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Tahoe, open resorts?

Anyone know any ski resorts still open in the weekdays in Tahoe? I see Donner Ski Ranch is on Monday(memorial weekend)? Anyone know the hours on that day?
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Anyone know any ski resorts still open in the weekdays in Tahoe? I see Donner Ski Ranch is on Monday(memorial weekend)? Anyone know the hours on that day?
I know squaw is open tomorrow, kirkwood too I believe. Today squaw is powder day so i've heard. I was there yesterday and it was dumping crazy, windy, cold, and just like riding on cement.
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I know squaw is open tomorrow, kirkwood too I believe. Today squaw is powder day so i've heard. I was there yesterday and it was dumping crazy, windy, cold, and just like riding on cement.
Cement? I would think it'd be soft since its dumping? :P
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Cement? I would think it'd be soft since its dumping? :P
Have you ever actually ridden PNW or Tahoe? That shit gets hard fast
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unfortunately, not enough..
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They call it Cascade Concrete and Sierra Cement for a reason. Especially this time of year when things are really wet or the sun is out
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