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Mt. Rose in Tahoe is Opening on Oct 25th

To the envy of the rest of North America, ski season is about to commence in the Lake Tahoe area. Mt. Rose announced plans to open their resort on October 25th. The resort sits at a whopping 8260 feet—the highest base of any ski resort in the area. Thanks to cooler temperatures and an early season snowstorm this weekend, Mt. Rose got the jump start it needed to start making snow. If everything goes to plan, they’ll be open well before Heavenly, Squaw, and Northstar, whose opening day is looking closer to mid-November.

RELATED: Meanwhile, they’re already skiing pow in Canada

Personally I like the skiing season very much. And you have managed to shoot a pic which perfectly describes my feelings and the atmosphere.

This is awesome! I love snowboarding at Mt. Rose. Such a cool ski resort. The people of Reno have been blessed by the snow gods this year. When I’m not busy with window cleaning Long Beach
I like to head up to Tahoe and hit the slopes. Looks like my first trip is going to be earlier than expected this year.

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Colorado and Wyoming To See Significant Snowfall This Weekend
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Colorado and Wyoming To See Significant Snowfall This Weekend

Big blobs mean big snow. NOAA image. A winter storm is shaping up to drop some significant snow in the mountains all over the West this weekend. With the PNW already seeing their first skiable snow a short while ago, it’s now Colorado’s turn to join the fun. NOAA is calling for upwards of a foot for places like Loveland and Vail, and up to 16 inches for Steamboat. With Keystone and Arapahoe Basin already spinning lifts, this might be a fun weekend for those first turns of

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Behind the Scenes of Dash Longe’s Stone’s Throw
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If you haven’t watched Dash Longe’s latest DPS Cinematic short – shot and edited by Sweetgrass Productions – we suggest you do so. Right now. It’s an ode to skiing close to home, pushing the limits of what’s possible in new ways, and balancing daily “real” life with getting after it in the mountains. In truth, it’s something we can all relate to, no matter the life we live. RELATED: Kai Jones - 12 Years Old and Living The Dream Aside from being a one-of-a-kind look at skiing in the

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First Tracks Already in Utah and Wyoming
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Forget carving pumpkins, there’s snow in the mountains! This weekend the Rocky Mountain region received enough snow that people were pulling out their touring equipment. From the photos and videos, it’s clear they weren’t being overzealous, the coverage was legitimate. In Utah there was about 14" of fresh snow, and Jackson scored about 16" of freshies. RELATED: Is this the best 12-year-old skier in the world? Meanwhile, this winter weather is a good reminder to start refreshing your