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Tahoe, Truckee resorts announce closing dates

TRUCKEE/ LAKE TAHOE – As the weather warms up, most area ski resorts are announcing their anticipated closing dates for the 2009-10 season.

All the dates are subject to change.

Sunday, April 11



Boreal Ski Resort expects to close April 11, with night rides ending April 3, according to its website.

In Incline Village, Nev., Diamond Peak Ski Resort projects to close Sunday, April 11.




Homewood Mountain Resort expects to close April 11, as do Tahoe Donner Cross Country and Tahoe Donner Downhill Ski Area in Truckee.

Royal Gorge Cross Country, in Norden, projects to be open through April 11.

Tahoe Cross Country ski area in Tahoe City expects to remain open through April 11 and, if conditions remain good, April 18.

Sunday, April 18

Alpine Meadows resort will conduct full operations until Sunday, April 18. Weather permitting, it will then operate on a Friday-Sunday schedule with one lift open until May 16, according to the Alpine Meadows website.

Mt. Rose Ski Resort projects its closing date will be Sunday, April 18, according to its website.

Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort has also announced on its website that Sunday, April 18 is its projected closing date for the season.

Sunday, April 25

Kirkwood Ski Resort projects Sunday, April 25 as its closing date for this season, according to its website.

Heavenly Lake Tahoe has also projected a closing date of April 25.

Sugar Bowl Resort will keep the majority of the mountain open for skiing and riding until April 25, said John Monson Director of Sales and Marketing.

Sunday, May 9

Squaw Valley USA projects its closing date as May 9, weather permitting.

Others

Sierra-At-Tahoe Ski Resort does not announce a projected closing date, a spokeswoman said.


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