It’s true – winter has arrived, in the form of a generous storm that has gifted the Ski Lake Tahoe resorts with a LOT of snow this week! The seven ski resorts are reporting snow totals of 14-36 inches, and a few ski resorts have announced the start of snowmaking operations. If that’s not enough, Squaw Valley will be open for skiing and riding on Thursday, October 25 from 10 am – 2 pm, allowing snow-hungry skiers and riders to get their early season fix.
Oct 23rd 2012
Last night’s storm brought snow to the higher elevations! Our friends at Heavenly were kind enough to send us these snow photos.
Winter is clearly back, so it's time to start thinking about planning that 2012-13 Lake Tahoe ski vacation. Got your Lake Tahoe Six-Pack tickets yet? They are still available, but not for too much longer, so don't delay. We'd hate to hear you missed out on Lake Tahoe's best lift ticket deal.
In the meantime, we'll keep thinking snow - and hope you do too.
Oct 12th 2012
As the saying goes, April showers bring fresh powder – or something like that...
Apr 12th 2012
March is a month known for its generous storms, and is sometimes referred to as Miracle March. This year it definitely earned that title. Big storms hit Lake Tahoe last week, leaving between 50-109 inches (that's NINE FEET!) of snow at the Ski Lake Tahoe resorts!
Mar 19th 2012
It’s true! Mother Nature has delivered, generously dumping feetfuls of powder on the 7 Ski Lake Tahoe resorts. While it’s still snowing as of this writing, current storm totals range between 27-60 inches of new snow, or between 2-5 feet of new snow!
This is fantastic news for the ski resorts, which are opening more terrain and lifts every day. But don't take our word for it - check out the latest videos we've seen posted from the resorts this weekend!
Jan 23rd 2012
This is what the folks are saying about conditions up at Mt. Rose! With 4 out of the 7 lifts spinning and more terrain opening regularly, people are raving about what great snow Mt. Rose has. Mt. Rose continues to open up more terrain and with cooler temperatures, Mt. Rose is able to run the snow guns practically non-stop!
Dec 22nd 2011