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Homewood Mountain Resort opens

Homewood Mountain Resort will open on Dec. 6 for the 2018-19 winter season to season passholders and on Dec. 7 to the public. After...

Alpenglow to screen “The Shadow Campaign”

Alpenglow Sports is screening the fifth installment of DPS Cinematic’s critically acclaimed “The Shadow Campaign” on Dec. 6. During the screening, new films from “The...

The Faction Collective releases first in new series

Deep pow, paradise pillows and a back-country debut for Antti Ollila, as he joins Duncan Adams and Tim McChesney for a dream trip to...

Downtowner to provide on-demand rides in Squaw, Alpine

The new nonprofit Squaw Alpine Transit Company, SATCo, has chosen Downtowner, an app-based microtransit service to provide on-demand rides to ease traffic congestion in...

Ski for free with Plates for Powder

Ski for free at many local Tahoe Sierra resorts in California and Nevada as part of the popular Plates for Powder program. Individuals who purchase...

Mt. Rose to open Oct. 19 & 20 to passholders

Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe will open for season passholders only on Oct. 19 and 20 for skiing and snowboarding. Thanks to continued investments that have expanded the resort’s already...

Snowmaking upgrades, Silver Belt return at Sugar Bowl

Sugar Bowl Resort invested the first $3 million of an $8 million snowmaking system upgrade this summer, doubling its water pumping capacity and reducing...

New chairlift, better grooming on tap at Tahoe Donner

Tahoe Donner is preparing for the upcoming winter season with its Cross Country Ski Center ready to open as soon as snow conditions allow,...