Wednesday ski and board report for Sierra-at-Tahoe, Kirkwood and Heavenly |

Wednesday ski and board report for Sierra-at-Tahoe, Kirkwood and Heavenly

This report is for Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2008.

The Chair 9 Adventure Land Terrain Park is now open as are Kirkwood’s Playground, Stomping Ground and Adventure Land terrain parks, according to its Web site. Skier/Boarder X Course is open to the public. Halfpipe set to open Jan. 19.

All 10 lifts open, 65 trails open, 28 trails groomed.

Stomping Grounds, Adventure Land, The Playground.

Palisades, Sentinel, Wagon Wheel, Eagle, Sunrise

More than 80 kilometers of groomed track, skating lane and snow shoe trails. Ecstasy trail now open which connects the lower trail system with the upper trails at Schneider Cow Camp. Full Moon Trek scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 19th. Call (209) 258-7248 for more information. 

Mostly sunny, high 33

No new snow in the past 24 hours.

Highway 88 West Carson Pass Tahoe side, open;. Highway 88 East Carson Spur Jackson side open.

: 100 to 130 inches.

Machine groomed, skier packed, hard pack. or (209) 258-7254.

8 lifts running, 47 trails open.

UC Berkeley’s Big Band will be on the slopes and in the base area rocking big sound with their acoustic instruments during the Martin Luther King weekend.

Mostly sunny with high temperatures around 35 degrees and moderate winds.

None in past 24 hours.

48 inches at base, 84 inches at summit.

Machine groomed, packed powder. or (530) 659-7453.

Groomers recommend Ridge Run on the California side and Jack’s on the Nevada side. Lifts open at 9 a.m. Hiking, skiing and out-of-bounds skiing and riding is prohibited.

29 lifts open on the California and Nevada side. There are 96 trails to ride on 4,800 acres.

Powderbowl and Groove

Sledding, tubing, snowbikes

Sunny with light winds and temperatures in the high 30s.

No new snow in past 24 hours.

58-80 inches.

Packed powder, skier packed powder, machine-groomed powder. or 1-800-HEAVENLY.

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