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  • Tahoe Ski Swaps Coming Up

    Two ski swaps will be held on either side of Lake Tahoe in the coming weeks. Full Article

    22nd October 2007

  • Food For Thought At Heavenly

    Heavenly is serving high-quality, sustainable food at its seven on-mountain restaurants. Full Article

    16th October 2007

  • Brew Ha Ha In Tahoe

    The Alpine Meadows-based Tahoe Adaptive Ski School is hosting its annual Foam Fest fundraiser Full Article

    16th October 2007

  • Northstar Uplift

    Northstar's new chair and runs aimed at lower intermediate riders. Full Article

    9th October 2007

  • Heavenly Upgrade

    Heavenly riders get to play on a new lift and some new runs. Full Article

    2nd October 2007

  • Jammin' At Boreal

    Jibassic Pro Rail Jam returns to Boreal for third annual get-together. Full Article

    2nd October 2007

  • Reel Life At Squaw Valley

    Squaw Valley will premiere three snowsport films in the coming weeks. Full Article

    18th September 2007

  • Skating For A Cause

    Skateboard around Lake Tahoe to benefit breast cancer foundation. Full Article

    18th September 2007

  • Eating Hearty In North Lake Tahoe

    The 22nd annual Lake Tahoe Autumn Food and Wine Festival will be centered around Northstar. Full Article

    4th September 2007

  • Heavenly's Pass Sale Ends Labor Day Weekend

    Buy a 2007/2008 Heavenly season pass on Labor Day weekend and receive a $25 voucher for immediate savings on in-stock gear purchase. Full Article

    29th August 2007

  • "Double Whammy" Sale Ends Sept. 30, 2007

    The price for the "Double Whammy," Lake Tahoe's original dual mountain pass for Sierra-at-Tahoe and Northstar-at-Tahoe, goes up Oct. 1st. Catch it before then and save yourself some money. Full Article

    29th August 2007

  • Get on Board at Heavenly

    Heavenly Resort and Transworld Snowboarding magazine are teaming up to present a different kind of snowboard event: The 2007 Team Challenge on April 5-6. This one-of-a-kind event will showcase 20 teams representing the biggest manufacturers in the sport – including but not limited to Flow, Burton, Solomon, Ride and K2. Full Article

    27th March 2007

  • Springing Back to Sugar Bowl

    Sugar Bowl is doing the time warp again with its Totally Tubular 80s Day on April 6. Break out your best neon parka or hot-pink one-piece ski suit, your rear-entry boots and your pencil skis to celebrate the occasion. Full Article

    27th March 2007

  • Upward Bound at Diamond Peak

    In a sort of an antidote to its popular Last Tracks program, Diamond Peak will unveil its inaugural Uphill Race on March 31. Participants will make their way up to Snowflake Lodge by any means possible except motorized – i.e., snowshoes, skis, skins, etc. – and then partake in a continental breakfast with pastries, coffee and hot chocolate. Full Article

    27th March 2007

  • Dummy Down at Mt. Rose

    It's time for the annual Mt. Rose frolic known as the Dummy Downhill. Participants in the April 7 event can have neither brain nor pulse. You'll witness pure lunacy as inanimate speed demons careen down the Show-Off run in front of the main lodge. Participants will compete for a variety of prizes, and they will be judged on style and carnage. Full Article

    20th March 2007

  • Free-Heelin' Fun at Sierra-at-Tahoe

    Once again, Sierra-at-Tahoe is combining telemark skiing with bluegrass music to create its popular Telegrass Festival on March 31-April 1. Free-heelers can check out the latest gear and partake in clinics and tours, and then kick back to the bluegrass sounds of The Rusty Strings, The Trespassers, The Cash Only Band and The Big Skinny High Mountain String Band. Full Article

    20th March 2007

  • Going to Extremes at Kirkwood

    In the last week of March, Kirkwood will be the gathering spot for the world's best extreme skiers and boarders who will compete in the Subaru North American Freeskiing Championships, the fourth stop on the Freesking World Tour. These top-flight freeriders will take on the challenging Cirque, a normally out-of-bounds area at the heart of Kirkwood that is opened only for this event. Full Article

    20th March 2007

  • Hooray for Squallywood

    Squaw Valley has been a popular backdrop for numerous ski and snowboard flicks – from Warren Miller to Matchstick Productions, from Greg Stump to TGR, big-time winter-sport movie makers have used the former Olympic Games site, often referred to as Squallywood, as a featured star in their productions. Full Article

    13th March 2007

  • Gem of a Deal at Diamond Peak

    From now until the end of the season Diamond Peak is offering deep discounts on next year's season passes. For as low as $278 for adults $96 for kids, you can get a 2007/08 pass and use it this season until the lifts close in mid-April; you'll also get a couple of lift tickets, which you can pass along to some needy rider, that are good until the end of next season. Full Article

    13th March 2007

  • School Daze at Kirkwood

    Spring Break for most institutions of higher learning in these parts is just around the corner, and what better place to let off a little studying-induced stress than at Kirkwood? And the resort is responding with its first College Weekend on March 24-25. Full Article

    13th March 2007

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