Wednesday, April 4th, 2018 ..NOW THROUGH THE WEEKEND… Mild weather is expected through Thursday. A few light showers are possible today and Thursday, mainly well north of Interstate 80. A strong atmospheric river will impact northeast California and western Nevada Friday into Saturday, bringing periods of moderate to heavy rain, high elevation snow, gusty winds, and concerns for flooding along rivers … Continue reading “Tahoe – Mammoth – April 04, 2018”

Starting from the main lodge (8,260'), you're launched into nearly 1,500 vertical feet in just three and a half minutes. The reward? Panoramic views… spectacular Lake Tahoe to the west, the entire state of Nevada to the east. But the real payoff begins as you descend into nearly 1,200 acres of some of the Sierra's … Continue reading “Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe”

It has been a while since we updated this outlook. When paying full attention to the Tahoe area, which I have been watching weather patterns for since the 1970’s, no one is more accurate in their forecasts of weather events/ timing/ snow totals, including in the long range. We gained quite a reputation for our … Continue reading “LONG RANGE FORECAST – JAN 05, 2019”

We have the highest base elevation for any major ski resort in the Lake Tahoe area. Kirkwood also has the most snowfall this season for any resort in the Sierra. The mountain is often frequented by pro riders and skiers because the terrain is the most diverse of the local ski resorts. You can spend … Continue reading “Kirkwood Mountain Resort”

Diamond Peak has Tahoe’s fourth largest vertical of 1,840 feet. The longest run is 2.5 miles but is mainly composed of shorter exhilarating runs that sport unbelievable views of Lake Tahoe. Check out The Glades for the most unbelievable tree skiing. You can find fresh powder days after snow storms. Indulge yoursefl in Solitude Canyon … Continue reading “Diamond Peak”