Sierra Braces For First Major Snow StormA cold front continued its march toward Northern California Wednesday, packing gusty winds, intense downpours and the promise of dumping nearly 3 feet of snow on the ski resorts around Lake Tahoe.
Squaw Valley Plans To Stay Open Past 4th Of JulySquaw Valley resort announced Wednesday that it would stay open well into summer, past the 4th of July for the first time ever.
Fireworks, Skiing In Tahoe On The FourthWhen you think about celebrating the Fourth Of July, thoughts turn to fireworks and backyard barbeques but not really taking a run down a Lake Tahoe ski slope.
2 Skiers Dead In Separate Weekend Accidents At Lake Tahoe ResortsTwo skiers were killed over the weekend in accidents on the slopes of Lake Tahoe ski resorts, authorities said.
Weekend Storms Dump Heavy Snow On SierraHeavy snow has been falling in the Sierra this weekend.
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Sierra Skiers Rejoice After Storm Dumps 2 Feet, With More ExpectedThe early winter storm that has Sierra skiers’ spirits soaring blew across Nevada early Tuesday, dumping nearly 2 feet of snow on the northeast corner of the state, downing trees and power lines and temporarily closing a stretch of Interstate 80.
Lake Tahoe Ski Resort Moves Forward With Mountain Coaster And Other Summer Attractions To Offset Dismal Ski SeasonWith little snowfall for the last two winter seasons, business has fallen for Lake Tahoe’s ski resorts and one of them is already looking to the summer for new revenue as the U.S. Forest Service has tentatively approved a major plans to expand its summer attractions—including a mountain coaster. Some environmentalists, however, say it will have have an negative impact.