Friday’s ski and board report for Sierra-at-Tahoe, Kirkwood and Heavenly
This report is for Friday, Feb. 15, 2008.
9 lifts open, 49 trails open.
Sunny with a high in the mid 40s.
Don’t forget your sunscreen and goggles.
Machine groomed, packed powder.
On Saturday there will be a boarder cross competition open to amateurs of all ages. Register between 8 and 9:45 a.m. in the Aspen Cafe. Call (530) 577-4760 for more information. President’s Day Flag hunt will be held on Saturday. Get the family together to form a team and head out on the mountain to look for red, white and blue. Winners get cool prizes and get to keep the treasure, Sierra’s Web site states. Meet on the Java deck at 11 a.m. Check out the VW art van featuring the artwork of a California snowboard artist. Free sandwich samples, stickers, coupons and more.
On Sunday don’t miss Sierra’s signature amateur event series showcasing local ski and snowboard talent on rails, quarterpipes and other features at the resort’s signature parks.
http://www.sierraattahoe.com or (530) 659-7453.
9 lifts operating, one to open later, 65 trails open, 37 trails groomed, 5 terrain parks open.
Mostly clear, high in the low 40s.
Highway 88 West/Carson Pass on the Tahoe side is open with no restriction; Highway 88/Carson Spur on the Jackson side is open with no restrictions.
More than 80 kilometers of groomed trails for skating, classic and snow-shoeing. Full moon trek on Saturday, Feb. 16.
Machine-groomed packed, skier-packed powder, hard pack.
Live Music Saturday with “Delta Nove”
http://www.kirkwood.com or (209) 258-7254.
All lifts open, four terrain parks open plus sledding, tubing hill, snowshoeing, snowbikes.
Mostly sunny skies, light to moderate winds, highs in the 30s.
Canyon on the California side, Olympic on the Nevada side.
Packed powder, machine-groomed snow, skier tracked snow.
http://www.skiheavenly.com or 1-800-HEAVENLY.
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