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Spring Party Season Kickoff!

TAMBA has a big summer planned, and we’re inviting you to be part of it! As a kick-off to the year, we have partnered with Heavenly Ski Resort to hold our annual Spring Party on Friday, May 20. The party is free for TAMBA members, and dinner is included! You can register for your ticket here. If you would like to become a member of TAMBA, please click here to join.

We have big plans for trail work, volunteer days, events, and fun ways to stay connected with us.  Stay connected with our newsletter and watch our Facebook or Instagram for updates!

See you at the party!

Upcoming Events

  • May 15 – Introduction to trail maintenance volunteer day on Tahoe Mountain North. Help us with some spring maintenance while learning the tips and tricks for doing great trail work as a volunteer!
  • May 20 – TAMBA Spring Party @ Heavenly Cal Lodge
  • May 22 – Christmas Valley trail workday. Join us to kick off the season on the Christmas Valley Trail.  There’s work to be done clearing brush, repairing winter’s damage, and adding some features to the trail.
  • June 18/19 – Tahoe Mountain Bike Festival!
  • June 25 – Everest Challenge kick-off party for Harrison Biehl at Kilner Park, Tahoe City.  Let’s show our support for Harrison’s Everest Ride which will start off at Midnight!
  • June 26 – Everest Challenge. Harrison is going to ride the Stanford Rock trail 15 times in a 24 hour period to raise funds to support trails on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe. His goal, $29,032 for 29,032′. 


  1. Friends stopped by to visit at the South Lake Tahoe Earth Day celebrations on April 24.
  2. We put 9 individuals through a new sawyer training thanks to instruction from Jacob Quinn with the LTBMU and support from the Tallac Hotshots. They’ll be helping us keep the trails clear when the trees come down!

We want to see your photos! Tag @tambatahoe or use #TambaTahoe

Lake Tahoe Destination Stewardship Plan

Lake Tahoe residents, community members, and stakeholders interested in the responsible management of tourism and recreation are invited to take part in workshops next month to create a destination stewardship plan. The plan will balance the needs of Lake Tahoe’s environment, businesses, visitors, and local communities. This new shared strategy will inspire all to take care of Tahoe.

Click HERE to learn more about the upcoming workshops and how you can participate.

Recent Trail Work!

This spring, we’ve been focused on clearing down trees. In the last couple of weeks alone, our sawyers have cleared more than two-dozen trees from trails melting out. If you come across any while you’re out riding, let us know by shooting us an email at and include the location, approximate size of tree and a photo if possible.

Above: Before and after of clearing trees in the Gunmount area.

Additionally, our paid crew has been fixing some remaining dozer damage from last year’s Caldor Fire suppression efforts around Angora Ridge.

Above: Our paid crew cleaning up dozer damage near Angora Ridge.