Preparing for Tahoe Ski Season

Preparing for the Tahoe Ski Season

Preparing for Tahoe Ski Season

The first day of fall may have just passed, but with some of the first flurries being seen at Mt. Rose, people are already talking about the upcoming ski season. After receiving 493 inches at Mt. Rose and 623 inches of snow at Sugar Bowl Resort during the 2018 – 2019 season, it’s easy to see why there would be rumblings and rumors of what the 2019 – 2020 season holds for skiers and snowboarders alike. For a look at when the resorts around the area will be opening up for the season, check out the list below:


Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe – October 25
As Reno’s go-to resort, Mt. Rose has put in a ton of money into bettering their ticketing system as well as their snow machines. $1.5 million was invested in on-mountain improvements, so check them out for yourself.


Boreal Mountain – November 8
Boreal has made a ton of updates that will allow them to offer hands-free ticketing and make checking in and getting on the lifts easier than ever. If you’re ever up near Donner Summit, be sure to check out these slopes!


Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows – November 15
Time is of the essence, which is why Squaw Valley put in a $10 million Treeline Cirque chairlift to get skiers and riders to their destination faster than ever.


Heavenly Mountain – November 22
If you have an open Sunday, you’ll want to head to the resort straddling the Nevada and California border. With the amazing deals they offer for guests staying Sundays, you may just have to call into work on Monday.


Northstar California – November 22
Take a bite out of Northstar! This resort just outside of Lake Tahoe offers some great cuisine with an updated pub-style menu. Put in some time on the slopes and at the dinner table.


Preparing for Tahoe Ski Season

Kirkwood Mountain – November 27
If you like to go off the beaten path, ask about Expedition: Kirkwood. You’re sure to grab some great skills and explore some of the areas that aren’t open to just anyone.


Sugar Bowl Resort – November 29
Phase one of a large project to clean up the terrain and produce better snow has just wrapped. It’s part of a multi-year, $8 million project, so it’ll be interesting to see what this season has in store for visitors.


Diamond Peak – December 12
Put the snow quality at Diamond Peak to the test! The resort has added a new PistenBully 400 ParkPro snowcat and is unleashing four new TechnoAlpin TR8 snow guns to ensure everyone has a great season.


Tahoe Donner – December 13
Tahoe Donner is a classic and a great pit stop for anyone in and around Truckee to visit!


We hope you’re prepping your snowboards, and practicing your form, because it’s sure to be a great season. Stay safe out there, and if you or someone you know are looking to buy or sell a home, give our team a call!


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