Skiers and riders have access to 1,440 vertical feet, three lifts, and 10 trails
Eight inches of new snow from the first significant winter storm of the season last week and cold overnight temperatures allowed Mt Rose Ski Tahoe to resume its snowmaking efforts and open lifts and terrain that will provide 1,440 vertical feet of top-to-bottom skiing and riding.
“In addition to leveraging the eight inches of snow we received this week, our team has been able to put the major firepower of our snowmaking system to work, building our base depths to 16-20 inches on open terrain,” said Mike Pierce, Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe marketing director. “We’ll offer top-to-bottom skiing and riding on 10 trails accessed by three lifts.”
The resort’s chairlifts on the schedule from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm include the Northwest Magnum 6, Wizard and Magic. New intermediate trails that will be open beginning Sunday include Upper Northwest Passage, Kit Carson Traverse, and Kit Carson Bowl. Beginner terrain continues to be available from Wizard Chair and the Magic Surface Lift, and the Mystic terrain park is open with seven features.
All services at the Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe Main Lodge are available daily from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, and the Timbers Bar is open from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm (or last call).
For those who plan to take advantage of one of the longest seasons in Lake Tahoe, Mt. Rose offers convenient access from both Reno and North Lake Tahoe and the freedom to ski with a variety of season pass options ranging from $199-$725. In addition, the best deal on daily lift tickets can be found when purchased online in advance.
For more information about resort services, conditions, or to purchase a lift ticket or season pass, visit www.skirose.com.