Updated September 17, 2020 Emergency fire restrictions are in effect across all National Forest lands in California, including the CA/NV sides of the Tahoe Basin. Smoking and all recreational fires, including campfires, bonfires, warming fires, wood fires, charcoal fires, or any other kind of outdoor fires, involving solid fuels are not permitted and all sources […]
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As soon as you step outside in Lake Tahoe and start looking at all your surroundings, many of us stop and wonder what a particular place, mountain, lake or region is called. Some are obvious, like Lake Tahoe. But others not so much like a specific peak or meadow perhaps. Many of the popular landmarks […]
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As John Muir is to Yosemite, Mark Twain is to Lake Tahoe. There isn’t another person so intertwined with the Lake Tahoe region. Many of his quotes inspire yet others make you scratch your head. Here are a few of his most “electric” quotes about Lake Tahoe and the surrounding area. About The Sheer Beauty […]
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Glass Garage Collective, a media and correspondence platform, launches a mail art project with a call for artist submissions. We Are All Guests Here is a mail art project based in Tahoe and founded in May 2020 to accept and document art from around the world. The project was launched during the closure of major […]
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Tahoe South might be known for its nightlife, energetic gatherings like the American Century Classic, and snow-filled fun in the winter, but it’s also home to a place with a taste of the past. We’re talking about The Tallac Historic Site. What Is The Tallac Historic Site? Only three miles northwest of South Lake Tahoe […]
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This is what it will look like in just a couple of weeks. It won't be long before we start doing our snow dances in earnest. This fall, take a drive, hike, or bike ride around and you’ll see bursts of yellow and gold throughout Lake Tahoe’s South Shore.
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Hello, Lake Tahoe Enthusiast! Welcome back! We hope you all are staying healthy and safe. Enjoy our picks for the month of August. Don’t forget to use #TahoeSouth to be featured. We are still practicing social distancing, don’t forget your face coverings. 10. Santa Cruz Bikes with Over the Edge Bikes Tahoe View this […]
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Lake Tahoe has always been a place to escape from the oppressive heat surrounding the mountains. When places like Reno and Sacramento are hitting high 90’s or even triple digits, the Tahoe Basin is in the upper 70s or low 80s. Combine that with the cool waters of Lake Tahoe and you have the perfect […]
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Let’s be upfront. There’s A LOT to see, do, and love in Lake Tahoe. A veritable Sierra snowstorm of options to choose from any time of year you visit. But like many other places, the region is always evolving and changing. This list is a nod to those places that don’t exist in Tahoe anymore […]
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To this day, some of my best memories as a child were our annual summer excursions. We’d hop in our trusty 1985 Suburban and visit places all over the country including Lake Tahoe. Driving over Spooner Summit and seeing the shimmering waters of Big Blue, it was etched into my brain forever. Despite the current […]
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