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Ski Patroller Shares How to Navigate Inbound Avalanche Terrain Safely

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Any slope over 30 degrees, inside or outside ski resort boundaries, is considered avalanche terrain. Here’s what skiers and snowboarders should be keeping in mind when recreating in such areas.

Art Boards

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By Trevor Kekke Trevor Kekke has been a busy guy. Not only did he write this month’s In the Past article sharing his tale of...

Early Days of Tahoe Skier Glory…

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Pat Dillon reflects on the days of skiing on skinny rockets and burning the midnight oil with Tahoe skiers of the 1970s and ’80s.

Passes, and Advance Tickets, Reign Supreme at Ski Resorts

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While walk-up lift ticket prices can cause sticker shock, ski resorts are steering customers to buy tickets in advance online or season passes as the most affordable way to ski.

The Reason We Have a Season

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Nothing is normal about the year 2020, and ski resorts are no exception. These companies have made significant changes to their operations and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to be open.

Change in Terrain

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Revisiting the early days of the freestyle movement that brought terrain parks to the mainstream.

From Service to Slopes

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Spearheaded by Truckee-based nonprofit High Fives, Military to the Mountains is one of a growing number of ways to help wounded veterans get outdoors, which benefits their overall well-being.

The Sky’s the Limit

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ALL IN THE FAMILY: Tahoe seems to be a breeding ground for Olympic athletes. Siblings Mack and Abby Winterberger are among the latest crop of rock star youth athletes with their eyes on the Olympic prize.

It’s Raining Skiers and Snowboarders!

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A decade full of snowfall and skiers, all wrapped up.