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  • 2016 Tahoe-Reno Golf Guide

    By Jenn Sheridan on May 11, 2016
    The days are warming and soon the golf courses of Tahoe and Reno will be lush, green and ready for a summer of swinging clubs. This region offers a variety of courses from the infamous greens of Edgewood in South Lake Tahoe to the rolling hills of Northstar, the community feel of Ponderosa in Truckee or the off-the-beaten-path adventure of […]
  • Explore Lost Sierra on electric bikes

    By The Weekly on May 11, 2016
    I have seen the future of biking, and it is good. That kept running through my head all afternoon while I was ripping around the trails at the Eco Bike Adventures center with Tahoe Weekly’s Anne Artoux. In all honesty, I don’t know if electric bikes are the wave of the future or not. What I can say is that […]
  • Protecting nature’s dam builders · Sherry Guzzi

    By Tim Hauserman on May 11, 2016
    Last summer I noticed that a beaver dam had been constructed across the Truckee River above the River Ranch rapids (visit TheTahoeWeekly.com for the story). While much of the river downstream of Fanny Bridge was just bare dirt or shallow mucky pools, the dam had created a deep pool for about a half mile upstream. It was the only place […]
  • Fight of the Century, Part I  

    By Mark McLaughlin on May 11, 2016
    Nevada boxing promoters proclaimed it the “Fight of the Century.” The highly touted 1897 bout between America’s reigning heavyweight champion “Gentleman Jim” Corbett, and lanky Australian challenger Robert Fitzsimmons promised to bring a much-needed economic boost to the Reno and Carson City economies. Both communities were suffering from a 20-year financial depression due to the decline of Virginia City’s Comstock […]
  • Spring getaway to Nakoma

    By Katherine Hill on May 11, 2016
      Nestled among the pines of the Lost Sierra is an architectural marvel at Nakoma Resort. The Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Clubhouse emerges as a centerpiece to the all-season resort featuring the challenging course at The Dragon, the Wigwam Dining Room, spa and fitness facilities, and outdoor adventure just outside the door. Wright conceived the architectural concept for the Nakoma Clubhouse […]
  • Warm water contributes to decline in clarity

    By The Weekly on May 11, 2016
    Clarity levels at Lake Tahoe in 2015 declined in both summer and winter, due in part to warmer waters, according to researchers at the University of California, Davis, who have studied the lake for the last half-century. Courtesy TERC Data released recently by the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency reported the average annual […]
  • Tahoe Donner to purchase Crabtree Canyon

    By The Weekly on May 11, 2016
    The Tahoe Donner Association has finalized an agreement with the Truckee Donner Land Trust to move forward with the acquisition of a 640-acre parcel of land containing a portion of Carpenter Valley and the ridge adjacent to Tahoe Donner’s existing 7,000-plus acres.   A corn lily in bloom next to one of Carpenter Valley’s many springs. | Tony Mendoza, courtesy […]
  • Tahoe Music & Festivals Guide – Spring 2016

    By The Weekly on April 6, 2016
    Check out the digital edition of the Tahoe Music & Festivals Guide – Spring 2016
  • How to ski for free (or cheap) this spring

    By Jenn Sheridan on April 6, 2016
      Winter’s not over yet; but if you didn’t purchase a season pass you might be missing out on some of the best skiing of the season. Tahoe is known for warm, sunny days on the hill with snow lasting well into May in average snowfall years. The savvy skier or rider will know how to save money and keep […]
  • Explore Carson’s mountain bike trails

    By Tim Hauserman on April 6, 2016
    The ski season is melting away, but not fast enough for many mountain bikers and hikers who are chomping at the bit to get out on the trails around Lake Tahoe. But snows will still be covering our favorite trails Tahoe trails for awhile longer, so what’s a biker to do? Drive just an hour to Carson City, where a […]