Some Tahoe ski areas have closed amid growing concerns over the spread of the coronavirus. Some closures are only a few days to a week, with others closed until further notice.
The closures come in the middle of a wave of snowstorms bringing several feet of fresh powder to the Tahoe Sierra. Tahoe Weekly will update this listing with new information as it is available.
Resorts that are open may not be offering rentals or other services, so call ahead. Purchase tickets online in advance before visiting.
Ski resort closures
(Updated March 22, 2020)
Alpine Meadows | Closed until future notice
Auburn Ski Club | Closed
Boreal | Closed until further notice
Diamond Peak | Closed for the season. May reopen later.
Donner Ski Ranch | Closed at this time
Granlibakken | Closed
Heavenly | Closed. May reopen in mid-April
Homewood | Closed for the rest of the season
Kirkwood | Closed for the season
Nevada Nordic | Cross-country trails groomed on Mt. Rose Highway. No fees; online donations accepted. Check conditions on Facebook.
Northstar | Closed for the season
Mt. Rose | Closed for the season
Royal Gorge | Closed until further notice
Sierra-at-Tahoe | Closed indefinitely; will consider reopening later
Soda Springs | Closed until further notice
Squaw Valley | Closed until future notice
Sugar Bowl | Closed until further notice
Tahoe City Winter Sports Park | Closed March 8 for the season
Tahoe Cross Country | Trails groomed & open; no onsite rentals, ticket sales or other services and facilities closed. Online tickets available.
Tahoe Donner Cross Country | Closed
Tahoe Donner Downhill | Closed