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Homewood Mountain Resort’s Community Events & Programs

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Homewood Mountain Resort’s Community Events & Programs

Homewood Mountain Resort

Since 1961, Homewood Mountain Resort has offered skiers a unique experience complimented by unbeatable lake views, distinctive atmosphere and ample powder to be shared. Featuring 1,260 acres, 8 lifts, 67 runs and over 750 acres of guided snowcat-accessible terrain Homewood remains one of Tahoe’s classic family-friendly resorts with an epic peak to shore experience. Being only 280 steps from lift to lake – this is “where the mountains meet the lake”.

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Backcountry Ski Spots for Beginners

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Backcountry Ski Spots for Beginners

Backcountry Skiing Truckee

Just look around and you can see why Truckee has become a mecca for backcountry skiing and snowboarding.  From the gorgeous snow-capped peaks, the record-breaking snowfall, and the ready access to incredible terrain; Truckee has it all. Not only does Truckee have the steep and deep for the pros, it also features backcountry terrain that’s great for beginners or skiers and snowboarders wanting to learn and experience the backcountry.

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Tahoe Donner – Base Camp for a Big Family Life

Base Camp for a Big Family Life

Tahoe Donner has over 6,500 homes and 25,000 members celebrating the Tahoe lifestyle on 7,300 acres in Truckee, California.  As a result, this makes Tahoe Donner one of America’s largest homeowner’s associations in Truckee, California. Tahoe Donner is an eclectic community with a passion for outdoor recreation and the Tahoe lifestyle.

Furthermore, Tahoe Donner is most noteworthy due to featuring a wide variety of recreational facilities. Some facilities are either members only and others are open to the general public.

 

Big Winter Truckee Bucket List!

Big Winter Truckee Bucket List!

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There are many enjoyable experiences to be had when visiting Truckee.  From a night out at an award-winning restaurant, shopping at one of the many boutique art galleries, home decor, or clothing stores, to exploring the historic Donner Party tragic expedition site at the Donner Memorial State Park museum.  But, for those who want to play in the great outdoors, who opt to be outside,

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5 Reasons to Take an Avalanche Class

5 Reasons to Take an Avalanche Class

 

avy6-tahoebackcountry-croppedAvalanche danger is the biggest threat to safety when entering the backcountry, but thankfully taking an avalanche class is the easiest way to learn about mitigating risk to pursue your backcountry missions. There are truly dozens of reasons why you should take an avy class, but we’ll boil it down to five important ones!

1. Know Before You Go
Knowledge is key in the world of backcountry skiing.

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