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Un-Paving the way: the Tahoe Backcountry Alliance makes headway in their first season

It has now been a full winter season since we spoke with Rich Meyer about the Tahoe Backcountry Alliance, so we caught up with him to find out how projects have progressed over the past few months and what the TBA has planned for the summer.

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Un-Paving the way: the Tahoe Backcountry Alliance makes headway in their first season

Last week we posted the article, “Allied Forces,” by Associate Editor Lucy Higgins from the February issue about the rise of backcountry alliances throughout the U.S. These organizations have missions … [Read More...]

2016 Beer Guide: The Northeast

Over six weeks, we tested 81 beers from 26 breweries located across nine states and Canada for the 2016 Beer Guide. Testers used the Beer Score Sheet from the Beer Judge Certifications Program … [Read More...]

Take two: Why it’s nice to attend the SheJumps Alpine Finishing School twice

In the spring of 2014, Abby Cooper attended her first SheJumps Alpine Finishing School (AFS) in hopes of becoming more educated about backcountry travel. The weeklong, all-female program, which is … [Read More...]

Allied Forces: Backcountry alliances form across the U.S., giving skiers and riders a unified voice

Last winter in Lake Tahoe, Calif. broke records—and not in the way that skiers prefer. But what’s really stressing them out more than disappearing snow? Disappearing parking spaces. In an effort to … [Read More...]

2Point5Mil: One Million Done

It’s been a long couple weeks. After a March that lent itself to big days and big objectives, April came and temperatures turned balmy. The Wasatch, with its lower elevation, isn’t known for good … [Read More...]

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