Save the Date! Don’t miss the opening night of the Museum of Sierra Ski History Museum’s exhibit on the history of skiing and winter sports at Granlibakken Tahoe! Did you know that Granlibakken Tahoe is one of California’s oldest continuously operated ski areas, and that it was host to the western trials for ski jumping and cross-country skiing for the 1932 Winter Olympics? Learn about this and much more at the opening night of the Museum of Sierra Ski History on November 13, 2015! Details: Opens November 13, from 6:00–7:00 PM, with a brief ceremony at 6:45 Appetizers and refreshments included Address: Museum of Sierra Ski History and 1960 Winter Olympics, Boatworks Mall, 760 N Lake Blvd, Second Floor, Tahoe City, CA 96145 We will see you there!
Ancient Ski History through the 1700’s
Ski History from Ancient times through the 1700’s
Longboards to the Olympics
Take a tour of “A Century of Tahoe Winter Sports” by Author Mark McLaughlin
Story of the 1960 Winter Olympics
Learn why the 1960 Olympics were a “Snowball’s Chance” told through the book of David C. Antonucci
The Bill Briner Photo Collection
See the remarkable Olympic Photo Collection of Bill Briner
Best of Tahoe
Learn about the Tahoe regions Ski Heroes from the 1800’s to Today!