Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe opens today following snowstorm in the Sierra
The Lake Tahoe region offers skiers and cyclists their first turn of the 2022-23 season
Reno, Nevada – With snow lately in the fall and perfect temperatures for snowmaking operations in full swing, Mount Rose Ski Tahoe will be open Friday, November 11 through Sunday, November 13 to skiers and cyclists. The first corners of the season.
“It’s great to see the storm door open so dramatically now. At 8260 degrees Celsius, the highest elevation for the base area in Tahoe, Mount Rose Ski Tahoe is where it snows,” said Mike Pierce, director of marketing for Rose Ski Tahoe.
On the opening weekend, skiing and horseback riding will be available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Sunday from the resort’s Main Lodge. Lifts planned to be operated include the Northwest Express & the Wizard beginner lifts, which provide access to most beginner and intermediate terrain and some advanced terrain on the Main Lodge side of the mountain.
All parking will be at the Main Lodge, and services will include the Lodgepole Café, Timbers Bar, Tuning Center and Rental Shop, with seasonal rentals available. The hostel will open at 8 am. All ski school lessons will begin on November 19.
The resort will be closed midweek, November 14-18 to finish work on the new Lakeview Express Lift, and reopen to daily operations for the 2022-23 winter season on Saturday, November 19.
Mount Rose Ski Tahoe will soon open the new Lakeview District, a $7.5 million mountain expansion that will enhance and change the way skiers and riders experience the mountain. The new Lakeview Express Lift caters to low and mid-level skiers and snowboarders, and the new Lakeside Trail offers expansive views of Lake Tahoe and is the preferred route for accessing the world-famous trail.
Learn more and buy a season ticket or lift tickets from www.skirose.com.