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The Outdoors

  • Tahoe Powder Winter 2016-17

    By The Weekly on November 30, 2016
    The Tahoe Sierra’s only ski & snowboard magazine There are many sides to enjoying winter in the Tahoe Sierra and Tahoe Powder magazine explores Tahoe’s winter lifestyle – skiing & snowboarding, Nordic & snowmobiling, locals and pros, nightlife, food & wine, events & entertainment.
  • Tahoe Music & Festivals · Winter Edition Dec. 1-March 31

    By Priya Hutner on November 30, 2016
    It’s white out. As we continue our snow dances throughout the season, we are excited for another winter to play. In Tahoe, it’s ski by day and play by night. There are plenty of events this winter to entertain and beckon us to get out and dance, laugh and open our hearts. LIVE MUSIC Nevada Chamber Music Festival Dec. 26-Jan […]
  • The best skier you’ve never heard of

    By The Weekly on November 30, 2016
    The snow that’s falling is wet and heavy, even by Lake Tahoe standards. I do my best to keep my back to the storm and keep my gloves under my jacket, but with each passing minute the goal of staying dry becomes more and more hopeless. It’s pounding snow, the wind is steady and as I hold my place in […]
  • Tina Lensing

    By Tim Hauserman on November 30, 2016
    Truckee resident Tina Lensing has published an adult coloring book, “Change Your Mood by Changing Your Color.” The book is designed as a coaching tool for women to learn to be more present, mindful and empowered. It’s a dream that became a reality for Lensing, who after 10 years in social work, much of it helping veterans, has recently opened […]
  • The Sierra’s Snowiest Winter

    By Mark McLaughlin on November 30, 2016
    Drought-busting seasons come along every so often (we could use one now), but even after 110 years, the epic winter of 1906-07 continues to reign as the snowiest on record in the Sierra Nevada. Powerful Pacific storms that year buried elevations above 8,000 feet with a snowpack that averaged 30 feet deep. California established its greatest seasonal snowfall total of […]
  • Not your average film fest

    By The Weekly on November 30, 2016
    The 2016 Tahoe Adventure Film Festival debuts at its birthplace in South Lake Tahoe, on Dec. 10, at MontBleu Resort Casino and Spa. Films will begin at 7:30 p.m. Marking 14 years of adventure sports cinematography and culture, Tahoe Adventure Film Festival is the annual gathering of who’s who in outdoor adventure. The industry’s best filmmakers premier their latest adventure sports films […]
  • Downhill Ski Guide · Winter 2016-17

    By Priya Hutner on November 16, 2016
    There’s a tangible excitement in the air; the kind that comes with knowing soon it will be time to boot up. Skis and boards are being tuned and the nights are cold. A number of resorts are offering new adventures, clinics, special events and amenities that make Tahoe one of the most wonderful winter playgrounds. Each mountain is unique and […]
  • Touring Tahoe Meadows · The season’s first ski

    By Tim Hauserman on November 16, 2016
    My first cross-country ski of the year is almost always a tour across Tahoe Meadows and up through the forest to Chickadee Ridge overlooking Lake Tahoe. The views are certainly spectacular, but the real reason this ski usually captures first place is because at 8,500 feet in elevation, it gets snow when it is still raining at lake level. On […]
  • Lt. Jeff Clark & Suja

    By Kayla Anderson on November 16, 2016
    If you went to the Reno Rodeo, Incline Village’s Red, White and Tahoe Blue parade, Hot August Nights or the Nugget Rib Cook-Off in Sparks, you may have seen the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Mounted Horse Unit. These four-legged friends have made their debut in North Lake Tahoe this year with help from Incline Village Substation’s Lt. Jeff Clark. Lt. […]
  • Typhoon Freda washed out World Series

    By Mark McLaughlin on November 16, 2016
    October, the month when baseball fever is at its peak, is usually one of the driest times of the year in California. This year, however, the Tahoe Sierra was pounded by moisture-laden atmospheric rivers that dumped near-record amounts of rain on the region. It was a nice dose of medicine for our drought-stricken lakes, streams and reservoirs. The Golden State […]