Daily Snow Report 3/21/12


Good Morning, Skiers and Riders! Spring has sprung here at Heavenly! With an elevation topping out over 10,000ft and nearly 5 feet of new snow that has fallen in the last week, we have the best spring skiing and riding in Tahoe! Lifts open at 9:00am!

First Tracks, our pass holder appreciation is today; pass holders will be able to load the Gondola beginning at 8:15am and then continue to Tamarack and Dipper chairs.

As of 7am it’s  30 degrees at mid mountain and 22 degrees at the summit with mostly clear skies and light winds. Forecast calls for mostly sunny skies, temps in the mid 40s and light to moderate winds that may impact lift operations. Please check back or call 1.800.HEAVENLY for more details throughout the day. Wear light, removable layers and tinted lenses. Obstacles do exist on and off the groomed trails, so please exercise caution and observe all posted signs and closures. Play it safe, play all season!

We plan to operate 26 lifts today accessing more than 90 trails and a 48”-94” base.

Adventure Peak is scheduled to operate with 2 lanes of tubing and sledding for ages 6 and under. Ante Up and Groove Terrain Parks will be open today; High Roller is closed for a rebuild.

Our groomers were double passing on some of our trails last night keeping our conditions in tip-top shape! They suggest making some turns on Ellie’s Swing in CA or 49’er in NV.

Please note that Boulder Lift and Lodge and North Bowl Lift will be closed today. We will have free shuttle busses running between all four base lodges for your convenience.

Take advantage our EpicMix end of season package where you can get 20 of your favorite EpicMix HD prints from this season for only $20!

2012-2013 Season Passes are now on sale starting as low as $379 to ski at Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood, the best of Tahoe! Stop by the pass office or visit here for more details.

Be sure to visit our new Snow Reporting tab on the Heavenly Mountain Facebook page for all the latest conditions related information!



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