Thursday, December 20, 2007


SQUAW VALLEY USA at Elevation 6200 has the Cable Car, Funitel plus 5 lifts in operation, while Elevation 8200 has 9 lifts. They have a snow depth of 45 to 52”. It’s snowing with 1’of new snow.

BOREAL 2 lifts for day skiing and 2 lifts for night skiing. They have a base depth of 38 to 48” with 11 to 15” of new snow.

ALPINE MEADOWS 5 lifts in operation today. Their base is 27 to 44”, they have received 10 to 15” of new snow. Winds on top are 30 to 45 MPH with higher gusts.

KIRKWOOD will operate 4 lifts; their base is 26 to 34 “ they received 15 to 20”of new snow. Cross Country Area is offering 8 KM of groomed trails with skating lane, along with 30 KM for snow shoeing.

MT. ROSE 3 lifts in operation their base depth is 10 to 22” with a 9 to 12” of new snow. All parking is at the Main Lodge.

MAMMOUTH MOUNTAIN will operate 17 lifts today, average base depth 40 to 45” with 16” of new snow.

SIERRA @ TAHOE 5 lifts going today. Their base depth is 28 to 32” with 6” of new snow.

SUGAR BOWL 6 lifts with a base depth of 36 to 50” with 24 to 36” of new snow.

HEAVENLY 8 lifts in California, Nevada Side has 5 lifts. They have a base depth of 21 to 24”.

HOMEWOOD MOUNTAIN RESORT 3 lifts they received 6” of new snow with a 20 to 42”base. Access will be thru Homewood’s North Lodge.

DIAMOND PEAK has a 28 to 56” base with 12 to 24”of new snow, lift operation today will be 4.

SODA SPRINGS CLOSED TODAY. Their base is 36 to 48”, 11 to 15” of new snow.


TAHOE DONNER 1 lift in operation Cross country has 33.5K of groomed track.


Surface conditions range from fresh powder to machine groomed packed powder. It is early season Skiing there are obstacles both marked and unmarked, we ask you to please be aware ride and ski with care. All the area that can make snow is running the guns when ever possible.

Today’s weather was taken between 4 AM and 6:30 AM and is subject to change. Temperatures this morning range from the mid teen’s to the low 30’s, winds 0 to 25 MPH with higher gusts. It is snowing some of the areas.

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