The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on individuals, businesses and nonprofits, leaving many in critical need of support. Truckee was hit especially hard because our economy depends on visitors and the ski industry, shut down mid-season. So many have stepped up to help out – donating, volunteering, caring for higher risk and senior neighbors, and feeding those in need and on the front lines.
Did COVID-19 put a hamper on your travel plans? Here are our favorite ways to visit Truckee virtually while you shelter in place.
Feeling cooped up? If you’re sheltering in place in Truckee try some of these social distancing activities to stay active and inspired.
Ever had a salad made with fresh vegetables picked the day before? Head to some of Truckee’s finest restaurants like Old Town Tap, Cottonwood, Stella at the Cedar House and The Station, to name a few, and you could have the opportunity to enjoy a meal prepared with produce picked within the last 12 hours.
What’s the secret to area chefs sourcing the freshest,
Options for improving your smile and dental health have recently increased with the addition of Baldwin, DDS, on Donner Pass Rd. in downtown Truckee. Dr. Jason Baldwin is a graduate of the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry. He has maintained an ongoing commitment to advanced education and training in all aspects of dentistry. Dr. Baldwin was voted one of the top dentists in the Bay Area where he practiced for 15 years.
Boarding for Breast Cancer (B4BC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation that advocates early detection and a healthy, active, and sustainable lifestyle as the best means for breast cancer prevention. Founded in 1996, B4BC empowers young people to make positive choices that promote lifelong wellness through outreach, prevention, sustainability, and support programs.
This summer you’re invited to Skate the Lake with Boarding for Breast Cancer on August 16th + 17th.
In Truckee, our day-to-day routine probably doesn’t differ too dramatically from anyone else’s: drop the kids off at school, get an oil change, stop by the post office, hop on a conference call, take the dog out for a jog on the Legacy Trail, pick up dinner.
Conversations of how to cultivate a healthier work-life-balance abound over cappuccinos at Coffeebar.
When asked what Red Fox Physical Therapy and Wellness is all about, Owner and Doctor of Red Fox Physical Therapy, Sara Mohagen quotes their motto, “Don’t train inside the box if you play outside of the box.” “This isn’t cookie-cutter therapy.
We offer one-on-one sessions, tailored to the individual and their lifestyle. Our goal is to be the partner people need to reach their health or sports goals and to feel good.
Winter driving conditions and tire chains can be some of the trickiest things for California travelers. Here are some safety tips for making it up to your Truckee vacation rental.
Always check with your host to make sure you get special tips for their neighborhood, like where to park, when their driveway plow service comes by and if their roads are usually cleared soon after a snowfall or the next day.
It’s easy to be active and live well in a town that embraces healthy choices and offers a “live life to its fullest experience.” Whether you are a world-class athlete or a high school teacher, your health affects your daily life. Fortunately for Truckee, top physicians and health-care providers as well as state-of-the-art health facilities are centrally located right in town.
Truckee’s stunning outdoor environment and adventure-seeking opportunities inspires better health and attracts top health experts.