See What Ski Resorts Aren't Open Yet
Sledding is also an option on the Tahoe slopes.
With all the snow alerts we've been hearing about from the Sierra and Lake Tahoe it might surprise you to know that there are still a few ski resorts that haven't opened for the season.
The Lake Tahoe marketing folks sent out a list Monday and it shows the big spots are running lifts every day, but there are a few still getting ready for opening day.
Oh, and folks on both sides of the lake said they got even more snow overnight stacking up the season totals into even higher record territory.
- Tahoe Donner Downhill – opening December 10
- Homewood Mountain Resort – opening December 10
- Diamond Peak – opening December 16
- Granlibakken – sledding is open, ski hill opening December 17
- Alpine Meadows – open, base of 49 to 92 inches
- Boreal Mountain Resort – open, base of 60 to 67 inches
- Donner Ski Ranch – open weekends
- Kirkwood- open, base of 48 inches
- Heavenly- open, base of 45 to 54
- Mt. Rose – Ski Tahoe – open, base of 31 to 54 inches
- Northstar-at-Tahoe – open, base of 36 and 71 inches
- Royal Gorge Cross Country - open Friday through Monday, with 60 kilometers
- Sierra at Tahoe- open, base of 68 inches
- Soda Springs – open Friday-Sunday to December 17, and then open daily
- Spooner Lake Cross Country – open
- Squaw Valley USA – open, base of 47 to 93 inches
- Sugar Bowl – open, base of 70 to 84 inches
- Tahoe Cross Country – open, base of 30 to 48 inches
- Tahoe Donner Cross Country – open