Patty Baird, owner of The Cedar House and Tahoe Trips & Trails, was on site to welcome guests and encourage all those present to tap into their own spirit of adventure during the event which raised funds for Adventure Risk Challenge, the life enhancing outdoor leadership and literacy program for teens.
“I was thrilled to receive the news of last night's success. $1,000 will absolutely help us this year,” shared Sarah Cupery Ottley, Director of Adventure Risk Challenge. “We are in desperate need of new sleeping bags and have only hit dead ends in seeking in-kind donations…so, very likely, thanks to you all [Tahoe Trips & Trails], our participants will be warmer and drier in the backcountry this summer.”
Next up: “The Mind, Heart and Soles of Thru-hikers”
Love outdoor adventures and connecting with like-minded folks? Wonder what it's really like to be a triple crowner – someone who has hiked the complete Pacific Crest, Appalachian and Continental Divide trails? Then don’t miss “The Mind, Heart and Soles of Thru-hikers” on Tuesday, June 17 at The Cedar House Sport Hotel. The event, complete with a short film created by PCT thru-hikers and engaging panel of avid adventurer, is designed to make you laugh, think, connect and completely enjoy an evening out. Tickets, $20, are available at TahoeTrips.com.
Should you buy in advance?
Why, yes! You’ll be entered into a drawing for dinner at Stella.