Category Archives: skiing Lake Tahoe

Mt. Rose ski resort opening Oct. 19

This has become an annual occurrence. Mt. Rose will once again be the first Lake Tahoe ski resort to open for the 2018-19 season, running its lifts for the first time Friday, Oct. 19. Thanks to continued investments that have expanded the resort’s snowmaking system, Mt. Rose will offer access to three beginner ski trails...
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Sugar Bowl adding new snowmaking system

A new snowmaking system is among the improvements Sugar Bowl ski resort is making this offseason. Located a short drive off Interstate 80 at the Norden exit, Sugar Bowl has been gearing up this summer for the 2018-19 season. The grand vision is beginning to unfold as ground is breaking and snowmaking pipe is being...
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Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows opening Nov. 16

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows announced early this week its plans for opening for the 2018-19 season Friday, Nov. 16, weather permitting. The 2017-18 season at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows saw 411 inches of snow and a Memorial Day closing, continuing its tradition of hosting Lake Tahoe’s longest ski and snowboarding season. [caption id="attachment_8280" align="alignright" width="253"]Read more

Mt. Rose ski resort to improve snowmaking

Mt. Rose ski resort near Lake Tahoe is making a significant investment in improving its snowmaking capability for the 2018-19 ski season. Located 25 minutes from Reno, Mt. Rose is in the midst of another $2 million in capital projects, designed to improve its mountain facilities and enhance the overall guest experience at the resort...
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Vail Resorts’ season pass offers summer perks

Vail Resorts' season pass includes more than just access to the mountains for skiing and snowboarding. It also involves considerable perks this summer. In the Lake Tahoe area, Vail Resorts operates Heavenly Mountain, Northstar California and Kirkwood Mountain. [caption id="attachment_8129" align="alignright" width="300"] The Heavenly Coaster is part of the summer...
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Mt. Rose ski resort closing April 29

A ski season that started in November ends this weekend for Mt. Rose ski resort. Located in Nevada but still considered a Lake Tahoe ski resort, Mt. Rose ski resort will be offering skiing and snowboarding until Sunday (April 29), its season-finale. [caption id="attachment_8057" align="alignright" width="300"] Mt. Rose ski...
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Mt Rose ski resort offering spring skiing deals

If skiing or snowboarding is still on your personal agenda, Mt. Rose ski resort has some spring skiing deals as the season winds down for Lake Tahoe ski resorts. One of three Lake Tahoe ski resorts still open, Mt. Rose ski resort is offering savings on lift tickets for as much as $46 per day, if...
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Squaw Valley receives 8 inches of new snow

One day after eight Lake Tahoe ski resorts closed for the 2017-18 season, skiers and snowboarders were enjoying a powder day after 8 inches of fresh snow dropped on Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows. [caption id="attachment_8055" align="alignright" width="300"] It was another powder day at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, which received...
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Sierra-at-Tahoe holding Customer Appreciation Day

For season passholders at Sierra-at-Tahoe ski resort, an extra day to enjoy the snow has been set aside. Sierra-at-Tahoe will hold Customer Appreciation Day on Monday, April 16. This event is dedicated to loyal Sierra customers, and gives skiers and snowboarders a last chance to enjoy sunshine in the snow before switching gears to summer. For...
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