Tackle the Tahoe Summer Bucket List

Jed Kravitz spins over Emerald Bay on a beautiful spring afternoon. It’s not often there’s skiing and riding over Memorial Day weekend, but two downhill resorts and one cross-country center are open. Details in this edition and at TheTahoeWeekly.com. Photography by Matt Bansak | MattBansak.com, @Matt.Bansak.Photography

Skiing on Memorial Day Weekend? Yep. It’s definitely a great way to kick off Tahoe’s summer season. In fact, we not only have skiing over Memorial Day, but there’s skiing and riding until July 7 at Squaw Valley, which is why it’s rated the No. 1 thing to do in our annual Ultimate Tahoe Summer Bucket List this year.

It almost always snows just a bit over Memorial Day Weekend, but Mother Nature decided that it just wouldn’t do this year, instead delivering 11 inches of new snow to Squaw and 8 inches to Heavenly, with more on the way as we went to press for this edition. Both are open this weekend, along with Auburn Ski Club.

You’ll want to enjoy the fresh snow and check off #1 on the Bucket List before tackling the other 99; and you’ll need all season to do so. We’ve filled this issue with features on some of the season’s other Bucket List items: boating on Lake Tahoe with Stellar Tahoe (#52); taking the kids to the KidZone Museum (#62); and golfing at the historic Old Brockway Golf Course (#32).

Take the challenge, tackle our Bucket List or create your own, and share them with us on Facebook or Instagram.

Thanks to our readers

And, a big thanks to everyone who participated in our Reader Survey this winter. We received a lot of great feedback and I’ve especially enjoyed reading through the comments.

We’re sorting through all of the great information you shared with us and are already planning some changes and new features based on your feedback. Thanks for your continued support of Tahoe Weekly.

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Katherine Hill
Katherine first moved to Tahoe in 1998 and has been in love with the Tahoe Sierra region since. She has been in the journalism field for more than 25 years and has worked for daily and weekly newspapers and magazines, as well as online publications and Web sites, as an award-winning writer and editor. In the fall of 2013, Katherine became only the third owner of the Tahoe Weekly magazine, and today serves as its Publisher and Editor In Chief. She also volunteers as a board member on of the Tahoe City Downtown Association, a commissioner on the North Tahoe Regional Advisory Council and is a member of the TBID Advisory Committee for the North Tahoe Community Alliance. She is also a past commissioner of the U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Federal Advisory Commission.