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The Sierra Sees Record-Breaking Snowpacks This Season!

The Sierra Sees Record-Breaking Snowpacks This Season!

by Rose Marie Cleese

The snowfall records in the Sierra this season have been falling faster than the snow! To date, the ever-so-light snow that’s been falling by the foot has piled up to amounts that exceed resorts’ season totals, and it’s only mid-March… Read More →

5 Regions Buried in Snow Right Now

5 Regions Buried in Snow Right Now

by Eric Wagnon

The first half of January 2017 was bountiful to say the least for skiers and boarders in the West. For those tasked with shoveling and plowing snow, it’s been simply exhausting. Snowfall numbers that are usually associated with inches were… Read More →

All Out Blizzard in Tahoe

All Out Blizzard in Tahoe

by Open Snow

This article was originally posted on OpenSnow.com by Bryan Allegretto. Summary Cold and Snowy weather continues through Thursday. Today into tonight we have heavy snowfall and high winds with blizzard conditions. Snow levels may come up just above lake level this… Read More →

Big, High-Elevation Snow Forecasted For Tahoe This Weekend!

Big, High-Elevation Snow Forecasted For Tahoe This Weekend!

by Arielle Gordon-Rowe

Tahoe Skiers: This is not a drill! Dust off your disco-sticks, slap on some skins, and head up to high-elevations for some Halloween pow. According to a Special Weather Statement issued by NOAA, Reno, NV, two hefty storms are slated… Read More →

What are the oldest ski areas in the U.S.?

What are the oldest ski areas in the U.S.?

by Eric Wagnon

Defining the oldest U.S. ski areas can be a little challenging. The sport’s pioneers would often just gather to trudge up a local hill and then slide down. They were too busy skiing to write down when they first gathered…. Read More →

PHOTOS: Up To 12″ of October Snow At These 11 Ski Resorts

PHOTOS: Up To 12″ of October Snow At These 11 Ski Resorts

by Kris Kendall

Last week the internet was abuzz with predictions of October snow that could total up in feet for certain parts of Western North America. The Atmospheric River, which was actually the remnants of Typhoon Songda, has come and gone leaving much… Read More →

8 Photos of September Snow That Prove Winter IS Coming

8 Photos of September Snow That Prove Winter IS Coming

by RoseAnne Moises

Rockin’ white after Labor Day, as we’ve all heard, is a huge fashion faux-pas…except when Mother Nature does it. From light dustings to surprisingly impressive dumps, several mountains across North America have already been experiencing their first flakes of snow… Read More →

The Most Beautiful Mountains On The Planet?

The Most Beautiful Mountains On The Planet?

by Jules Older

I asked, What are the most beautiful mountains on Planet Earth? Not the best snow, not the best grooming — the most beautiful. And you answered. Boy, did you answer. Here’s what you said: Banff, Cambodia, Chile, Colorado, Jasper, Massachusetts, New… Read More →

Here’s Arguably The Best Way To Get to Tahoe From SF

Here’s Arguably The Best Way To Get to Tahoe From SF

by Audi on demand

SPONSORED CONTENT We get it… There’s no better way to kick-off the year and get through the post-holiday lull than with a trip up to Tahoe, especially when El Niño is working in your favor. You round up some friends,… Read More →

Q&A with Andy Wirth: Base-To-Base Gondola To Connect Squaw Valley & Alpine Meadows

Q&A with Andy Wirth: Base-To-Base Gondola To Connect Squaw Valley & Alpine Meadows

by Eric Wagnon

The corporate owner of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows resorts announced an agreement today with private landowner Troy Caldwell that will likely connect the two California ski areas. Pending local government and U.S. Forest Service approval, Squaw Valley Ski Holdings plans to build a… Read More →