheridan  |  Photos by Meghan Kelly  ·   SheJumps hosts a fly-fishing clinic at Sawmill Lake.  ·   There’s nothing quite like spending a sunny afternoon next to a clear blue lake, watching trout splash the surface of the water as you fool-heartedly try to untangle your fishing gear from the branches of a tree on the […]
  • Summit Canyon | A trail to history, Part II

    By Mark McLaughlin on July 16, 2014
    By Mark McLaughlin  ·   Remains of the Dutch Flat road may be seen on the Summit Canyon trail.  ·   Editor’s Note: Part I may be found at TheTahoeWeekly.com. The original Donner Pass on historic Highway 40 is arguably one of the most significant square miles in the United States. Its legacy encompasses Native American travel and trade, pre-Gold […]