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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Johnson Canyon name is official

Negro Canyon has officially been renamed Johnson Canyon. While Truckee Donner Land Trust has labeled the property as Johnson Canyon since acquiring it in...

Free shuttle on South Shore

South Shore visitors and residents are getting a free, on-demand, app-based, door-to-door service with the launch of Lake Link, a microtransit shuttle system. The...

Snowmobile access plan faces lawsuit: More regional OSV plans to be released

In spite of legal pushback on changes to snowmobile access, national forest districts in the Tahoe Sierra are moving forward with updated over-snow vehicle...

Truckee Springs grows to 67 acres

The California Wildlife Conservation Board recently voted to transfer 41 acres next to the 26-acre Truckee Springs parcel in downtown Truckee to Truckee Donner...

Comment on Pines to Mines trail

Tahoe National Forest is seeking public input on its proposed Pines to Mines trail project. The proposed Pines to Mines multi-use trail would run...

USFS purchases Cold Creek

US Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit has purchased undeveloped land in the southeast portion of the basin known as the Cold Creek...

State of the Tahoe Back Country 2022: Parking expanded, shuttle returns

Meet the person leading the drive to preserve access to human-powered back-country winter recreation. As off-piste skiing and snowboarding grows increasingly popular in the...

Back-country etiquette

Courtesy Tahoe Backcountry Alliance Get educated | If you really want to get into the backcountry, you need to take a class. Get your friends...

Back-country safety: Gear, training & forecast essential

Tahoe has seen record-breaking snowfall after an epic 214 inches of snow in December. Snow for most means it’s playtime in the mountains. Skiing,...

Back country 101

In a nutshell, back-country travel means moving through any area that is not maintained or supervised by resorts or other entities. In the back country,...