Tahoe TV

Tahoe City Ice Rink Construction Begins - Watch Live!

Nov. 10, 2021 -  Assembly and creation of the Tahoe City Ice Rink officially began on Wednesday, November 10th at the ice rink site at the Tahoe City  Winter Sports Park. Crews from the Tahoe City PUD will complete the assembly of the frame, floor, and begin to make ice in the coming days. While the site and rink are closed, Curious onlookers are invited to watch the action and watch the ice form on the Tahoetopia Tahoet City Winter Sports Park live webcam. The camera is located on the eave of the Clubhouse with a great view of the ice rink action all winter long.

CONCERTS AT COMMONS BEACH RETURNS FOR 2021

Greetings concert lovers! Tahoe City's popular Concerts at Commons Beach are back for summer 2021! Come enjoy free live music every Sunday afternoon with your family and friend, lakeside at one of the most spectacular concert venues around - Tahoe City's Commons Beach. Festive atmosphere, vendors, food & drink...bring a blanket, low-back chair, a picnic, or enjoy food and drink on site to support the concerts! All shows start at 4pm and end at 7pm.  Here's the 2021 Lineup...

“SUSTAINABLE TRUCKEE” INITIATIVE LAUNCHED

From News Release...
VISIT TRUCKEE-TAHOE LAUNCHES “SUSTAINABLE TRUCKEE” INITIATIVE
Three new summer stewardship pilot programs are now underway; Destination Stewardship Plan in development

 

Tahoe City Solstice Festival Returns June 12-20

TAHOE CITY, Calif. (May 25, 2021) - Long standing local events are finally scheduled to return to Tahoe City, California this summer, signaling a return to “normal” for visitors and locals alike. The Tahoe City Downtown Association announced today that the 15th Annual Tahoe City Solstice Festival, an event that celebrates the start of the summer season at Lake Tahoe, will return this year.

Tahoe Time Lapse - Wait for it!..... Tahoe Sunset From Jake's On The Lake

Jake's On the Lake  is known for it's lakefront dining and incredible sunset views. It is also the location of one of Tahoetopia's longest-running webcams.  This Tahoe Time Lapse was captured innocently enough on a quiet Sunday in May (May 23, 2021 to be exact) and delivers a dynamic view of the day's meteorlogical phenomena, capped off with a short, sweet Sierra sunset.  Enjoy!  

P.S.: Check back any evening year round to catch and cherish  a Tahoe Sunset in real time.

HOMEWOOD MOUNTAIN RESORT NOW OFFERING BACKCOUNTRY TOURING WORKSHOPS

HOMEWOOD MOUNTAIN RESORT NOW OFFERING BACKCOUNTRY TOURING WORKSHOPS FOR ALL EXPERIENCE LEVELS
Courses being held in collaboration with NASTC and the U.S. Forest Service are designed to provide the foundations for those who want to explore terrain beyond resort ski area boundaries

Snowsports Community Llaunches Tahoe Backcountry Safety Awareness Week

From News Release...
LAKE TAHOE, CA/NV (Nov. 19, 2020)—A coalition of avalanche safety, nonprofit, and winter backcountry organizations have established December 14-18 as the Tahoe-Truckee region’s first backcountry safety awareness week.

Alpenglow Sports Kicks off 15th Annual VIRTUAL Winter Speaker Series with Tahoe Local Dave Nettle

Tahoe City, CA -  On Thursday, November 19th, Alpenglow Sports is pleased to welcome local guide Dave Nettle as the first speaker of the 15th annual VIRTUAL Winter Speaker Series, presented by Peak Design. Established in 2006, the Alpenglow Sports Winter Speaker Series is a free event designed to motivate, inspire and educate. Traditionally held at Palisades Tahoe’s Olympic Village Lodge, the Winter Speaker Series is a five-part series that showcases one show per month from November through February.

Help Keep Tahoe Bears Wild! Agencies encourage use of bear resistant canisters

From News Release - August 11, 2020

LAKE TAHOE, Calif./Nev. – As a reminder, backcountry visitors should practice proper food and garbage storage and behave appropriately when hiking and backpacking in Bear Country. This summer, wilderness rangers report bears are successfully taking down food-hangs in Desolation Wilderness. Once bears become habituated to human food and garbage they will return and seek it out. Agencies highly recommend using bear resistant canisters when visiting the backcountry.

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