Lake Tahoe Ski report

Weekend snowfall to boost Sierra Nevada ski season

Olympic Valley, Calif. – Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts and Northern California are expecting an influx of visitors for another snow-filled weekend of fun on the slopes. A winter storm is moving in and could bring well over a foot of fresh snow at higher elevations.

This weekend’s storm is a welcome delight for skiers and snowboarders. For those not taking to the slopes, the snowfall offers an exceptional opportunity to soak in the stunning natural winter beauty of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada.

⤹ Roseville: June 20- 23! ⤸

⤹ Roseville: June 20- 23! ⤸

⤹ Roseville: June 20- 23! ⤸

⤹Roseville: June 20- 23! ⤸

2024 Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts Report

Boreal Ski Resort

Base: 63 inches
Season: 102 inches

Diamond Peak Ski Resort

Base: 26 inches
Season: 48 inches

Heavenly Ski Resort

Base: 35 inches
Season: 67 inches

Homewood Ski Resort

Base: 11 inches
Season: 29 inches

Kirkwood Ski Resort

Base: 43 inches
Season: 98 inches

Mt. Rose Ski Resort

Base: 40 inches
Season: 81 inches

Northstar at Tahoe Ski Resort

Base: 44 inches
Season: 90 inches

Sierra at Tahoe Ski Resort

Base: 39 inches
Season: 63 inches

Soda Springs Ski Resort

Base: 53 inches
Season: 87 inches

Palisades Tahoe Ski Resort

Base : 22 inches
Season: 31 inches

Sugar Bowl Ski Resort

Base: 29 inches
Season: 94 inches

Tahoe Donner Ski Resort

Base: 12 inches
Season: 63 inches

Homewood Mountain Resort ski lifts under snow
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