Lake Tahoe Articles

11 Great Lake Tahoe Rock Climbing Crags

By Tahoe Staff
From beginner traverses to expert overhangs, the Lake Tahoe climbing scene is killer for sport climbs, trad climbs or bouldering. Check out this list of crags and slabs just waiting to be scaled. Belay on! Big Chief | Twin Crags | Donner Summit | Trippy Rock | Spooner Crag | Ninety-Foot Wall | Mayhem Cove | Lovers... Read More

Diners, Drive-ins and Dives Visits Two Lake Tahoe Diners

By Tahoe Staff
Truckee’s own JAX at the Tracks was featured on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.The show’s producers were drawn to the restaurant’s “comfort food with an attitude” vibe as well as the fact that it is housed in an original 1940's diner. The popular show featured the affable bleach-blond host, Guy Fieri,... Read More

Lake Tahoe Boating Rules and Regulations

By Keith Rugg
Taking to the glistening waters for some Lake Tahoe boating is exhilarating and thrilling and comes with a few rules and regulations to keep the experience pleasurable for everyone on the lake. Some important details about boating Tahoe that may differ from what visitors are familiar with include a 600-foot no-wake... Read More

California SNO-PARKS

By Tahoe Staff
Sourced from: California Parks & RecreationThe California Department of Parks and Recreation operates SNO-PARK sites that offer access to snow play areas, cross-country ski and snowmobile trails. There are sanitation facilities in these snow-cleared parking lots. Snow-cleared parking lots cannot be guaranteed on a... Read More

Driving from the Bay Area to Lake Tahoe

By Tahoe Staff
Every weekend droves of people looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life make a pilgrimage from the Bay Area to Lake Tahoe. This 3.5- to 4-hour drive is a short escape to world-class hiking, skiing and resort amenities. However, prior to making the trip all weekend warriors should consider two important... Read More