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Sierra Watershed Education Partnerships
From Sierra Sun...
Beneath the snow-capped mountains, visitors are invited to electronically open the front door to the temporary SNOW Sports Museum at the Boatworks and immerse themselves in ski history.
From Daily Democrat...
Reduced-rate lift tickets valid at many North Lake Tahoe ski resorts can be bought through the Excellence in Education Skiing for Schools program.
From Los Angeles Times...
From Tahoe Daily Tribune...
The avalanche occurred about a half hour after the lift opened for the first time this season.
From The Union...
From Tahoe Guide...
By planning ahead, making a reservation or taking one of the many free transit options, you can avoid traffic and spend that time instead on the slopes.
The skiing crew of Ski for the Love has released its second film, “Home, Sick! Too Good to Leave,” shot entirely in the Tahoe Basin.
The 1930s was the breakout decade for alpine skiing in the United States, fueled by stiff leather boots, skis with metal edges, and, most importantly, mechanical rope tows.
“Weak Layers” is the newest ski movie to hit the hills. This female-driven ski comedy is co-written and directed by Katie Burrell and filmed around Tahoe.
Richard Bothwell hopes his new guidebook, “Light Tours of Tahoe,” will help others get out and have an A-plus day.
Of course, Santa takes a few runs when he’s visiting Tahoe for the holidays. Make the most of the season and enjoy all the festivities listed in the Tahoe Guide’s latest edition.
At Donner Pass, the era of modern skiing started in the 1920s when two brothers, Lincoln and James Hutchinson of Berkeley, introduced their friends to the sport.
Several new locally made ski films have been released. Follow the makers to find details on local shows and watch the trailers.
“Light Tours of Tahoe, California + Nevada” has been released, detailing 64 backcountry routes in the Tahoe region by guide and avalanche educator Richard Bothwell. The guidebook is accessible to a range of skiers and riders and includes routes to minimize avalanche exposure.
Guests who ski or ride in the Tahoe region can skip rental lines and have equipment delivered through Ski Butlers. The company is also donating 20% of fees for reservations made through the Tahoe Fund portal to support environmental projects.
From Voice of San Diego...
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