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Snow Keeps Falling at Top California Ski Resorts

Snow Keeps Falling at Top California Ski Resorts

With record snow-fall across the state, there’s never been a better time to book a ski trip to California.

Posted 5 years agoby Lindsey Steele

Sound the powder alarms! World Snow Day may have been and gone, but with the snow storms of late, every day is snow day in the California mountains.

With record snow dumps across the state, isn’t it time you made California your next ski destination? We certainly think so, but don’t just take our word for it, take a look at these incredible photos taken over the last few weeks.


Mammoth Lakes

At Mammoth Mountain the white stuff is coming in thick and fast, with 53 inches of snow falling in the last week alone. With more snow over the last few days, the total snow fall throughout January is a whopping 144 inches and counting. As well as incredible snow, Mammoth Mountain is a great place for families to ski together.





Lake Tahoe

Currently at 138 inches, Palisades Tahoe (formerly Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows), on the north shore, is on major dumping alert, and south shore’s Heavenly Ski Resort is no different. With all the fresh powder that keeps landing, snowboarders and skiers are taking to the slopes of Lake Tahoe to make the most of these gnarly conditions.





Big Bear

#MeanwhileinBigBear, the snow is falling too, with double the snow fall from last year. Just a few short hours from Los Angeles you can easily combine a surf and city ski holiday. Easy accessibility and masses of snow-fall make Big Bear the winning combo for any ski trip.