Keep Tahoe Bearable.
Learn how to live with, protect and respect these marvelous creatures at the North Tahoe Arts Center during the “Paint the Bear” event sponsored by the Bear League right after the Snowfest Parade on February 28, 2015 from 11am to 2pm. Wooden Bear cutouts will be provided by Truckee High School woodshop class for kids to paint as they like. Event is free and open to the public. The parade starts at 11:30am in Tahoe City and marks the beginning of SnowFest!
It’s been going on since 1982, with wacky and wild years of mountain culture, Tahoe Style.
SnowFest is North Lake Tahoe’s 10 day winter carnival.
SnowFest takes place February 27 through March 8, 2015 throughout North Lake Tahoe and Truckee. Don’t miss the Tahoe City Snowfest parade, Polar Plunge, Wacky Winter Bowling or the Stand Up Paddle Race.
Learn how tough Snowshoe Thompson really was during the 3-mile hike in the Van Sickle Bi-State Park on February 28, 2015 from 10am to 1pm with the TRT gang.
You’ll be crossing Snowshoe’s winter tracks over which he famously carried the mail for two decades in the mid-1800s back and forth from Genoa, Nevada to Hangtown, California. You’ll follow “Snowshoe” himself brought to life with Chautauqua performer Steve Hale of Comstock Characters. Bring your imagination and be prepared to be transported back to the winter of 1865.
Coalition Snow is excited to announce Sugar Bowl Resort as its home mountain for the 2014/2015 season. The partnership grew out of a shared vision for encouraging women to get out in the mountains and a desire to support women in the industry.
As part of the partnership, Coalition Snow will partner with the North American Ski Training Center by offering a women’s only skills clinic on March 1 at Sugar Bowl Resort. Read more
Enjoy a great day outdoors while soaking up some knowledge about the beautiful area you call home with the Tahoe Institute for Natural Science (TINS).
TINS hosts several activities and events to bring Tahoe’s natural history, science, and conservation issues to the public through walks and talks, citizen science programs, or other special events such as the 2015 Tahoe Big Year.