It’s officially December and we’re offering the most lift & trails in Tahoe! We’ve received 9″ since November 27 and conditions are awesome for early season. Summit & Roundhouse opened November 30, now offering top to bottom skiing at Alpine Meadows. The opening of Summit was a full on powder day – check out some of our favorite memories
Fresh turns in Wolverine Bowl at Alpine Meadows on November 30, 2017. Photo: Ben Arnst
Up high the snow was wildly responsive, soft, fast. Down lower the snow was sugary, slarvy, dreamy. The skiing was terrific yesterday. – Snowbrains
Closing out November with powder turns off Summit Chair. Photo: Ben Arnst, November 30, 2017
Squaw Valley Weekend Operations
- We’ve got 12 lifts on the schedule with 35 trails open! Check what’s on the schedule
- NOAA has issued a special weather statement with forecast strong winds and gusts of 55mph, which could impact lift operations
At a minimum we anticipate winds may impact the operation of Bailey’s Beach, Mountain Meadow, Belmont and Emigrant for Saturday – Squaw Valley Dispatch Operations Team
- We encourage you to download the app or visit the website for the most real-time information on dynamic weather days
Alpine Meadows Weekend Operations
- We’ve got 4 lifts on the schedule with 23 trails open! Check what’s on the schedule
- We do not anticipate any changes to our lift operations with the incoming storm, but please stay tuned to the app and website for real-time information, as all operations are weather and conditions permitting
Saturday will be slightly cooler with highs topping out around 40. As the next storm approaches winds will continue to increase, with upper mtn gusts to 55 mph.
Saturday night a cold front moves through with light snow associated with it. The snow should taper off by Sunday morning with clearing skies on Sunday. Much colder air will be behind the front with highs only in the 30’s for Sunday and maybe only the upper 20’s on the upper mtn.
Total snowfall by Sunday morning could be 1-3 inches at the base, and 2-4 inches on the mountain. This should be a cold dry powder to add a quick refresh to the slopes. – Bryan Allegretto, Official Weather Blogger