The Tahoe Wildflower Big Year (TWBY) celebrates the hundreds of plant species that make the Tahoe region their home. Many events and activities are planned, including guided wildflower outings, workshops and talks on a variety of topics such as wildflower ID, photography, gardening with natives, pollinators, and more.
Enjoy an evening of culinary delights, delectable wines and live music as you dine alfresco at the 5th Annual Farm to Table Dinner on Saturday, May 28, 2016 in Squaw Valley.
Presented by the Squaw Valley Institute (SVI) and powered by MTN ROOTS food truck, this popular annual culinary event is taking place in partnership with Squaw Valley/Alpine Meadows during the 4th Annual Made In Tahoe Festival.
Rubicon Point Lighthouse.
Elevation 6,580 ft.
It’s not easy to spot, especially since it has been out of commission for over 80 years, and it doesn’t look like a lighthouse.
But, it’s well worth the short hike in D.L. Bliss State Park on the west shore to see this historic piece of Tahoe’s early mariner days.
This is so much fun for little kids, beach cruisers and racers. Celebrate Tahoe bike culture at the 2nd Annual Tahoe Games Bike Night Series that kicks off at Lake Tahoe Golf Course on Friday, May 27th. This series of 5 races will be hosted on the last Friday night of every month through September.
These family-friendly x-country night bike races feature a custom illuminated course that runs through the Lake Tahoe Golf Course, over fairways, into the rough, through sand traps and over bridges with the occasional cart path. The course is approximately 3 miles per lap, with most classes riding 2 laps. See you there! Read more
Celebrate Tahoe arts and mountain culture with local arts, local products, food, and music at the Made in Tahoe Festival at Squaw.
The two-day festival takes place on Saturday-Sunday, May 28-29, 2016, and includes local artisans, businesses, organizations and a community stage with live performances by artists, storytellers, writers or presentations. Read more