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MADE IN TAHOE FESTIVAL RETURNS MAY 25-26 to Olympic Valley

The Village at Squaw Valley® Kicks Off Summer with the Made in Tahoe Festival • Local businesses, artisans, and entertainers take over the Village at Squaw Valley May 25-26• Memorial Day weekend marks the end of midweek ski and ride operations at Squaw Valley, but there will still be plenty of skiing and riding until [...]

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Ski or Ride for $5 on Fridays in June at Squaw Valley

Resort to offer $5 advance-purchase lift tickets every Friday in June with all proceeds benefitting the nonprofit Tahoe Fund•  Resort to match skier contributions with an additional donation of up to $10,000 Olympic Valley, Calif.] May 21, 2019 – Skiers and snowboarders are invited to celebrate spring on the slopes at Squaw Valley with $5 lift [...]

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Celebrate National Trails Day – June 1 with Plumas National Forest

Plumas National Forest Invites You to "TLC for Valley Creek Trail" National Trail Day Project Oroville, CA- May 17, 2019 – Join the Plumas National Forest for the annual American Hiking Society’s National Trails Day on Saturday, June 1. Volunteers will have an opportunity to improve the 1.7 mile Valley Creek Trail while experiencing the [...]

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Some seasonal roads on Stanislaus National Forest will remain closed until June 30

This winter a series of strong storms hit California, causing extensive damage to roads, trails, infrastructure and ecosystems on California's national forests. SONORA, Calif., May 17, 2019 – For those travelers making plans to head to the mountains for Memorial Day weekend and beyond. the national Forest in many of the Sierra Mountain range has issued [...]

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Memorial Day Sale – Hydro Flask

UNBOUND SERIES- 24 L Soft Cooler Tote The comfortable way to carry cold. Designed to keep 24 cans—or whatever you're packing—ice cold for up to 48 hours, our new waterproof Unbound Series™ Cooler Tote is designed to tuck over your shoulder and go with you into the campsite or this Saturday's farmer's market. Storage pockets [...]

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Keep Tahoe Bears Wild!

Agencies remind public to practice proper food storage, trash disposal in bear country Sierra Rec Magazine - LAKE TAHOE, Calif./Nev. – Lake Tahoe natural resource and law enforcement agencies remind residents and visitors to practice proper food storage and trash disposal at all times while in bear country. Intentional or unintentional feeding of bears can result [...]

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Catch the Final Action At Inaugural Red Bull Recharged At Iconic Mammoth Mountain

Snowboarding Receives a Jolting Revival on a One-of-a-Kind Course Designed by Masterminds Ben Ferguson and Mark McMorris MAMMOTH LAKES, CA - (May 16, 2019) - The world’s best snowboarders united this week for Red Bull Recharged, a team-based content battle during May 14-17 at Mammoth Mountain. Like anything that evolves, stagnancy stalls progression. There is [...]

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CLOSURE OF MONITOR PASS/STATE ROUTE 89 DUE TO INCOMING STORM

ALPINE, TUOLUMNE, MONO AND INYO COUNTIES –May 15, 2019 - The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close State Route 89 (SR-89) over Monitor Pass on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 10:00 p.m. This pre-emptive closure is based on a Winter Storm Warning predicting snow at high elevations for the safety of motorists and Caltrans [...]

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5th Annual Yosemite Half Marathon to Take Place in Bass Lake on May 11th

Bass Lake, Calif., May 06, 2019 – The 5th Annual Yosemite Half Marathon, a race centered around breathtaking Vistas on Forest Service and National Park lands, will be taking place May 10-11, 2019 on the Sierra National Forest’s Bass Lake Ranger District. Starting with a race expo on Friday May 10, 2019 at Recreation Point, runners [...]

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Saline Valley Warm Springs Recreational Management Plan Finalized In Death Valley

Sierra Rec Magazine - NPS News Release - May 10 , 2019 - DEATH VALLEY, CA – The National Park Service announced on May 10 that it has finalized the Saline Valley Warm Springs Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement (plan/EIS). The document outlines the agency’s plan for managing visitor use, natural resources, cultural resources, [...]

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National Park Service Releases Serious Accident Investigation and Corrective Action Plan in Arrowhead Hotshot Brian Hughes Fatality

Sierra Rec Magazine - NPS Release - The National Park Service released the findings and follow-up corrective action plan in the July 2018 death of National Park Service (NPS) Arrowhead Hotshot, Captain Brian Hughes. Hughes, age 33, and his crew were working on the Ferguson fire on the Sierra National Forest near Yosemite National Park [...]

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Threatened California Red-Legged Frogs Making a Comeback in Yosemite National Park After a 50-Year Absence

Cooperative Effort by the National Park Service, Yosemite Conservancy, San Francisco Zoo & Gardens, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, California Department of Fish & Wildlife and NatureBridge Sierra Rec Magazine - Yosemite National Park New Release - May 2019 ~ Federally threatened California red-legged frogs are showing signs of a return to Yosemite Valley in [...]

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