A Damn Good Week In The Sierra | Photos from Tioga Pass, Virginia Lakes & Carson Pass
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Most Cali shredders have already called the coroner on Ol’ Man Winter, pissed on the smoldering embers of the ski season and put away the boards for the bikes. If that’s you, might not want to see these photos from last week in the Sierra.
Like a phoenix rising from the thin, dry ashes of a dismal season, winter roared back to life with a rogue storm that dumped a foot plus in select spots around Lake Tahoe on April 16-17. The storm was followed by two cool, bluebird pow days. And just when the sun started to do it’s thing to our precious pow, the Caltrans crew did it’s thing – on April 19 the gates accessing the classic Eastern Sierra playgrounds of Tioga Pass and Virginia Lakes opened!
Winter ain’t dead in California yet. You may be over it, but that would be a personal problem. For those still stoked on snow, here’s some shots from the past week in Carson Pass, Tioga Pass and Virginia Lakes to keep the fire burning…