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Tuesday’s ski and board report for Heavenly, Kirkwood and Sierra-at-Tahoe

This report is for Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008.

Good morning skiers and boarders. Heavenly plans to operate 28 lifts today, according to its Web site. Mott and Killebrew canyon will open at 10 a.m. The groomers picks of the day are World Cup on the California side, and Olympic Downhill on the Nevada side. Lifts open at 9 a.m.

28 lifts. Six terrain parks open.



Plentiful sunshine and light winds. Highs in the mid 20s.

0 overnight.



78-100 inches.

Powder, skier packed powder, machine-groomed powder.

http://www.skiheavenly.com or 1-800-HEAVENLY.

5 open, 5 on hold, 65 trails open, 25 trails groomed. Three terrain parks open, two being rebuilt.

Mostly sunny.

Highway 88 West Carson Pass Tahoe side OPEN. Highway 88 East Jackson side is OPEN.

0 overnight.

124-155 inches from top to bottom.

Powder, machine groomed, skier-packed powder.

Kirkwood Cross Country Ski and Snowshoe continues to groom all 80 kilometers of trail each morning. Meadow trails are groomed first then the trails at the Xcountry lodge, before heading up to Coyote Pass at the top of the trail system. The traditional classic skiing is great in these cold conditions. Upcoming Ski Skate Clinic on Feb. 10. 

Mardi Gras Party on Fat Tuesday with Live Music by 5 O’Clock Charlie in Bub’s Pub.

http://www.kirkwood.com or (209) 258-7254.

8 lifts open, 47 trails open.

Increasing clouds with highs in the mid 30s. Lights winds.

0 overnight.

70 -132 inches from top to bottom.

“Early morning bluebird skies and soft snow ” incredible mid-winter conditions all over the mountain.”

Powder.

Asa Martinez, Cody Lewis, Mike Abeliuk, Mik Gadomski, Garrett Moulton and the park crew showcase their park skills on MTV’s Big 10 show on Wednesday. Make sure to catch them on air at 9 a.m. PT/EST on MTV.

http://www.sierraattahoe.com or (530) 659-7453.


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