''DeRailed'' part of the Truckee Artistic Bike Rack Project, was created by artist Bernie LaForest of Striker Forge and is made of repurposed rail steel.
Pacos is the premiere bicycle and nordic ski shop in the Sierra Nevada conveniently located right next to Donner Lake in Truckee, California.
Internationally renowned mountain resort that spans 6,000+ skiable acres. Features slopeside lodging, year-round dining & shopping in The Village at Squaw Valley, 14 easy-to-navigate mountain zones.
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Building Communities is a public art project that includes original pieces of the east span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge. It is now
the Kids Train Platform located at Truckee Regional Park.
''High Iron'' by Bernie LaForest of Striker Forge is the most vertical in the Truckee Artistic Bike Rack project. The sculpture is made of rail steel and was commissioned by the Town of Truckee.
''Martis Sculpture'' was created by artist Anton Standteiner of The Mountain Forge. The flow and style of the sculpture was designed to honor the Native American people who once inhabited Martis Valley.
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Truckee’s contemporary fine art resource for collectors and designers. We offer a fresh selection of art from many of the regions premier artists for the modern mountain home.
The American Pika is a symbol of mountain fortitude and adaptability. And, it’s the hallmark of our company mission, inspiring people to get outdoors and to recreate responsibly.
''Uplifted'' is part of Truckee Public Arts Commission's Art Bike Rack Project. It was designed by Karin Johnson and created by Karin Johnson and Jewelz Vaio. It sits at the corner of Trout Creek Park
Mountain Flowers sculpture stands 16-18 feet high in the roundabout across from the Truckee Donner Community Center on Donner Pass Road.
A popular local recreation spot, four miles from downtown Truckee with single track and dirt roads weaving through the woods and around the reservoir. Camping is available at the north end.
Authentic old-world cucina Italiana in the heart of downtown Truckee. Open 7 days a week. Outside winter dining and takeout.
Welcome to PlumpJack Inn, a cozy, lodge-like resort located near the north shore of Lake Tahoe. Plump Jack Cafe will reopen in December.
Positively Rolling empowers these young men with social-emotional skills and traits which facilitate their transition into well-balanced, respectful, and resilient young adults in their community.
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Prosser Campground is located on Prosser Reservoir in the Tahoe National Forest with 23 campsites for tents/RVs (no hookups) among Jeffrey pine and fir trees. It also has two group sites.
''The Feather'' is part of the Truckee Artistic Bike Rack Project by TPAC. It was designed by Lauren Bello Okerman and is made of powdercoated steel.
Twenty-five miles of variable level unmarked trails follow roads along Pole Creek and Silver Creek drainages for hiking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing--closed to motorized vehicles.
The McConkey Eagle was created by Hansi Standteiner as a memorial tribute to professional skier Shane McConkey after Shane’s untimely death in a ski-base accident in 2009.
Pacific Crest Coffee Company is a sustainably minded business that strives to produce and supply high quality, energizing and refreshing ingredients that enhance any experience.
Community As Ecosystem is a mural measuring 11 ft. high by 16 using sepia tones, reclaimed Lake Tahoe pier wood, donors are represented by cut animal shapes and forged iron environmental elements.
''Locomotion'' was created by local kinetic artist Fred Besch. The ''giant bike'' sculpture can be found in the plaza west of the historic Flying A building.