Palisades Tahoe, CA, Extends Season to May 30 Thanks to7-Feet of Snow in April


Winter, is that you? Credit: Grant Kaye / Palisades TahoeFollowing more than seven feet of snowfall in April, the resort will keep skiing and riding through Memorial Day Weekend
After Sunday, May 1, the resort will be open Fri-Sun only
Palisades Tahoe is once again proud to offer the longest skiing and riding season in Tahoe. The resort’s closing date has been extended to Monday, May 30 due to late spring storms that brought more than seven feet of snow to the Sierra. In April, 86 inches of new snow fell on the upper mountain; more snow than was seen in all of November, January, February, and March combined. After May 1, the resort will be open Friday through Sunday only, plus Memorial Day Monday. Guests should note that the Alpine side of the resort closed on Sunday, April 17, and will not reopen.
Lift and Terrain Updates
The Palisades Tahoe team will be working hard to keep as much terrain open for as long as possible this season. [Read More]


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