Mid-week storms dumped nearly 2 feet of snow on the upper elevations around Lake Tahoe, where Sugar Bowl opens for its 75th season on Saturday and ski resorts up and down the Sierra are feeling much better about conditions than they did a week ago.
A trip to a winter wonderland can make this Christmas one you’ll never forget.
Storm after storm has put the Sierra in a high avalanche risk. Already this week, two have been deadly.
Ski resort operators are rejoicing after a string of storms brought an early winter to the Sierra Nevada just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday period.
There’s no snow up in the Sierras so resorts are getting creative to attract customers, offering ski packages for their limited runs, meal deals and more.
If you’re planning to make the trek to Lake Tahoe for New Year’s Eve this year, planning ahead will save you some major headaches. For a more intense party, you’ll want to be in the closed street in the “downtown” area in front of Harvey’s, Harrah’s, and MontBleu.