News from North Lake Tahoe

Check out all the latest happenings at North Lake Tahoe ski resorts, from new lifts to terrain expansions, in addition to North Lake Tahoe weather forecasts, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on North Lake Tahoe ski resort news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see North Lake Tahoe coverage from the entire ski season.
2017/2018 Early Bird Season Pass Prices: Multi-Region Pass Products - ©Liam Doran

2017/2018 Early Bird Season Pass Prices: Multi-Region Pass Products

2017/2018 season pass prices for multi-region ski passes. Full Article

 Mountain Town 4th: Where to Watch Fireworks - ©Park City Mountain Resort

Mountain Town 4th: Where to Watch Fireworks

The following roundup highlights some of the biggest and brightest 4th of July celebrations across the country.

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Tahoe Donner Golf Season Passes and Multi-Play Packs on Sale Now - ©Derek Moore Tahoe Donner Association Ph: 530-587-9641 dmoore@tahoedonner.com

Tahoe Donner Golf Season Passes and Multi-Play Packs on Sale Now

Save on Early Season Discounts and Perks at Tahoe Donner Golf Course when Purchased before May 1.

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  • Cali Braces for New Storm

    Californians attempting to ski this winter have had a few nice powder days - offset by record numbers of people on New Years holiday and all trying to ski it at the same time. But a new storm is on the way and it is expected to tip things the way of Lake Tahoe ski areas and people who must ride on them. Full Article

    2nd January 2007

  • Sierra Nevada Buried in White

    A fairly big, but particularly chilly winter storm that lashed the Bay Area with high winds and rain moved into the Sierra Nevada overnight and left behind a glistening white present - more than two feet of fresh snow in some lucky places. Full Article

    27th December 2006

  • More Parking at Mt. Rose

    In response to its ever-growing popularity, Mt. Rose expanded its parking area by more than 400 spaces to complement the Main and Slide Lodge facilities and boost capacity in time for the 2006/07 season. Full Article

    26th December 2006

  • Try Something New in NorCal

    Winter Trails promotion gets newcomers into snowshoeing and cross-country skiing Full Article

    24th December 2006

  • The King's at Mt. Rose

    It's blue-suede shoes, big sideburns and rhinestone time again at Mt. Rose, where for more than a decade the Nevada resort has paid tribute to Elvis Presley on the Saturday closest to his Jan. 8 birthday. Full Article

    19th December 2006

  • Tahoe Backcountry Safety Org Needs Cash

    The Sierra Avalanche Center, a Truckee-based organization that promotes safe backcountry travel by issuing free avalanche advisories daily throughout the winter, is a not-for-profit, all-volunteer outfit that needs regular influxes of cash. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • What's New at Squaw Valley

    Check out those tres-cool plasma TV screens strategically positioned around Squaw Valley this year. They will allow visitors to keep abreast of changing weather, snow and lift conditions. Full Article

    12th December 2006

  • Adventure Nights at Squaw

    The popular Lake Tahoe Adventure Series, which is held each Wednesday evening at Squaw Valley's Bar One, kicks off on Dec. 13. The series focuses on back-country adventures – whether it be skiing or climbing or whatever – through slides, photos, film and the spoken word. Full Article

    5th December 2006

  • Take the Bus in Truckee

    A night out on the town in Truckee will be made less stressful – and dangerous – when evening bus service makes its debut on Dec. 15. Full Article

    5th December 2006

  • New Stash at Northstar

    Northstar's new terrain park, the Stash, has an all-natural feel. There was a time when the entire mountain was a terrain park, and all the features you hit - rocks, stumps, swales, banks, fallen trees, etc. - were 100 percent natural. Full Article

    28th November 2006

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