Today’s conditions were prime springtime shred, ideal for Base To Base closing day. It was an awesome day ripping both mountains edge to edge. From Alpine’s Sherwood and Treeline Cirque to Palisade’s Shirley and Granite, the snow and weather were all-time spring fun.
The mountain was an absolute blast today for a quick springtime session. The warm weather called for an earlier window, ripping terrain before the afternoon …
Today was another warm one at the Palisades side of the resort! In spite of the temperatures getting warmer with May coming, the snow at Palisades is holding up extremely well.
This blog was written by Rene Jerez.
Today was absolutely awesome for spring riding, and it’s crazy to think Palisades is going to be open for another two more months. Give your board or sticks a good spring waxing and come up and get those turns in!
Today’s weather and conditions were prime springtime with the sun, clouds, and slush. From the cool new groomers throughout Enchanted and Headwall to the slushy off-piste playground all around, the mountain has it all for springtime fun.
The terrain parks are on a new level this spring at Palisades Tahoe. Gold Coast lift accesses 4 parks in 2 zones, providing some of the best features in years. From the big jump line and a new rhythm section to the rail garden and new mini park, the crew brought back park vibes.
The Spring corn harvest has really been juicing lately, but when a snowflake popped into the forecast last night, I didn’t mind– though, as my friend said, I might be the only person in Tahoe who feels that way. Sun or snow, it’s a treat at this point, and this morning’s report dialed in the forecasted 6” received at Olympic Valley.
We started soon after the 9 am open, knowing any Southeast-facing aspects catching morning sun would already have a couple hours softening, which puts some classic corn routes in prime condition first thing.
Today’s conditions were a full-on spring slush hunting mission, from KT and Headwall to the Park and Sun Spot. The mountain took a bit to soften up with the cold temps last night and by late afternoon the warmer temps made spots in the sun rip!
This blog was written by Ryan Williams.