3 People Quickly Rescued After Avalanche In Alpine MeadowsAn avalanche buried a couple of cars and damaged a building in the Alpine Meadows area.
Boarders, Businesses Hope For Snowy Season As Weather ChangesBoarders and businesses are optimistic for a snowy season. While the cold weather is coming, thousands were getting ready to hit the slopes at the Sacramento Ski and Snowboard Festival Sunday.
Squaw Valley CEO Andy Wirth Injures Arm In Skydiving AccidentWirth was on the CBS hit reality show Undercover Boss to try and improve the resorts earlier this year. He donned a mullet while he worked as a snowboard instructor, terrain park crew member, in ski patrol, and even in maintenance.
Veteran Alpine Meadows Ski Patrol Member Killed By Avalanche
Alpine Meadows Ski Patroller Injured In Triggered AvalancheA member of the Alpine Meadows Ski Patrol injured in a triggered avalanche Monday morning.
Alpine Meadows Ski School Instructor Dies After Hitting Rock During RunAn Alpine Meadows ski instructor died Tuesday after she hit a rock during a run over the weekend.
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Guide to Tahoe Skiing and SnowboardingWhether you’re a novice skier or seasoned veteran, a weekend warrior or a midweek snow bunny, when you’re looking for places to ski and snowboard in Sacramento, the nearby Tahoe area beckons from just up Interstate 80.
Squaw Valley And Alpine Meadows Are Joining ForcesSquaw Valley USA, the iconic Lake Tahoe-area resort that has been home to some of the country’s top downhill skiers, is joining operations with neighboring Alpine Meadows in a deal to be announced Tuesday.
Tragic End To Search For Missing SnowboarderThe search continues this morning for a snowboarder missing in the Sierra. Shawnte Marie Willis was last seen Tuesday near Alpine Meadows.
Ground Search For Snowboarder Called Off For WeatherAdverse weather conditions have forced rescue crews to pull out of the search for a Placer County snowboarder who went missing near Alpine Meadows yesterday.
Best Ski Resorts In The SierraResidents of Sacramento never have to shovel snow, but the city’s proximity to Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada means great skiing and riding is less than two hours away.