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Explore rail trails in new book

The Lake Tahoe Railway and Transportation Company’s narrow-gauge rail line once ran along the Truckee River connecting Truckee to Tahoe City first to transport...

Help keep Tahoe bears wild

Bears are hungry and scavenging for food anywhere they can find it, which includes trash cans, grills, garages, vehicles and homes. There are easy...

Avoid drowning from cold water shock

An average of seven people drown in Lake Tahoe every year due to cold-water shock, according to Take Care Tahoe. These drownings are preventable...

Paid parking at Zephyr Cove Beach

Douglas County has instituted a new parking program in and around the popular Zephyr Cove Beach on the East Shore through Aug. 31. Fees...

Sand Harbor to require reservations

Reservations will be required for parking at Sand Harbor State Park starting Aug. 17 before 10:30 a.m. on weekends and holidays, according to a...

Wildfire town hall planned

Placer Supervisor Cindy Gustafson will host partner agencies to discuss wildfire preparedness at a North Lake Tahoe Town Hall on June 25 at 6 p.m....

Boots McFarland by Geolyn Carvin, June 19, 2024

“Money's worth” Geolyn Carvin has been sharing her creations with Tahoe Guide readers since 2018, shortly after the release of her book “On the Trail...

Tim’s Tips: Safely using Tahoe’s paved trails

The Lake Tahoe region is blessed with an extensive and elaborate system of multiuse trails providing access to great views of the lake, the...