The Palisades Tahoe Family is deeply saddened by the tragic event this morning, and we extend our deepest sympathies to the family and friends affected. The decision to operate Squaw Valley tomorrow was presented to the leadership of Squaw Valley Ski Patrol. Revealing incredible strength of character and resilience of the men and women of our world-class ski patrol team, our patrol leadership asked that we run the mountain and do so tomorrow in honor of Joe Zuiches.
We want to give a huge thank you to our patrollers, groomers, lift mechanics and ALL mountain operations teams who make it possible for us enjoy these magnificent mountains. We thank you for working through this storm cycle that provided over 23 feet of snow in 23 days, and for every other storm cycle that allow us to ski and ride our favorite terrain. Give an operations team member a big high-five next time you see them on the slopes.
The Joe Zuiches Memorial Fund has been established and is available here through GoFundMe.
See what is on the schedule for tomorrow.
Lifts Scheduled for Alpine Meadows on January 25 @ 9am
- Hot Wheels
- Big Carpet
- Little Carpet
Lifts Scheduled for Squaw Valley on January 25 @ 9am
- Far East
- Olympic Lady
- Red Dog
- Squaw Creek
- Squaw One
- Bailey’s Beach
- Big Blue
- Broken Arrow
- Gold Coast
- Mountain Meadow
- Shirley Lake
- Wylee Carpet
- Boon Carpet
- Tucker Carpet
- SnoVentures Carpet
For real-time information, please visit the app or website.
Be Mountain Wise: A Message from Tahoe Patrollers to Stay on the Right Side of Closed Area Signs
Please respect and observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of closed areas.