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T+L Reports: Lake Tahoe

The newest winter sports are as varied as snowflakes. Snowkiting pairs a board or skis with a parachute-like apparatus. All you need is a small...

The BBQ Circuit | T+L Golf

Bring an appetite—and your clubs—to these savory summer festivals

America's Coolest Ghost Towns

Old mines, abandoned buildings, and the occasional curse: ghost towns cover the United States, and they make for a fun detour.

Old Brockway Golf Course

Carved out of towering pines on the lake’s northern shore lies the little course where the Crosby Clambake was born

Family Values Spring 2008

1. Port Angeles, Wash. Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort 866/476-5382; visitsolduc.com; ask for the Spring at the Springs package. What’s Included A four-person cabin in...

First LEED-Built Ritz-Carlton Opens

With so many people—and companies—“going green” these days, it’s hard to know who’s in the Eco Revolution for real. When it comes to buildings, however,...

Winter in North Lake Tahoe

Straddling the California-Nevada border in the pine-covered Sierra Nevada, Lake Tahoe is one of this country's favorite winter playgrounds. The numbers alone are thrilling: more...

America's Best Small Ski Towns

Skip the big mountain resorts; these five communities have authentic snowbound charm.

Play Away: Reno Renewed

Incline Village, Reno, NVOpening: May.Forty years of steady play and heavy snows will test even the strongest backbone, but the Championship course at Incline Village...

Hotels Haunted by Celebrities

From Marilyn Monroe to Janis Joplin, celebrity spirits that have taken up residence in hotels across America.
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