Aside from the safety factor they provide, the Alpine Meadows Patrol Dogs’ “cute factor” is off the Richter scale so Alpine has found a way that guests can take the dogs home with them – sort of.
Ten Alpine Meadows Patrol Dog trading cards are now available at various locations around the resort’s base facility.
This award-winning documentary features three women running the entire length of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado on boogie boards in the dead of winter.
It’s also a fundraiser for Kelley Kalafatich, a master River Guide from Coloma and filmmaker. Don’t miss it January 23rd at LT Community College.
Remember back in the day….when it was called Sierra Ski Ranch?
It’s now 40 years later, and Sierra-at-Tahoe is celebrating its anniversary with style on January 9th.
Very interesting is putting it mildly about the upcoming art exhibit at the Haldan Gallery at the Lake Tahoe Community College.
“Putting It Together” will run January 15 through March 21, 2009.
It’s Leon Russell.
Internationally acclaimed local artist, Cathee van Rossem St. Clair, has just completed her new holiday card to benefit Arts For the Schools.
The “Bobcat Series” was created in celebration of the AFTS 25th Anniversary, and is on sale now all over North Shore.
According to this, the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll is still alive.
And he is celebrating his 75th birthday on January 9, 2010 at Mt Rose in North Lake Tahoe by going skiing. Yes!
Actually Elvis’s birthday is January 8, and he needed an entire weekend to celebrate.
To commemorate Winter Trails Day, Royal Gorge is giving free skiing to first-timers on January 10th only.
Don’t miss your chance to learn from the best at the largest and most beautiful x-c resort in the nation.
It’s that time of year to step up our workouts to get in shape for skiing.
Now, there’s a perfect place and person to help you in South Shore. read more →
The Hyatt Regency in Incline Village is launching “Cocktails for a Cause,” a weekly cocktail program at Lone Eagle Grille to support local charities in North Lake Tahoe.
December cocktails will benefit the Tahoe Rim Trail.
They want to call it a Wine Walk. But, with all the fresh snow we’re calling it a Wine Ski.
Tis the season to ski all day, then sample wine after. Life is good!
It looks like Tahoe locals have been VERY GOOD this year.
We’re getting clobbered with snow, making the perfect carpet for Santa.
While Moment Skis are made just outside of the basin, the owners/riders grew up skiing in Tahoe and still get their inspiration from Tahoe.
For the team riders and owners, it’s the fall line that matters not the bottom line.
Don’t miss this exciting night of high altitude adventures with Adrian Ballinger from Marmot and the owner of Alpenglow Expeditions on December 11.