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.
Get ready for Memorial Day Weekend at Palisades Tahoe May 27- 29. Celebrate on both sides of the mountain with the Made in Tahoe Festival in The Village at Palisades Tahoe and the Chalet Closing Weekend Party at Alpine. There’s plenty of excitement, live music and more to discover. This will be the last weekend of skiing on the Palisades side, but we’ll be skiing and riding through July 4 at Alpine. Prepare for California sunshine, temperatures in the 60s, cool alpine evenings, and possible rain showers. Here’s your guide to a great holiday weekend.
It’s a holiday weekend! While this is an exciting time to get away and enjoy some skiing, keep in mind that holidays can be busy at Palisades Tahoe. Here is what you need to know in order to have an enjoyable, seamless weekend. Remember to stick around this Saturday for Fireworks!
The Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup, a stop on the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Tour, will be at Palisades Tahoe from February 24th to February 26th. This is also Presidents Weekend and the tail end of local Ski Skate Week, so expect this to be a busy but exciting time. To help you prepare for a weekend like this and have a seamless visit, we’ve compiled this guide for how to visit Palisades Tahoe on the Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup weekend. By following the tips in this blog, you’ll have an easier time, and you’ll also make it easier on others who want to watch the Stifel Palisades Tahoe Cup and go skiing, too.
To help you prepare for a weekend like this and have a seamless visit, we’ve compiled this guide for how to visit Palisades Tahoe on …
Since the New Year, we have received over 8.5 feet of snow, gifting us unforgettable powder runs and some high winds. These storms are expected to continue through this weekend, impacting both travel and our mountain operations. Heavy snow is expected to start Friday morning and continue through Sunday, estimated to give Alpine and Palisades between 21 and 40 inches of snow. Strong winds are expected, which can cause lift closures and poor visibility. Be prepared to bundle up, be patient, and expect to start the day on the lower mountain.
The holiday season is in full swing. Our events and activities schedule is jam-packed over the next few days. You won’t want to miss out on these fun and spirited occasions! While this tends to be one of our busiest times of the year, the forecast is shaping up to be very dynamic. We are expecting an influx of weather that is a wintry mix (meaning rain and snow) which could impact our operations at times. That said, we still have LOTS going on, plenty of indoor events, cozy spots to warm up, and more.
Sunny skies and the East Wind Friday will impact some lifts and conditions. Groomers will be where it’s at this weekend! Read for details and tips for the holiday weekend ahead.