Coronavirus Update: Heavenly, Kirkwood, Northstar Ski Resorts Closing For Rest Of SeasonVail Resorts said Tuesday that it will keep its North American resorts, three of which are in the Lake Tahoe area, closed for the rest of the ski season because of the coronavirus.
Skiers Hit The Slopes On Mount RoseThe Halloween candy isn’t even gone yet and ski season is starting in Tahoe.
Sierra Ski Season Gets UnderwayA man-made blizzard covered the slopes of the Boreal resort early Friday, a sure sign that the Sierra ski season is about to get underway.
Warm Winter Projection Could Hurt Ski Season, Drought RecoveryHistoric rainfall totals in December edged Northern California above normal rainfall for this time of year, a rarity during the state’s 3-year drought, but while the long-range rain projections continue to look promising, expectations of warm weather ahead could mean we’ll end up with another disappointing year for Sierra snow.
Boreal Resort Opening Signals Start Of Sierra Ski SeasonIt might not feel like it in the Bay Area, but winter is on its way and it’s bringing ski and snowboard season along for the ride.
First Snowfall Of Season Reported At Tahoe ResortsThe operators of Heavenly and Krikwood resorts in Lake Tahoe reports as much as an inch of snow was recorded overnight, the first measurable snow of the coming ski season.
Monster Snowpack In Tahoe Makes For Longer Ski SeasonA monster snowpack will keep skiers and snowboarders on the slopes longer than usual in the Sierra Nevada.
Several Feet Of Snow Set Up Sierra Ski Resorts For Holiday WeekendSki resorts in the Sierra Nevada are reporting some of the biggest snowfall totals in years, including one near Lake Tahoe that says it got nearly 9 feet over five days.