TRUCKEE, Calif. (AP) — A member of a Sierra ski resort’s patrol team who was injured after being caught in an avalanche has died — the second death connected to avalanches that occurred in the […]
A member of the Alpine Meadows Ski Patrol injured in a triggered avalanche Monday morning.
An Alpine Meadows ski instructor died Tuesday after she hit a rock during a run over the weekend.
Feb. 29 only comes around every four years. To celebrate Leap Year, Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows are offering $29 lift tickets Wednesday. Quantities are limited and you must pre-purchase.
Whether 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 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.
The search continues this morning for a snowboarder missing in the Sierra. Shawnte Marie Willis was last seen Tuesday near Alpine Meadows.
Adverse weather conditions have forced rescue crews to pull out of the search for a Placer County snowboarder who went missing near Alpine Meadows yesterday.
Residents 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.
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