Palisades Tahoe has enjoyed a remarkable year, marked by numerous achievements and an unforgettable ski season. The resort unveiled the Base to Base Gondola, opened the high-speed six-pack Red Dog Chair, and hosted the prestigious Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup. To top it all off, Mother Nature has blessed the resort with record-breaking snowfall, surpassing the previous record set during the 2016-2017 season.
Thanks to last night’s 10-inch snowfall, Palisades Tahoe now boasts a total of 710 inches of snow, breaking the former record of 707 inches from the 2016-2017 season. This impressive accumulation is equivalent to 178% of the resort’s average annual snowfall of 400 inches.
Dee Byrne, a representative of Palisades Tahoe, expressed gratitude for the exceptional conditions this season, saying, “Palisades Tahoe has been fortunate to receive an incredible amount of snowfall this season, covering our mountain in deep snow. Skiers and snowboarders have had an unforgettable time on both the groomed trails and the untouched snow pockets. We are immensely grateful for the iconic conditions and natural beauty that Mother Nature has gifted us with this season at Palisades Tahoe.”
This historic snowfall has enabled Palisades Tahoe to extend the Alpine side’s operations until the 4th of July, allowing skiers and snowboarders additional opportunities to experience the resort’s extraordinary slopes and breathtaking scenery.