Home > News > Business > North Tahoe resorts open new ski terrain

North Tahoe resorts open new ski terrain

By ThisIsReno

NORTH LAKE TAHOE NEWS RELEASE

North Lake Tahoe logoNORTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif./Nev.  — New snow and cold temperatures have allowed North Lake Tahoe ski resorts to open new ski terrain ahead of another snowstorm forecast to drop more than a foot of snow tonight and Saturday morning.

Sugar Bowl Resort opens for the season tomorrow with top-to-bottom skiing and riding on Mt. Lincoln Express and Nob Hill. The Donner Summit resort reported 10 inches of new snow out of Tuesday’s snowstorm and forecasters predict the resort could receive more than a foot and a half of fresh snow from a Friday night and Saturday storm that could have skiers and riders making deep powder turns on the first day of Sugar Bowl’s ski season.

Northstar has expanded its ski terrain and today added the Comstock chairlift to its list of six chairlifts currently operating. The resort also plans to open the backside of the mountain soon. Squaw Valley opens Red Dog chairlift Friday, adding to the seven lifts currently spinning, including Searchlight and Gold Coast. Boreal Mountain Resort is open to the top with terrain park features, including jibs and jumps. Mt. Rose starts spinning the Northwest Magnum six high-speed chairlift offering groomed runs top to bottom today.

Tuesday’s snow came with very cold temperatures, allowing North Tahoe ski resorts to run their snowmaking systems continuously. Cold temperatures continue through the weekend, giving ski resorts an opportunity to continue building the snow base and open even more terrain.

North Tahoe has five ski resorts open this weekend: Northstar, Squaw Valley, Sugar Bowl, Boreal and Mt. Rose. Alpine Meadows and Homewood Mountain Resort plan to open Dec. 13.

About North Lake Tahoe

For more information about North Lake Tahoe, visit www.gotahoenorth.com. And for the best bargains, including lodging, check out the “Cool Deals” tab, which is updated daily. North LakeTahoe is a 45-minute drive from the Reno Tahoe International Airport, two hours from Sacramento International Airport and just over three hours from San Francisco International Airport. Visitor information centers are located at 100 North Lake Boulevard in Tahoe City and 969 Tahoe Boulevard in Incline Village. North Lake Tahoe is currently in the running for Best Ski Destination for10Best and USA Today, vote here: http://bit.ly/1bdCkds