7x7 Discovers the Lost Sierra: Abundant Nature, Mom-and-Pop Shops + a Frank Lloyd Wright–Designed Gem.
Plumas News features upcoming snow events.
Before refrigeration, ice harvesters worked on the frozen lakes of the Sierra, bringing back blocks of crystal cold to help people keep their food from spoiling.
Investigative reporter John Bartell from ABC 10.com features interesting Plumas County stories on Bartell's Backroads Interactive Map.
Not all trails are created equal especially when it comes to our four-legged hikers.
A recent weekend getaway brought the East Bay Times to Graeagle’s Chalet View Lodge, where the guest rooms offer picturesque views.
See what the San Francisco Chronical says about this breathtaking road trip.
This magical setting begins with engagement of our community farmers, ranchers, and artisans who provide the ingredients and inspiration for our culinary direction.
Camp California highlights horseback riding in Plumas County with all the stables, wranglers and resorts catering to trail rides.
Organizers of the 29th annual event revealed the third round of the 2019 High Sierra lineup, which includes Dispatch, Steel Pulse and Manic Focus.
Pack your boots and get out of town to the 7th annual Lost Sierra Hoedown at Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl September 19-22, 2019.
7th Annual Lake Almanor to Indian Valley Holiday Shopping Tour kicks off!
Up State CA Shasta-Cascade Wonderland Association highlights area wonders.
The Pumpkin Patch Express happens at the Western Pacific Railroad Museum October 19-20 and 26-27. Spooky fun for the whole family!
Riding the world’s best mountain bike trails are closer than you think. And if you’re looking for a trail within the top 10, then why go anywhere else when Mt Elwell in Plumas County?
What started as a dream for the Sierra Buttes Stewardship is now a mountain bike trail reality.
The Sierra Valley Art + Ag Trail is a free self-guided tour of market farms, working ranches and so much more!
50 adorable dogs on vacation, these top reader shots celebrate dogs’ free spirits, not to mention the beauty of the West.
It's a taste of Indian Valley's finest - food, fun and more!
Sacramento ABC News 10 investigative reporter John Bartell features famous cash register from Young’s Market in Taylorsville.
In short, Grinduro is just what the name suggests: Gravel Road Race + Mountain Bike-Style Enduro = one long loop of pavement and dirt, where finishing times aren’t based on overall loop time, but four timed segments.
Investigative reporter John Bartell of ABC News 10 gets up close with the snow blender.
Weekend getaway, or day trip – the town of Quincy has got something for everyone to discover.