Outdoor Activities

2018 Tahoe Fund Signature Projects

The Tahoe Fund has announced three new Signature Projects for its 2018 fundraising season. Each project will improve outdoor recreation and Tahoe’s environment in the Basin. This year’s projects include Tahoe Rim Trail restoration in Desolation Wilderness to improve usability and safety; construction of the Kings Beach Trail into a multi-feature trail; and planting 10,000…

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Celebrating the 4th of July

With the 4th of July falling in the middle of the week this year, there are many events taking place before, during, and after the holiday to celebrate. The Reno Tahoe area is your hotspot for all the great events: Star Spangled Sparks, July 4 The Nugget Casino Resort will once again host the region’s…

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Baseball Season Returns to Reno

Greater Nevada Field is home to the MiLB’s Reno Aces – the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks. The Reno Aces kicked off their season with a win against the Fresno Grizzlies on April 5th. The Reno Aces games return to Greater Nevada Field for another season. Reno has been home to the Aces since…

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Montrêux Cares Play for P.I.N.K.

Montrêux is sponsoring its very own Play for P.I.N.K. event to benefit the Play for P.I.N.K. organization and The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. This full day event will be held on Monday, May 21, 2018. There are multiple ways to participate in the fun of this event: 5-K-ish Fun-Run/Fun-Walk, to start the day off A course…

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Reno-Tahoe Coalition Preparing a Plan to Host Olympics

Written By: Farah Vitale Reno-Tahoe is prepared to host Winter Olympics, 2026 if the request is made. We are one of three U.S. regions mentioned as possible contenders for the future Winter Olympics; the other two being Denver and Salt Lake City. Squaw Valley hosted the winter games about 60 years ago. Although the United Stated…

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Put Snoweshoeing on Your To-Do List

Written By: Farah Vitale If you haven’t already tried snowshoeing, this winter is the perfect time. Snowshoeing is a much easier sport and doesn’t require the skill like other snow sports, just bend your knees! It’s perfect for exploring terrains you wouldn’t usually be able to. So where in Tahoe can you go snowshoeing? Here…

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Feature Your Dog on a Mural in the Biggest Little Dog Park

Written By: Farah Vitale The Biggest Little Dog Park is coming to downtown Reno and will have a very special feature. They are setting up a special pet mural to honors our beloved four-legged family members. So you can purchase a place on the mural for your dog! The mural will be painted on the…

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Mt. Rose Ski Resort is Open Thanks to Snow Machines

Written By: Farah Vitale Mt. Rose is the first ski resort to open this season and it’s all thanks to the help of snow machines! It only costs $20 for adults and $10 for kids 15 and under. The kickoff ran both Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. Right now most of the snow…

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Enjoy a Halloween Full of Spooky Events

Written By: Farah Vitale Halloween is around the corner and there are many ways to spend your month of October including “Halloweekend.” Here are some scary Halloween parties and events you can’t miss: 39th Annual Freaker’s Ball – Get dressed up and enjoy a creepy night full of dancing in Tahoe! There will be $10,000 in cash…

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Be a Part of Super Pet Adoption Day

Written By: Farah Vitale Northern Nevada’s animal welfare groups are going to hold “Super Pet Adoption Day” in Reno on Saturday, October 14th. The event is scheduled at Rancho San Rafael Park from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be dogs, cats and small animals available for you to give a home. The organizations involved…

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