(Courtesy Vail Resorts)

Fresh snow falls just in time for Tahoe ski resort openings next week

A recent snowfall in Tahoe is the icing on the cake for those already excited about the upcoming ski and snowboarding season. “Early storms have been promising for another normal winter,” reads a report from Vail Resorts, who has already fired up their snowmaking machines at their three Tahoe locations. Heavenly and Northstar resorts will open their doors to the public on November 23rd. Kirkwood’s opening date has yet to be announced.CaliforniaskiingSnowsnowboardingTahoewinter

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