Lake Tahoe Gets Buried in Snow
The big Presidents Day weekend is over, which usually means the long, painful death of the ski season has begun. At least, that's usually the case. But at Lake Tahoe, forecasts are calling for 2-3 feet of snow today in the higher elevations. That's on top of the 3 feet of snow most resorts got yesterday.
What's the best strategy for tackling the powder? We'll leave the age old question of "To ski or to snowboard" up to you--though we heart monoskiing. But when it comes to tickets, your best bet is the Ski Tahoe North Interchangeable Lift Ticket. Offered by the local visitor's bureau, the $58 pass is valid at seven resorts, so you can go where the powder is deepest. The only catch is that you have to buy the tix for multiple days, so your minimum commitment is $116. Still, not a lot to pay to shred six feet of fresh snow.
· Go Tahoe North [Official Site]