One of Lake Tahoe’s best half-day hikes, the Shirley Canyon trail takes you from flowing waterfalls and the high alpine Shirley Lake to huge granite boulders and blooming wildflowers with endless natural beauty for you to enjoy.
Over the past few weeks, our Ski Patrol teams have been noticing that significant glide cracks are appearing in frequently traveled areas across both Alpine and Palisades. These will be a safety hazard this spring, so we wanted to give you more information about what they are and how to avoid them.
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 …
It happens to the best of us: You’re out skiing or snowboarding when you suddenly catch an edge, and it wipes you out. You immediately think: I’m so glad I’m wearing my helmet! We’re glad when you wear your helmet, too. It is important to practice good safety measures on our mountains, so to celebrate NSAA’s Ski Safety Month, we’re sharing a few safety tips for having a fun, seamless time enjoying Palisades Tahoe. Plus: We have safety-related events going on such patrol dog demonstrations and beacon practice with Alpenglow Expeditions!
Current Conditions With bright blue skies and warm, sunny weather, there is some very fun skiing and snowboarding on the mountains right now! As we …
To celebrate NSAA’s Ski Safety Month, we’re sharing a few safety stories with our recommended tips for having a fun, seamless, safe time in our current conditions. Plus: We have safety-related events going on such as mini avalanche awareness clinics and patrol dog demonstrations!