Join us for the 40th Anniversary of the Tour of the California Alps – Death Ride on July 17, 2021. We had to make the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 event due to the impacts of COVID-19.
In 2021 we will be celebrating the 40th year of this iconic ride. Cyclists enjoy a serene mountain cycling experience, on 85% closed roads! Push your physical limits by choosing from two, four, or five HC climbs, and 15,000 feet in elevation gain. Lead this year by the team at Bike the West, riders are sure to enjoy a professional, fully supported ride, regardless of the distance they choose.
Visit http://www.deathride.com for registration, volunteer opportunities, event updates, and photos from previous years.
The Alpine County Visitors Guide goes to print every Spring, highlighting area businesses, natural wonders, historical points of interest, and recreation spots to over 10,000 potential visitors. This year’s deadline to have your business or organization listed is February 28, 2020. How do you secure your spot? By simply joining the Chamber!
A Chamber of Commerce membership is an opportunity to stretch your advertising dollars, build your customers’ confidence in the level of service they will get from your business, and drives business (and dollars) directly back into your community.
Business/organization listing in the annual Alpine County Visitors Guide, reaching an audience of 10,000+
Complimentary marketing and social mentions via Facebook and Instagram
Networking and business development opportunities at quarterly networking meetings
Monthly e-news with local events and promotions, member-only marketing opportunities, and business tips
Complimentary access to the Chamber’s bulk mailing permit
Complimentary access to the Chambers recycling and dumpster services
Business savings for services such as shipping, car rental, and more!
It’s a great time to be a Chamber member. Our staff are committed to finding ways to help extend your advertising dollars, bring business to the community, promote the cultural and natural resources of Alpine County to our visitors, and create a healthy, engaged community for businesses, families, and individuals to thrive. Your membership is an investment in your community.
The Alpine County Chamber of Commerce just launched an interactive scavenger hunt for visitors of all ages and ability levels to “Get Hooked On Alpine County.” From visiting and learning about area historical sites to logging a personal first against the backdrop of the “California Alps,” participants will not be at a loss for things […]
Alpine, Tuolumne, Mono and Inyo Counties – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announced today it has opened seasonal highways in the Sierra after completing necessary road repairs and removing winter snow and debris in preparation for the summer season. Click HERE to download the full CalTrans press release dated May 15, 2020. The opening […]
Special thanks to Irene Baldwin, Todd Branscombe, Dick James, Kirkwood Mountain Resort, Karen O'Neill, Vince Piercey Photography, Kim Smith, Sorensen's Resort, Debbi Waldear, Westworld Images, & Charlene Vine for the use of their photos.