In response to traffic impacts experienced over the past winter, we plan to implement new traffic and parking solutions on weekends and holidays during the 2023/24 winter season. Our goal is to reduce arrival and departure traffic impacts experienced by guests, employees, and our community. Although there is not one single answer that will solve this region-wide, decades-old issue, we continue to be focused on doing what we can to ease the situation for our guests and the people who live and work in our region.
As you may have noticed, we have a huge pile of snow in our Palisades Tahoe parking lot. 723″ of snowfall and counting this 2022-2023 season covers a lot of our parking lots and without the help of snowplows we would still be buried under all of it. But why do we stack it up versus blowing it into the Wa She Shu Creek where it could wash away?
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Sometimes it’s the little things that can make a difference. Traditional ski wax can contain harmful chemical compounds that leach into the soil and groundwater, but the wax used in Palisades Tahoe’s ski shop is made from plants. Here, we use Wend Wax, sponsor of the US Ski Team, a plant-based, all natural wax made from Meadowfoam.
It is no secret that climate change is already beginning to have profound effects on the ski industry. In our efforts as a company to mitigate the effects of climate change, we have largely focused on transportation-related initiatives that reduce reliance on individual vehicles. Despite these achievements, we know we have a lot more to do, and we’d love for you to join us in our efforts.
Guests at Palisades Tahoe have helped the resort raise $30,000 annually for the Tahoe Fund and the Truckee River Watershed Council. Since 2013, guests have been able to add $1 to their lodging and dining purchases, earmarked specifically for the Green Bucks Program.