Monthly Archives: February 2014

Keeping it real at Grand Targhee

After nearly three sub-par ski seasons in Tahoe, a couple of friends and I finally decided to join the vagabonds and hit the road in search of powder. The plan was to select a date and leave enough flexibility to … Continue reading

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Weekend Warriors

Skiers enjoyed sunny skies and spring conditions at Squaw and Alpine last weekend. Conditions should change as a series of storms is expected for the region beginning today.

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SnowFest! Events & Lodging

SnowFest! is North Lake Tahoe’s annual spring snow celebration, and this year is shaping up to be as good as ever. Every spring since 1982, North Lake Tahoe throws this big party, packing 10 full days with parades, special events, … Continue reading

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What is Sportgevity?

Dr. Robb Gaffney speaks about his Sportgevity movement which promotes longevity in the sports we love and the goal of enjoying them for many decades. Check it out here courtesy of Last Chair: What is Sportgevity?

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Plaster Caster

The upper portion of Squaw got plastered with five feet of snow from the weekend’s storm. The upside down snowpack ripped out some large avalanches throughout the Tahoe Basin.

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Pray for snow bonfire

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Coming up short

Last week’s storm had the potential to drop three feet of snow on the crest, starting with a wet layer and drying out toward the finish.   Unfortunately we have to keep imagining what that would have felt like because the … Continue reading

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