Eddy Starr Ancinas, is an award-winning freelance writer and author located in North Lake Tahoe. She received the SKADE Award from The International Ski History Association for Outstanding Book on Regional Ski History, has been a contributor to Skiing Heritage and has published an article on the 1960 Olympics for The Atlantic.
Eddy was a guide for the International Olympic Committee in Squaw Valley at the 1960 Olympics where she met her husband, a member of the Argentine Olympic Team. They raised their family in Alpine Meadows.
She is also a well-known travel writer specializing in Latin America travel including articles on Perú, writing the original Fodor’s Argentina Guide and updates on the Wine Regions and Patagonia chapters for six subsequent issues.
My lust for the open road and fascination for terra incognita has taken me and my camera up, down and over the Andes–on foot, skis and horseback–in Argentina, Chile, Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador.
Eddy’s travel articles and photographs have been published in the San Francisco Chronicle, The Boston Globe, LA Times and International Living, plus a 4-page piece on Argentina for the LA Times Magazine.
Eddy is a board member of the future Sierra Nevada Olympic Wintersports (SNOW) Museum scheduled for construction at the entrance to Squaw Valley.
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