Another Sierra Ski Resort Delays Opening Due To Dry WeatherThe Sugar Bowl Resort at Lake Tahoe has postponed the start of ski season, becoming the third resort in the region to delay their opening days due to uncooperative weather.
Missing Snowboarder Rescued Near Sugar Bowl ResortThe Tahoe Nordic Search and Rescue Team found a missing snowboarder early Friday morning.
Nearly All Tahoe Resorts Opening This Week During StormThe incoming holiday snowstorm is allowing most Sierra resorts to open for the season this week.
Several Lake Tahoe Resorts Set Opening Dates, Mt. Rose Aiming For October 25Several Lake Tahoe resorts already set opening days for the 2019-2020 season, just months after closing for the 2018-2019 season.
Second Time's A Charm — Sugar Bowl To Open Nov. 30After trying and failing to open a week early, Sugar Bowl ski resort will open for the season Friday with at least a foot of fresh snow.
'We Gave It Our Best Shot': Sugar Bowl Tries To Open Early, Rain Pushes Back DateTwo feet of fresh snow prompted the resort to move up their opening date until rain dampened their plans.
After 3 Days Of Searching, No Sign Of Missing Ski InstructorThe search for a ski instructor who went missing at a Northern California ski resort has been suspended until morning, following a day hampered by bad weather.
Ski Instructor Missing At Sugar Bowl Ski ResortCarson May, 23, was last seen skiing at the resort on Thursday afternoon.
Best Ski Slopes For Kids Near SacramentoThe capital city rarely sees a snowflake, but local families are just a short drive away from peaks that are perfect for skiing. There is even the Burton Star Wars Experience, so your mini Jedi can use the force to get into snowboarding.
Snowboarder Dies At Sugar Bowl Ski ResortA snowboarded was killed Monday at Sugar Bowl Ski Resort, according to a resort spokesman.
Boy Critical After Falling 60 Feet From Sugar Bowl Ski LiftA 7-year-old boy is in critical condition after he fell from a chairlift at Sugar Bowl Ski Resort on Sunday, according to resort marketing manager John Monson.