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How the Mountains of California Make Snow

8th August 2016 | Joel Gratz

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Powder day at Diamond Peak, Incline Village - North Lake Tahoe - © Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Powder day at Diamond Peak, Incline Village - North Lake Tahoe
Copyright: Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Powder day at Diamond Peak, Incline Village - North Lake Tahoe - © Diamond Peak Ski Resort
The largest and snowiest ski areas in California are located in the Sierra Nevada mountains.  - © Google Maps/OpenSnow.com

The largest and snowiest ski areas in California are located in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Copyright: Google Maps/OpenSnow.com

The largest and snowiest ski areas in California are located in the Sierra Nevada mountains.  - © Google Maps/OpenSnow.com

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