Groomed Corn

Hello Skiers and Boarders, Only a few days left to hit the slopes at Alpine Meadows before it closes for the season on Sunday.  It is very warm this afternoon.  I just checked the NOAA site which shows the temperature at 4pm to be 58 degrees.  It is supposed to cool down a little on…

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Clear Sky and Powder Turns

Hello Skiers and Boarders, It was another wonderful day on the slopes this morning.  Cold overnight temperatures kept the remaining powder snow light and fluffy for the early morning turns.  A clear slate was waiting for us in Sun Bowl, CB’s, and Big Bend.  The turns under a clear sky made us smile. We had…

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Knee Deep

Hello Skiers and Boarders, It was another very good powder morning at Alpine Meadows. We received 8 inches overnight and snow kept dropping in a showery pattern all day. I think my best run of the day was my first tour through Gentian Gully. We arrived at the top of Scott and headed to Gentian….

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April Powder Day

Hello Skiers and Boarders, Sunshine and 5 inches of new snow created us this morning.  Cool temperatures registering in the 20’s along with a brisk wind kept the snow in good shape during the morning hours.  Under the new snow was a layer of ice which created noise and bumpy conditions on certain runs.  The…

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Raging River

Hello Skiers and Boarders, The most exciting thing happening in Tahoe at the moment is the size and raging of the Truckee River as it is released from the Tahoe City Dam.  I looked yesterday at the release figures which indicated the water was flowing out of the dam at 2100 cfs..  It looks higher…

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Corn Snow

Hello Skiers and Boarders, Our sky awoke gray this morning.  Light was flat at the beginning.  As the morning progressed more blue than gray was visible overhead.  Spring was the theme today as the top layer of snow has made the transition corn.  Early runs on a smooth groomed surface was delightful. Later in the…

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Packed Winter Powder

Hello Skiers and Boarders, It was another awesome day on the slopes with sun and wind over the ridge top.  However, Summit was closed as the winds gusted to 60 miles per hour in the morning hours.  Overnight and morning temperatures remained in the 20’s which helped keep the surface, especially on the north facing…

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