Lake Tahoe mountain fest includes recreational fun for all ages
This weekend’s lineup*
Saturday, June 20
8-9 a.m., Lakeshore Yoga: Begin your day with yoga on the majestic shores of Lake Tahoe with local yogi Tammy Miller, presented by Prana.
9-11 a.m., Fun Run: Join 2014 Western States 100 Champion Stephanie Howe for a fun run on the Tahoe Rim Trail.
Noon to 5 p.m., Hoka One One Trail Shoe Demo: Come out and try the hottest trail and road shoes on the market.
7:30 p.m., Managing Mountain Risk: A night of mountain adventure with world-class rock climber, BASE jumper and wingsuit flyer, and Prana Ambassador Steph Davis.
Sunday, June 21
8-9 a.m., Lakeshore Yoga: Begin your day with yoga on the majestic shores of Lake Tahoe with Jenna Minnes of The Yoga Room, presented by Prana.
8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Donner Summit 20-Miler: A 20-mile trail running tour of Donner Summit including the Donner Rim Trail, Warren Lake, and Negro Canyon, presented by Donner Party Mountain Runners.
9-10:30 a.m., Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga: Begin your day with a beginner SUP yoga class with Crystal Robertson, presented by Le Grand Adventures.
9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Rubicon Trail Hike: Join Tahoe Wilderness Adventures for a scenic natural history hike along Lake Tahoe’s famous Rubicon Trail. Presented by Lowa Boots.
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Guided trail runs, stand-up paddleboard clinics and daily yoga sessions will all be part of this summer’s Alpenglow Mountain Festival, which begins this Saturday and runs through June 28.
The nine-day festival in North Lake Tahoe is a celebration of human-powered events, clinics, presentations and more.
“Geared toward beginner and intermediate mountain sports enthusiasts, the event will showcase some of the best activities Lake Tahoe has to offer, including trail running, hiking, yoga, stand-up paddleboarding and natural history events,” said Brendan Madigan, owner of Tahoe City-based Alpenglow Sports, who coordinates the third-annual event.
The festival also includes a fun run with Western States Endurance Run champion Stephanie Howe; an overnight backpacking trip through Desolation Wilderness; the Trails in Motion trail running film tour; a screening of JB Benna/Journey Films “The Long Haul” and “Unbreakable;” movies about extreme human feats on the John Muir Trail; and BASE jumper Steph Davis presenting “Managing Mountain Risk.”
The majority of events are free and space is limited. Participants are encouraged to register online to assure spots.
Alpenglow Sports is an original California mountain shop that has provided locals and tourists with inspiration, local knowledge and the best equipment to enjoy the great outdoors for more than 35 years.
Note: There is limited capacity for all events, so reserve online. Some events require a fee. A complete events schedule and map of festival locations can be downloaded at alpenglowsports.com/festival.
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