89.2 F
Tahoe City
Friday, July 12, 2024
Home Summer Hiking & Trail Running

Hiking & Trail Running

Changes to Rabe Meadow area

The USDA Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit in partnership with the Nevada Tahoe Conservation District has issued the final decision for proposed...

Engrave a bear, fund a trail

Twenty-five, new engraved bears are now hanging from the railings in Tahoe City’s Heritage Plaza through a partnership with Tahoe Fund, Placer County and...

Connected Communities Trails Tour

Sierra Buttes Trails Stewardship is taking its Connected Communities Trails Tour on the road and will be eliciting response to the long-awaited Trails Master...

Less trash on Nevada shoreline

Clean Up The Lake, the environmental nonprofit responsible for the 72-mile cleanup of Lake Tahoe, recently completed a two-year monitoring effort the lake, revealing...

Trail to connect Truckee, Nevada City

Tahoe National Forest’s Pines to Mines Trail connecting Truckee with Nevada City will welcome equestrians, pedestrians, bicyclists and Class 1 e-bike users on the...

Funds approved for singletrack

The Sierra Nevada Conservancy recently awarded nearly $750,000 to Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship for construction of 15 miles of singletrack on the west face...

D.L Bliss closed through 2024

D.L. Bliss State Park will remain closed through summer 2024, according to California State Parks. New water storage tanks that provide drinking water for...

Beyond Big Blue, Part IV: Hope Valley and the Lakes Basin

The yellowing aspens flutter in the wind. The sun filters through the forest illuminating the trees' yellow, red and orange leaves around a beautiful...

Tahoe’s lesser-known state parks: North Shore gems

Tahoe’s popular state parks on the West Shore — Emerald Bay, Sugar Pine Point and Bliss (closed this year for a major remodel) —...

Help with Sierra Valley Nature Center

More progress is being made at the Sierra Valley Preserve Nature Center with plans to finish the center by May, according to the Feather...