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Fresh Blanket of Snow Reinvigorates Winter Recreation In The Sierra

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn March Storms Awaken Ski and Snow Recreation Industries for Spring Sierra Rec Magazine, March 8, 2017 –  As we prepared to spring ahead our clocks this weekend in the Sierra, most of us are still sitting in a stunned exuberance of the past weeks’ blizzard that restored hope in the 2017/2018 winter season.  Reports of 5-8 feet of fresh snow have fallen in the High Sierra. Ski resorts received multiple feet of skiable snow that could help them stay open into April for spring skiing, plus more storms may be lining up bringing about...

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Time to Play in The Sierra

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Sierra Mountains Ca/NV, Let’s not make this complicated Today.  It is going to be a beautiful weekend in the Sierra. So be it skiing or hiking, dirt bike riding or just a leisurely car ride to your favorite little town. The Sierra is calling.  Let’s PLAY! Hope to See you on the Trail! #goexplore Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook...

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Feature Event at Sierra At Tahoe Saturday to Honor Natasha “Tash” Sagucka

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Sierra Rec Magazine – “Jammin 4 Tash – Feature Event For Weekend of January 19-21 Includes USASA Rail Jam & will honor Natasha “Tash” Sagucka at Sierra At Tahoe Sierra Rec Magazine – Sierra At Tahoe – January 18, 2017  – As the snow finally arrives in the Tahoe Basin and the rest of the Sierra this week we have a cool event to share with you if you are heading to Tahoe for the weekend.  Sierra At Tahoe will hold its 3rd USASA Rail Jam on Saturday which on its own could just be a cool party to...

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Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn The Best Athletes in the Game Compete for their Spot on Team USA at PyeongChang 2 Mammouth Ca, January 11, 2018 – The World will be watching next week in Mammoth as the USA Best Compete for there spot on Team USA. The best of the best skiers and snowboarders will compete in Unbound’s Main Park and 22′ halfpipe for in the final slopestyle and halfpipe qualifying events on the ride to PyeongChang. For the first time ever, check out this nationally televised contest at night under the lights at Main Lodge at Mammoth...

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Snowboard and Freeski Olympic Teams to be Named at Mammoth Mountain

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Mammoth Lakes: California’s Winter Olympics Launching Pad Sierra Rec Magazine – Mammoth Lakes, Calif.  Dec. 5 2017 — Spend any amount of time in Mammoth Lakes and the chances are you’ll bump into an Olympian. From the icons to the up-and-comers, the small Eastern Sierra resort town produces an astonishing number of elite athletes, several of whom are likely bound for PyeongChang and the 2018 Winter Olympics. Some were born in Mammoth Lakes, and some have chosen to make it their home, but all of the athletes benefit from some of the best and...

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Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is currently at 139% of average after 7″ of New Snow This Week

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn  Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Receives Seven Inches of New Snow [Olympic Valley, Calif.] Nov. 27, 2017 – Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows received another seven inches of new snow on the upper mountain, bringing the November snow total to 50 inches. With November snowfall averaging 36 inches over the past 45 years, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is currently at 139% of average. The resort has 12 lifts scheduled for operation, providing skiers and riders with access to nearly 40 trails at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows including terrain for all ages and abilities. Photo Credit – Will Paden Tahoe Super Pass...

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Sierra Winter Storm Brings Welcomed New Blanket Of Snow For Early Season Openings

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn DUMP ALERT IN THE SIERRA – JUST IN TIME FOR THANKSGIVING SKIING Sierra Rec Magazine – November 16, 2017 – A rainy day in the office with the right temperature outside means only one thing for the Sierra.  DUMP ALERTS are screaming off the mountains as resorts are scrambling to open more of the mountains or to get open for the first runs of the season. Mt.Rose, Mammoth, Boreal have all opened at least part of the mountains for early season skiing. However, with this winter storm moving through and expected weather trends continuing...

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“Plates for Powder” is Back: Buy A Tahoe License Plate And Ski For Free

Google+ Twitter Pinterest Facebook LinkedIn Support The Lifestyle And Ski Free TAHOE CITY, Calif. and INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. – November 1, 2017  Ski season is almost here, and with it returns the popular “Plates for Powder” program.  Individuals who purchase a new Lake Tahoe license plate in either California or Nevada can receive free lift tickets to one of eight Tahoe resorts participating in the program. With snow in the forecast for this weekend, now is the time to buy a Tahoe license plate so you can ski for free in Tahoe. “It is great to see the ski resorts come together to offer...

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