Winter finally made its return to Tahoe last week. Snowfall totals were around 17 inches in the mountains and the storm stretched over two days and nights, giving us three full days of powder turns. Below are some images from the powder days at Palisades Tahoe. I hope you made it out there!
There’s nothing quite like skiing and snowboarding in Lake Tahoe. In the winter, the Tahoe temperatures are typically in the 20-30’s, and if it isn’t storming, there tends to be ample sunshine. Contrast this to the colder temperatures in Colorado and you can see why so many people find California skiing a dream come true. [...]
Hiking to Broken Arrow at Olympic Valley Ski season is right around the corner. It might feel early because it's November, but now is the time to dial up your workouts so that you're ready when the snow starts coming down. Right now, my workout routine consists of gym sessions 3x a week in addition [...]
When it comes to skiing and riding, if blue square's are your thing, you've come to the right place. I made this guide to help you map out the perfect intermediate day at Olympic Valley. Olympic Valley is known for incredible expert -level terrain, but that doesn't mean there aren't great options for intermediate skiers [...]
Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Northstar, Diamond Peak, and Mount Rose. These are five of the biggest names for skiing and riding on the north end of Tahoe, but each offer a unique experience that caters to certain skiers and riders. I’ve skied and boarded at all of these resorts several times and love each of [...]
There’s nothing quite like skiing and boarding in Tahoe. In the winter, the typical Tahoe day is in the 20-30’s, and if it isn’t storming, there tends to be ample sunshine. Contrast this to the colder temperatures in Colorado and you can see why so many people find California skiing a dream come true. If [...]