Daily Operations Friday, November 22
RENO, NV – Following the first significant winter storm of the season that left seven inches of fresh snow on the slopes at Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe (and counting), the resort announced today it plans to expand to daily operations for the season beginning Friday, November 22. Cold temperatures have also allowed the resort to return to its snowmaking efforts in order to bolster early season conditions and open more terrain as quickly as possible.
“Although we’ve had lifts turning on weekends since October 25, we’re excited to truly get winter underway with daily operations,” said Mike Pierce, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe marketing director. “Our team is hard at work making snow so we can continue to offer some of the best early season conditions in Tahoe, and get more lifts and terrain open as soon as possible.”
According to forecasters at OpenSnow, snow showers are expected to continue today, with cold overnight temperatures through the rest of the week and weekend before the next chance of accumulating snow next Wednesday through Thanksgiving.
For those who plan to take advantage of one of the longest seasons in Lake Tahoe, Mt. Rose offers convenient access from both Reno and North Lake Tahoe and the freedom to ski with a variety of season pass options ranging from $199-$725.
Continuing its tradition of the six-month plus winter season, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe will aim for that goal again this year, opening additional terrain as weather and conditions permit.
For more information about resort services, conditions, or to purchase a lift ticket or season pass, visit www.skirose.com.