Saturday ski and board report for Sierra-at-Tahoe, Heavenly and Kirkwood
Lake Tahoe’s resorts are open, with some lifts delayed for avalanche control and high winds. Sierra-at-Tahoe, Heavenly and Kirkwood all report fresh powder conditions after Friday’s storm that dumped anywhere between 24 to 60 inches. More snow is on the way as a series of new storms approach the Sierra. Contact each resort’s Web sites, listed here, for the most current updates. This update was as of 10 a.m. this morning.
Heavenly reports 3 to 4 feet of new snow on the mountain, according to its Web site. With strong winds at the top, the resort will open the lower mountain today. Please stay in the open areas where the resort has done avalanche control. Hiking and skiing out of bounds is prohibited. Because of avalanche safety operations, the resort opens at 10 a.m. this morning.
5 lifts open, 15 on hold.
Periods snow, with moderate to strong winds and temperatures in the mid 20’s
36 to 48 inches
38 to 54 inches.
Powder, Skier packed powder, machine-groomed powder
http://www.skiheavenly.com or 1-800-HEAVENLY.
Chairs 1, 5, and 11 are now open with crews now working on getting Chairs 6, 7, 9, and 10 open later today. The backside will most likely be delayed in opening today until further notice. Lift operations are subject to wind and weather, please ski and ride with care. Visit http://www.kirkwood.com for updated weather conditions and events or call 877-KIRKWOOD.
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3 lifts open, 4 on standby, 3 closed
65 trails open, 28 trails groomed, 4 terrain parks open.
48 to 60 inches
Snow showers with additiional accumulations of 2 feet expected.
70 to 90 inches.
Monte Wolfe, Zachary, Sentinel Bowl
Palisades, Sentinel, Wagon Wheel, Eagle, Sunrise
Surface conditions: Powder, machine groomed packed powder, skier packed powder
Because of the recent storm, trails may be delayed in opening until grooming crews get to them.
http://www.kirkwood.com or (209) 258-7254.
4 lifts open, 35 trails open.
18 to 24 inches.
52 to 86 inches.
Surface conditions: Powder
Tickets/Passes: http://www.sierraattahoe.com or (530) 659-7453.
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