723 inches of season snowfall this year calls for a party like no other! For the first time in more than a decade Alpine will be open into the summertime, giving you the opportunity to carve unforgettable memories from June 30 through July 4. To best prepare you for what this celebration will be like, here is a look ahead…
Nestled amidst the picturesque Sierra Nevada mountains, Lake Tahoe serves as the ultimate backdrop for an unforgettable Fourth of July celebration. Following a record-breaking winter, our peaks are still capped with snow and our waters are clearer than ever. Grab your crew and enjoy California sunshine, blue skies, and endless adventures. Here’s the inside scoop on how we’re celebrating.
It’s going to be a summer to remember: We will be skiing and snowboarding at Alpine on the 4th of July. Yes, you read that correctly. We’re keeping Alpine open through the 4th of July this year!
This is different than the recent years when we’ve been open on the 4th. Typically, we run the Funitel at Palisades up to the upper mountain throughout the warmer months, but this year, we have a large project to complete on the Funitel that will prevent us from operating it past May 29th.
The 4th of July is an action-packed time in the Lake Tahoe region. From parades and drone shows to water activities on warm days, it won’t be hard to find something that piques your interest. Plus, in this guide, you’ll get some handy tips for how to have the best experience possible while practicing responsible tourism.