With Sierra Nevada snowpack currently sitting at an unbelievable 150 percent of historical average, along with the historic Tahoe snowfall in February, many ski resorts have extended their winter seasons.
The Vail resorts in Tahoe have already announced extended seasons, and Squaw Valley Resort, which leads the Tahoe mountains in snowfall, will stay open well into the summer. With more snow on the horizon, spring skiing is set to last at least another month.
Here are the official closing dates of the main ski resorts in the Tahoe area:
Alpine MeadowsÂ | 448â€-517â€ snow totalsÂ | May closure TBD
BorealÂ |Â 545â€ snow totalÂ | Open until April 21
Diamond PeakÂ | 411â€ snow totalÂ | Open until April 21
HeavenlyÂ | 436â€ snow totalÂ | Open until May 5
HomewoodÂ |Â 253â€-569â€ snow totalsÂ | Open until April 21
KirkwoodÂ | 533â€ snow totalÂ | Open until April 21
NorthstarÂ |Â 559â€ snow totalÂ | Open until April 21
Mt. RoseÂ | 408â€-456â€ snow totalsÂ | May closured TBD
Sierra-at-TahoeÂ | 334â€-480â€ snow totals | Closure TBD
Squaw ValleyÂ | 376â€-621â€ snow totalsÂ | Open until July 7
Sugar Bowl | 406â€-504â€ snow total | Open until April 21
Meanwhile, the Reno Tahoe Visitors Center has compiled a list of spring skiing events in the Tahoe area:
What an awesome ski season! Who’s up for a spring riding session?