Three Ways to Enjoy Fall in Tahoe South
There are many obvious reasons to love fall. Guest blogger Jenn Gleckman shares her favorite ways to celebrate the season in Tahoe South.
Six Great Hikes in Tahoe South
In honor of National Trails Day, guest blogger Jenn Gleckman shares some of her favorite hikes in South Lake Tahoe.
From Tahoe South to Greenland – one local’s adventure
One of the great things about living here is seeing how people draw inspiration from the surroundings. Guest blogger Jenn Gleckman sits down with local adventurer and scientist Meghan Kelly as she shares about her upcoming ski and sail expedition from Iceland to Greenland.
Meyers Mountain Bike Festival
If mountain biking, live music, beer and BBQ sound like the perfect combination to you, then you should definitely plan on attending next year’s Meyers Mountain Bike Festival.
Vikingsholm: Conversations with History
There is a lot of interesting history to be found at Tahoe South. Whether it’s the Pope, Baldwin and Valhalla Estates of the Tallac Historic Site, or the millionaire who built an enormous summer home just up the road, there are as many interesting stories as there are grand old mansions.
Happy hour the Tahoe South way
As a member of the Tahoe South chapter of the Girls’ Drinking Club, I consider myself an aficionado of a good drink. And a good deal.
Desolation Wilderness under snow
I wanted to celebrate my new year with a big day out. I wanted it to be somewhere new, and ideally involve winter snow.
Early season powder turns
The second real storm of the season moved in on Thursday, bringing over two feet of snow to the Tahoe area.
Hiking Desolation Wilderness – Dick’s Lake
Lake Tahoe's hiking season has begun, and nearby Desolation Wilderness is a perfect choice for a day hike or overnight backpacking trip.
March snow at Lake Tahoe
While many equate March with flowers, lambs and spring, Tahoe folks know better.