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Open or Closed? Status of Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts

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Storm systems continue to dump several feet of snow across the Sierra Nevada, much to the delight of skiers and snowboarders.

But the heavy snowfall, avalanche danger and at times gusty winds have forced resorts to delay openings, shut down some lifts or even close altogether for the day.

Below you can find status updates for the major resorts in the Lake Tahoe area. Be sure to check the travel conditions in the Sierra before hitting the roads.

Heavenly Ski Resort

Heavenly is open Wednesday, but not all lifts are running.

Follow Heavenly Conditions on Twitter or visit the Heavenly website for the latest updates.

Palisades Tahoe

Palisades Tahoe is open Wednesday, but not all lifts are running.

Follow Palisades Tahoe Mtn Ops on Twitter or visit the Palisades Tahoe website for the latest updates.

Northstar California Resort

Northstar is open Wednesday, but not all lifts are running.

Follow Northstar Mtn Update on Twitter or visit the Northstar website for the latest updates.

Kirkwood Ski Resort

Kirkwood is open Wednesday, but not all lifts are running.

Follow Kirkwood Conditions on Twitter or visit the Kirkwood website for the latest updates.

Sugar Bowl Resort

Sugar Bowl is open Wednesday, but not all lifts are running.

Follow Sugar Bowl Resort on Twitter or visit the Sugar Bowl website for the latest updates.

Boreal Mountain California

Boreal is open Wednesday, but not all lifts are running.

Visit the Boreal website for the latest updates.

Homewood Mountain Resort

Homewood is open Wednesday, but not all lifts are running.

Follow Homewood Mountain on Twitter or visit the Homewood website for the latest updates.

Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Diamond Peak is open Wednesday.

Check out Diamond Peak's Facebook page or visit the Diamond Peak website for the latest updates.

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