• Industry Innovations: How Tahoe XC is Evolving

    12 September 2022

    Tahoe XC is always eyeing innovative technologies that could reduce our impact on the environment and increase our responsibility and reciprocity toward Nature. While human-powered recreation like cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, running and mountain biking are naturally low-impact sports, we know we can further reduce our effects on the environment.

  • Places on the Trail: Antone Meadows

    30 August 2022

    Antone Meadows sits in the middle of the outer reaches of Tahoe XC surrounded by the Red and Orange Trails. In the winter, it lies mostly hidden, a patch of open snow covered level terrain seen filtered through the trees as we glide on the Orange trail. But the rest of the year, the meadows hold lots of delights for bikers, hikers, and spring-time skiers.

  • Maintaining & Building Trails

    13 August 2022

    The vast network of summer trails that reach out from the Tahoe XC lodge have been built and maintained by an assortment of folks over the years. Tahoe XC staff have been known to remove trees from trails and carry out lots of maintenance projects, and in recent years the Tahoe Area Mountain Bike Association has built and maintains an array of new and fun mountain biking/hiking trails that are a highlight of heading out onto the Tahoe XC trail system.