Storms are already bringing snow to many California and Nevada ski resorts, sending promises of a good start to the 2016-17 season
Petaluma, Calif. (PRWEB) November 01, 2016
Storms are already bringing snow to many California and Nevada ski resorts, sending promises of a good start to the 2016-17 season, Ski California said today.
Most of Ski California’s 28 member resorts have set their opening dates for the upcoming ski season, with some opening this week. Below are projected opening dates (as of today), weather and snow conditions permitting. If a specific date is not listed, skiers are encouraged to keep checking the resort’s website for opening day or sign up for snow alerts. Easy links to all resort websites are found at skicalifornia.org/member-resorts/.
Skiers and snowboarders are also being encouraged to purchase the famed “Gold Pass” to access every member resort with a fully transferable pass and no blackout dates.
Northern California/Northern Nevada:
Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe: Oct. 31
Boreal Mountain Resort: TBD (ASAP). http://www.rideboreal.com
Sugar Bowl Resort and Royal Gorge Cross County: Nov. 1
Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows: Nov. 11
Northstar California: Nov. 18
Heavenly Mountain Resort: Nov. 18
Kirkwood Mountain Resort: Nov. 18
Soda Springs: Dec. 4
Tahoe Donner: Early December
Homewood Mountain Resort: Dec. 9
Mt. Shasta Ski Park: Mid-December
Diamond Peak: Dec. 15
Sierra-at-Tahoe: TBD. http://www.sierraattahoe.com
Tahoe Cross Country: Ice rink opens Dec. 10; regular season begins Jan. 4
Mammoth Mountain: Nov. 9
China Peak: Tentatively Thanksgiving weekend. http://www.skichinapeak.com
June Mountain: Dec. 10
Bear Valley: TBD. http://www.bearvalley.com
Bear Valley Cross Country: TBD (expected mid-November). http://www.bearvalleyxc.com
Dodge Ridge: TBD. http://www.dodgeridge.com
Yosemite Ski and Snowboard Area: Dec. 16
Snow Valley: Nov. 18 (weather permitting)
Mountain High: Mid-November (could be earlier with favorable weather conditions)
Big Bear Mountain Resorts (Snow Summit and Bear Mountain): Special openings are Nov. 24-27 (weather permitting) and Dec. 2-3, then daily beginning Dec. 9
Lee Canyon: Early December
Updates about California and Nevada resorts will be added on an ongoing basis to the Newsroom area of the SkiCalifornia.org website.
Snow-sport enthusiasts looking to maximize the season can purchase the ultimate season pass: Ski California’s Gold Pass. The Gold Pass is the only pass that gets access to 32 downhill and cross-country resorts, is fully transferable, and has zero blackout dates. Passes may be purchased at skicalifornia.org/goldpass/ and are $3,000 each; sales limited to just 100 passes per season.
About the California Ski Industry Association (CSIA):
The California Ski Industry Association is a 501(c)(6) non-profit trade association representing 28 ski resorts in California and Nevada under the brand “Ski California.” CSIA develops and maintains strong relationships with government officials, tourism groups, media, and ski industry leaders to advocate key industry related initiatives, including environmental stewardship, mountain safety, technical training, and public relations. CSIA monitors existing and proposed legislation to ensure that national and state legislators hear and consider the industry perspective on issues affecting mountain communities and businesses. CSIA researches, analyzes, and pursues safety while preserving the integrity of mountain sports and the natural environment in which they are enjoyed by millions each year.