Reopening: Tahoe Ski Resorts Prepare For First Season Of COVID Era; 'Social Distancing Is Already There' They fired up the snow cannons last week at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows as the Lake Tahoe area ski resorts prepare for the industry's first season under COVID-19 safety measures.
Sugar Bowl Resort Suspending Season Pass Sales Citing COVID-19 ConcernsSugar Bowl ski resort announced Tuesday that it is suspending pass sales for the upcoming winter ski and snowboard season due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Spring Storms Dump Several Feet Of Snow On Coronavirus-Shuttered Sierra Ski ResortsA pair of Spring storm fronts swept through the Sierra over the weekend and on Monday morning, forcing travelers to use chains on mountain passes on I-80 and Highway 50 and blanketing the region with as much as 3 feet of new snow at the higher elevations.
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.
Coronavirus Update: Tahoe's Heavenly, Kirkwood, Northstar; Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows Ski Resorts Close DownVail Resorts announced Saturday they were shutting down operations at their ski areas around the country including Heavenly Valley, Kirkwood and Northstar in the Lake Tahoe area for at least a week because of the growing coronavirus outbreak.
Lawsuit Challenges Northstar Tahoe Ski Resort's New Parking FeesTwo season pass holders at a Lake Tahoe-area ski resort have filed a lawsuit against the resort's owner over new parking fees they say were unjustly imposed.
Parts of Yosemite to Remain Open for Skiing Through Mid-AprilYosemite National Park officials say parts of the park will remain open for skiing and snowshoeing two weeks longer than usual.
Sierra Winter: 50 Feet Of Snow; Skiing In JulyAnother storm front rolled through the Lake Tahoe region Wednesday, dumping as much as a foot or more of new snow in the higher elevations, adding to the historic totals left behind by February's wintry onslaught.
Measure Limiting Short-Term Rentals Sparks Debate In South Lake TahoeA battle over short term rentals in South Lake Tahoe made the ballot, but now, the voters' decision is partly on hold thanks to the continued debate.
Skiers Hit The Slopes On Mount RoseThe Halloween candy isn’t even gone yet and ski season is starting in Tahoe.
Rainy Bay Area Morning Commute; Sierra Prepares For Snowy OnslaughtA low pressure system parked off the California coast early Tuesday, sent bands of intense downpours into the Bay Area, slowing the morning commute and triggering more than a dozen traffic accidents.
Winter Storm Dramatically Increases Sierra Snow PackState water officials called the latest snow pack survey "very encouraging" Monday after a winter storm front dumped up to eight feet of snow in the higher elevations of the Sierra.
Star Spangled Day At The Winter OlympicsReno's David Wise, the women's hockey and cross country teams all won gold Wednesday and alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin collected a silver medal in the most successful day so far for the U.S. team at the Winter Olympics.
Mikaela Shiffrin's Olympic Story Far From OverAs Olympic favorite in the women's slalom, Shiffrin failed to medal, but she can still contend in downhill and combined.
Lindsey Vonn Moved To Tears Over Memory Of Late GrandfatherShe was moved to tears over the memory of her late grandfather, but Lindsey Vonn vowed to win gold in honor of the man she calls her ski racing inspiration at PyeongChang 2018.