Ever wonder what happens to the piles of clothes and gear that get lost on the ski slopes? Two Walnut Creek teenagers came up with an idea that snowballed.
A few hours drive east of the Bay Area and we’ve got access to awesome winter sports and some of the most gorgeous views in the world. Hit the slopes!
Squaw Valley officials reported on Friday that the unidentified man died around 11 a.m. on the west face of KT-22.
The National Weather Service issued travel advisories for higher elevations, where up to 2 feet of snow was expected. Snow plows are in operation above 4,500 feet on Interstate 80 and chains are required.
A skier died at the Sierra-At-Tahoe ski resort Sunday afternoon after falling into a deep hole, according to resort officials.
Vail Resorts, parent company of Heavenly Valley and Northstar ski resorts in Lake Tahoe, has purchased Tahoe’s Kirkwood Mountain Resort for $18 million.
A professional skier from Santa Cruz using a specialized safety backpack survived getting caught in an avalanche near Seattle that killed three other skiers.
As Fourth of July weekend kicks off, people across the West are donning shorts, bikini tops and Hawaiian shirts — and then they’re hitting the slopes.
A search team has recovered the body of a Bay Area skier from a Northern California resort.
The latest in a string of powerful storms dropped heavy snow and caused widespread traffic delays Friday in the Lake Tahoe area.