Tahoe Snow Report

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AR event inbound

Thursday, October 13th, 2016

We are in store for an impressive early season kick-off … a lot of precip is coming our way, most of it in the form of rain for Tahoe, and a lot of wind, via an atmospheric river event that will begin very early Friday morning and last until early next week. There are multiple […]

winter holding

Monday, April 18th, 2016

A fun refresh this past Friday, 4-6″ on top of firm, but the low angle skied very well. Over the weekend, we saw great corn conditions up high where the sun-facing aspects haven’t been melted out yet… and a few small pockets of cold winter snow remain… we still have lots of snowpack remaining up […]

keep believing

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

the sierra continue the great winter run, with an amazing last week of snow… from Tahoe to the East Side conditions were great, and a lot of high lines saw unprecedented quality toward the end of the week and weekend. conditions are still holding well way up high, though the access is melting out relatively […]

110+ inches in 10 days

Thursday, March 17th, 2016

Some big storms and big skiing during the past couple weeks in Tahoe. Upper elevations were slammed by two significant storms, high winds, and some excellent skiing. Donner Summit has broken the 500 inch mark for the season, and most resorts and backcountry lines above 7500-8000 are buried. Squaw’s GasX on Headwall face is buried, […]


Tuesday, March 8th, 2016

Right on target, great 4 day storm cycle that produced up to 60″ at the deepest spots up near Donner Summit. Skiing is great - heads up for the navy conditions as we get into UV/sun warming today with all the new snow. Enjoy!
More on the way this weekend.

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