Sugar Bowl ski resort in Lake Tahoe, CA will be opening for the 2015/16 season this Saturday, Nov. 21st with 1,500-vertical-feet of top-to-bottom skiing.
Sugar Bowl gets the most snow in Lake Tahoe, averaging 500″/year, they’ve already gotten gotten 23-36″ of new snow this season, and they’re currently sitting on a 6-17″ base.
Sugar Bowl will close down again Monday-Wednesday before opening up daily on Thanksgiving Day.
What Will Be Open:
Lifts: Gondola, Nob Hill, Christmass Tree, & Mt. Lincoln
“Grab your skis & boards and call your friends because it’s time to “Get the Band Back Together.” Sugar Bowl will open this Saturday 11/21 and Sunday 11/22 with 1,500 vertical of top-to-bottom skiing & riding on three lifts, accessed via the Gondola. Closing MON-WED next week, we’ll re-open for the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend!” – Sugar Bowl, CA today
Sugar Bowl will join 8 other California ski resorts (& one Lake Tahoe, NV resort) who have opened early this winter due to abundant California snowfall.
- Squaw Valley
- Alpine Meadows
- Mountain High
- Mt. Rose, NV