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January 26, 2017 in Adventure:
Local Update: 23 feet of snow since Jan 1, Tahoe Yeti spotted about town, and more….
January 10, 2017 in Adventure:
Hiking the Cordillera HuayHuash Without a Guide
January 5, 2017 in Adventure:
TAHOE’S GONNA FLOOD! Underage drinkers at SnowGlobe?!
January 1, 2017 in Adventure:
12 Truths Only a Tahoe Local Would Understand.
December 7, 2016 in Adventure:
B4BC 20th Anniversary at Sierra-at-Tahoe
5 Awesome Early Summer Hikes in South Tahoe
Posted: June 25, 2016
—By Laura Van Antwerp A.K.A. JANGLES!!! As we defrost from a killer winter, you’re probably thinking to yourself, “Dang! I really want to go hiking, but I
Tahoe Trails Summit – “Trails of Today and Tomorrow”
Posted: April 11, 2016
Tahoe Trails Summit – “Trails of Today and Tomorrow” Ride, socialize, participate, learn, and have fun at our Tahoe Trails Summit! TAMBA is hosting this
10th Annual Buckle Up Big Air
Posted: March 28, 2016
10th Annual Buckle Up Big Air at Sierra-at-Tahoe In Memory of Gregory Smith
The Vans Hi-Standard Series Tour Coming to Tahoe!
Posted: March 17, 2016
—By Laura Mate— March 16th, 2016 marked 50 years of Vans’ “Off The Wall” history in the action sports, art, music and lifestyle industry. If your life hasn’t
Sierra Sounds with Colby Albino
Posted: February 20, 2016
Sierra Sounds is back! Colby James Albino shows off his favorite playground out the 5 gates of Huckleberry Canyon, the venue for the first ever Huck Cup A 2 Star Freeride
FNCTN January 14—The Irieties and Sacto Storytellers
Posted: January 16, 2016
A little wind and snow wasn’t enough to keep this cool crowd away from a good time at the Lakeview Loft on Thursday night, January 14th. The night’s music
From Skyscrapers to Mountain Ranges—Six Things I’ve Learned Since my Move from LA to Tahoe.
Posted: December 7, 2015
— Photos and text by Heather Manwaring— Five months ago, I was frustrated and discouraged. I knew I wanted a change, but didn’t really know how to go about making
Current Tahoe snowpack above average, Gapering for good cause, and more!
Posted: December 2, 2015
Tahoe breaks into December with 117% more snow than usual for this time of year! Photo: National Weather and Climate Center. Drawings: TTJ According to the latest NOAA
Sierra-at-Tahoe Opening Day 11/20
Posted: November 20, 2015
Sierra-at-Tahoe Opening Day November 20th marks the earliest opening date Sierra-at-Tahoe has had in eleven years! Energy on the mountain was high today as people awaited for
Bears and Balls—How a Tahoe Local Went Viral.
Posted: November 19, 2015
This still shot from the video shows the massive bear as it huddles underneath Vance’s porch—a popular neighborhood hangout for bears. Vance videotapes the
What Are You Looking Forward to Most This Season?
Posted: November 15, 2015
Pow pow? Donuts? Heavenly opening day riders spill what they’re most excited for this season! Heavenly opening day
The Lake Tahoe Quarter-Life Crisis.
Posted: November 11, 2015
The existential angst of growing old in Tahoe – an observation into the quarter-life crisis. Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should burn and rave at
City of South Lake Tahoe’s 50th Anniversary Golden Gala
Posted: November 10, 2015
City of South Lake Tahoe’s 50th Anniversary Golden Gala On November 7, 2015, the City hosted the community’s 50th anniversary celebration and “golden gala” at
God’s Dandruff—Contemplations on Our First Snowfall of the Season.
Posted: November 3, 2015
—By Jangles— It happened. The first snowfall of the season. I dawned on me yesterday morning, at exactly 7:13 a.m. I was still lying in bed, swaddled in my cocoon of
Over a Slice— An Interview with A.J. Marino
Posted: September 28, 2015
Home: A 4K Tahoe Time-lapse Film from Tahoe Media Collective on Vimeo. Social Community LUVS “Home”!! In the first 24 hours = 10,000 view, 500 shares By Day 3 = 17,000
Tahoe Nude Beaches: 5 things I learned from my trip to the naked east shore.
Posted: September 14, 2015
By Laura Van Antwerp If you would have brought up the idea of hitting up a nude beach to me, say—er—four months ago, you would have most likely been bombarded by some
A tale of Snow White and the Seven Crackheads, El Nino predictions for this winter, and more….
Posted: September 1, 2015
Snow White and the Seven Crackheads Photo credit: Tahoe Daily Tribune At a certain point in your first-born’s life, upon reaching a certain age, there comes the time to
The Tahoe Rim Trail – Spooner Summit to Tahoe Meadows
Posted: August 29, 2015
—By Laura Van Jangles— The Tahoe Rim Trail is commonly understood to provide one of the most picturesque journeys on the west coast. This famous trail
A one on one with the organizers of the new Bijou bike park!
Posted: August 9, 2015
Tamba Trail Crew —By Michelle McNicol— The Tahoe Journal had the chance to chat with the creators of the new Bijou Bike Park and get the inside scoop of what to
Lake Tahoe Disc Golf Course Review
Posted: July 8, 2015
—By Dustin Robinson— Photo credit: Adam Jensen Kirkwood may be best known for its killer snow in the winter time, but in the summertime mountain offers up a
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