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The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has closed State Route 4 over Ebbetts Pass, Route 89 over Monitor Pass and Route 108 over Sonora Pass for the 2019/2020 winter season as of Monday, December 2, 2019. The weather conditions on the passes and subsequent road conditions are among the determining factors in the decision to make the seasonal closure. For the latest road condition information, the radio may be tuned to the Caltrans Highway Advisory Radio (HAR) at 530 AM, 1610 AM or 1670 AM or call the Caltrans Road Condition Hotline at 1-800-427-ROAD (7623). All vehicles, including those with four-wheel drive or snow tires should, additionally, carry chains when traveling during snowy weather.
Happy Thanksgiving for our family to yours on this holiday weekend. We hope you kickback and enjoy a great meal with family and friends, or get out and explore this weekend with all our new snow in the Sierra. For you Adventure shoppers we have a great partnership with our friends at Hydro Flask to share with you this Black Friday. Save 25% off Your Favorite Hydro Flask Products Plus Free Shipping
November 27, 2019 – Sierra-at-Tahoe is please to announce that it will begin spinning lifts for the 2019-20 Winter Season this Saturday, November 30, at 8:30AM. Conditions permitting, Sierra plans to run Easy Rider Express, Rock Garden Chair and two surface lifts, with access to 2 runs and one terrain park. It truly looks like winter on the mountain right now, and we can’t wait to kick off the season with our Sierra Family this Saturday,” said General Manager, John Rice. ” Sierra-at-Tahoe will be offering a fun-filled schedule for opening day, including free coffee from Black Cabin Coffee, a limited edition 2019 Opening Day Sticker and a reusable Sierra-at-Tahoe straw for the first 100 guests in line.
The additional functions promised on the info card discussed items such as Bottle opener in the buckle, Military grade strength (Exceeds 2700lb strength test) I stuffed batteries, flash drives, fishing line, Band Aids, Moleskin, Small Pocket knife, Cash, Car Key, fishing license, matches, Small Survival Whistle in the belt. Looking for a great gift idea for the holidays or just looking to upgrade your adventure gear with practical, durable gear with tons of function. From Lassen Volcanic National Park to the North down through the Central Sierra and the Lake Tahoe Basin through the rugged eastern slopes of the Mono County and Yosemite National park to the southern tips near Sequoia National Park and the PCT trail.