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Four Tahoe Resorts Extend Season Well Into April

Heavenly

Just when you thought it was time to say good night to Lake Tahoe skiing comes the word… “not so fast.” 

Heavenly and Kirkwood, both Vail Resorts, have decided to extend their seasons thanks to some late storms.

Both resorts will operate through April 15, but then shut down during the week. Heavenly will re-open Friday through Sunday, April 20-22 and 27-29, with the caveat that those plans are weather and conditions permitting. Kirkwood will operate weekends as long as its conditions permit.

“We wanted to reward all the pass holders who stood by us this season,” said Pete Sonntag, Heavenly’s general manager. New 2012-13 passholders also gain access to the extended portion of the season., day tickets will be $56 for everyone else.

A season pass is now available starting at $329 good for skiing and riding at Heavenly, Northstar, and Kirkwood.

Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows will be opened through the month of April, conditions permitting. Both Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows will offer daily skiing and riding through April 29; Alpine Meadows will stay open Friday through Sunday through May 13. 

 

 

Photo: Blue skies and soft afternoon spring conditions on The Face at Heavenly last week. / Heavenly Resort   

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