Sugar Bowl ski resort in Lake Tahoe, California will be closing for the season this Sunday, March 22nd, 2015. It’s been a light snow year in the Sierra Nevada and all over the West Coast this winter.
This is unfortunate as Sugar Bowl really is the place to ski in Lake Tahoe these days. Sugar Bowl gets more snow than any other ski resort in Lake Tahoe and there are simply no crowds here. With the bigger ski resorts now being absolutely packed on weekends and powder days, there is no question that Sugar Bowl is king when it comes to non-existent lift lines, good vibes, and fresh tracks.
Sugar Bowl will be joining at least 21 other ski resorts that are currently closed on the West Coast due to low snow levels.
Due to deteriorating conditions, this Sunday, March 22, will be the final day of operations at Sugar Bowl Resort for the 2014/15 winter season. We sincerely thank you for coming up this winter, and hope you had fun making turns on the mountain. Join us on Sunday for live music and drink specials on the deck! – Sugar Bowl
Sugar Bowl recently added the Crow’s Peak Express adding great freeride terrain and seemingly endless powder fields to their mountain. We got out there once this year and the zone was nearly untouched, 2-feet deep, and damn fun.
Lets all try to get out there and enjoy this last weekend at Sugar Bowl this weekend.
Here’s to a great winter in 2015/16!