Category Archives: skiing Lake Tahoe

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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Northstar California ski resort closing today

Northstar California opened in November and today (April 15) will be offering skiing and snowboarding for the final time this season. Northstar California and seven other Lake Tahoe ski resorts will be closing Sunday in what was an up-and-down 2017-18 ski season. [caption id="attachment_8047" align="alignright" width="237"] Northstar California and...
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Sugar Bowl ski resort adds Power Alliance for passholders

Sugar Bowl ski resort is Lake Tahoe is adding more value for is season passholders with access to the Power Alliance for the 2018-19 season. Starting next winter, Sugar Bowl Unrestricted season passholders for skiing and snowboarding will have access to the Powder Alliance, giving them three days at each participating resort where midweek tickets...
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Eight Lake Tahoe ski resorts closing this weekend

One ski resort has already shut down for the season and eight more Lake Tahoe ski resorts will close this weekend. Despite some fresh snow this week, Kirkwood Mountain will not reopen after being the first Lake Tahoe ski resort to close – April 8. Kirkwood will have plenty of company late Sunday afternoon (April 15) when...
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Heavenly, Homewood extend ski season

Thanks to the snowiest month of the season, both Heavenly Mountain and Homewood Mountain announced Tuesday that they would be extending their season by one week. [caption id="attachment_7991" align="alignright" width="300"] Homewood Mountain ski resort has received 331 inches of snow this season, much of it coming in March.[/caption] With more...
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Closing dates for Lake Tahoe ski resorts

Although considerable snow has fallen throughout March, many Lake Tahoe ski resorts will still be shutting down by mid-April, pulling down the curtain on their 2017-18 season. Kirkwood Mountain will be the first Lake Tahoe ski resort to close, its final day scheduled for Sunday, April 8. An additional six Lake Tahoe ski resorts, including Northstar...
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Squaw Valley announces Memorial Day closing

Thanks to a snowy month of March, Squaw Valley ski resort has announced it has plans of staying open until Memorial Day. [caption id="attachment_7963" align="alignright" width="300"] Closing day for Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows has been scheduled for May 28 (Memorial Day), weather and conditions permitting.[/caption] Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows...
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