The recent storm has brought massive amounts of snow, but in some cases, it simply has been too much snow to ensure a safe resort opening or has prevented staff from reaching the resort to get ready. Many backcountry zones are also inaccessible due to closed roads.
The following ski areas are closed and/or inaccessible:
- Alta Sierra — was closed on Sunday 26, with no update and no information available, assume it is closed
- Badger Pass Ski Area — part of Yosemite and therefore closed until March 1
- Bear Mountain — closed
- Carson Pass — n/a
- China Peak — closed until Thursday, March 2
- Coppervale Ski Hill — is only open on weekends
- Dodge Ridge — closed
- Donner Ski Ranch — closed
- Granlibakken Tahoe — n/a
- Homewood — closed for February 28
- Iron Mountain — n/a
- Jake’s Peak — n/a
- Johnsville Historic Ski Bowl — n/a
- Kirkwood — is closed for the day; check the website for updates
- Mount Baldy — closed
- Mount Lassen — Park closures are in place
- Mount Tallac — n/a
- Mountain High — closed
- Mt Waterman — closed on Monday, no update yet, but expect roads to the resort still to be closed.
- Northstar cross country — n/a
- Pacific Crest Snowcats — n/a
- Palisades Tahoe — closed
- Royal Gorge Cross Country — n/a
- Sierra at Tahoe — closed
- Snow Summit — closed
- Snow Valley — closed
- Soda Springs — closed
- Sugar Bowl — closed
- Tahoe cross country — n/a
- Upper Bassi Falls — n/a
- Waterhouse Peak — n/a
- Wolverton — nearly all roads leading up to the snowplay area are closed and may take days to clear. Highway 180 is hazardous and could be closed at any time.
If you do venture out there, stay safe, and please make sure you check weather updates and road status regularly.
One thought on “List of Temporary Ski Area Closures in California Due To Weather”
Why are backcountry mountains listed on this?? Those aren’t resorts.